Workshop, London - Creative Collaboration: Practice Meets Reasearch

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Sophie Lally - King's College, London
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Dear all,

Clod Ensemble, The Place and King's College London have put together an exciting 3-day workshop exploring interdisciplinary collaboration. Please see below for more information and how to apply or follow this link:


Sophie Lally
King's College London
Creative Collaboration: Practice meets Research

Fri 24 Jul – Sun 26 Jul, 10am–6pm each day at The Place and King's College London

This workshop is for both choreographers and academic researchers.

Interdisciplinary collaboration between academics, researchers and artists is becoming increasingly common, and can lead to rich and rewarding dialogue which feeds artistic and research projects. However, for many artists and academics it is difficult to know how to go about establishing a fruitful partnership.

Choreographers and researchers (MA/PhDs onwards) are invited to attend a three-day workshop at The Place and King's College, London to consider:

How might a researcher or academic play a valuable role in the artistic process?
How might an artistic perspective alter or enhance the course of an academic research project?
What are the challenges and rewards of working with arts organisations or Higher Education Institutions?
The three days will be led by Suzy Willson, Artistic Director of Clod Ensemble, and include practical workshops and conversations with artists and researchers who have worked together.
Who are these opportunities for?

Dance makers based in the UK. You will have an established practice of making, and will probably have made 2 – 3 or more professional works to date.
Academic researchers (MA/PhDs onwards) can apply to the Creative Collaboration: Practice meets Research workshop.
How do I apply?

To apply for each workshop, please email with the following information:

Your name and the workshop(s) you are applying to in the subject line of the email
a pdf attachment which includes:
250 word paragraph about why you wish to take part in the workshop(s) and how the workshop(s) relates to your practice (past, present and future projects)
Choreographers: Include links to your choreographic works
Your relevant CV (Choreographic/Academic)
Please note, participants must commit to attending all sessions.

Applications close at 10am on Fri 29 May.

Successful and unsuccessful participants will be notified by Fri 26 Jun.

For any questions or queries please email or call the Theatre and Artist Development Department on 020 7121 1040.