10:00 – 11:45
Conversations About Teaching of Performance Design: Views, Perspectives and Evolution. AMERICA – EUROPE – ASIA
(Moderated Conversation – 105 minutes)
Daniela Portillo Cisterna (Asociación Nacional de Diseñadores Escénicos de Chile), Catalina Devia Garrido (Asociación Nacional de Diseñadores Escénicos de Chile), Cristóbal Ramos Pérez (Asociación Nacional de Diseñadores Escénicos de Chile), Mónica Raya (National Autonomous University of Mexico), Natalie Robin (University of the Arts in Philadelphia), Jana Preková (Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts), Nattaporn Thapparat (Bangkok University in Theatre Design), Tam Hung-Man (Theatre Ronin)
CL, MX, US, CZ, TH, CN
“Conversations about teaching of performance design: views, perspectives and evolution” will expose different teaching methodologies that professors of Performance Design have been raising in their respective continents. The conversation includes professors from America, Europe and Asia, who will present their views, pedagogical proposals and theories of teaching about our profession.
11:45 – 12:00
12:00 – 13:30
Pair of Conversations
Advancing Education for a Changing Technical Landscape
(Mod. Conversation – 30 min)
Alex Oliszewski (The Ohio State University), Daniel Fine (Iowa State University), Shannon Harvey (Backstage Academy)
Production practice has seen a renaissance of developments in recent years with technology driving more complex creative design possibilities. The panel will discuss the challenges and future trends for training in this field and its impact on employability, creative practice and production.
A Theatre and Performance Design Education Network – Strategies for the Future
(Moderated Conversation – 30 min)
Simon Betts (University of the Arts London), Jane Collins, (Wimbledon College of Arts) Sodja Zupanc Lotker (Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague), Peter Farley (Wimbledon College of Arts)
In 2018, a conference in London exploring theatre and performance design pedagogy was attended by over sixty academics, practitioners and teachers from around the world. It made substantial inroads into establishing a new network for teaching and learning within the field. This talk aims to build on the discussions that began in London in order to consolidate the network and expand its reach.
30 minutes concluding discussion
11 06 2019 10:00—13:30
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