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Outside Looking In

Presented by:
ResCen, Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts,Middlesex University

(Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts)
Middlesex University

is pleased to announce a one day seminar event

‘Outside Looking In’

Wednesday 15 June 2005


Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square
London WC1
(nearest Tube station: Holborn)

Day event: 11.30am – 5.30pm
A series of workshops, discussions and presentations led by each of the Research Associate Artists

Entrance: £10
this includes lunch and refreshments
payable by cheque to Middlesex University

Evening event: 6-8pm
A seminar discussion with all six Research Associate Artists led by Chris Bannerman

Entrance: Free

Places for the day and evening events are limited and on a first come first served basis
So to register your interest and ask for a booking form, please contact Natalie Daniel. A booking form will be sent to you by e-mail in the near future.

e: rescen@mdx.ac.uk
t: 020 8411 6288

Presented by:
ResCen (Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts), Middlesex University, with ResCen Research Associate Artists Ghislaine Boddington, Shobana Jeyasingh, Richard Layzell, Rosemary Lee, Graeme Miller and Errollyn Wallen.

For over four years the artists affiliated to ResCen have been meeting to discuss the processes that form and influence their work. These discussions inform a series of external public seminars.
‘Outside Looking In' is the last public seminar that ResCen is organising for this academic year. It marks a key point in ResCen’s research programme as we embark on a series of published outcomes over the next academic year. To this end, the format of this public event is different from previous seminars.

‘Outside Looking In’ is a series of daytime workshops, discussions and presentations that are led by each of the Research Associate Artists. These sessions reflect the broad range of practices and research of the six ResCen artists including: Errollyn Wallen’s hands-on workshop ‘Instant Composing’ in which participants explore issues of intuition in composing; Richard Layzell’s ‘Engaging with Absence’ which includes a discussion and demonstration with Research Fellow Joshua Sofaer on the role of other selves and other voices in the creative process. Other sessions will include choreographic workshop demonstrations as well as presentations and discussions on telepresence and remote connection in artistic practice.

The evening session includes the presentation of a paper ‘Intuition and craft: an eyewitness account’ by Professor Chris Bannerman with Rosemary Lee and Graeme Miller. This will be followed by further discussion and debate about key issues that have arisen throughout the day.

Questions and discussion are encouraged throughout the daytime workshops and the evening seminar as well as afterwards on our online forum at www.rescen.net

Our most recent seminars are available to view on the
ResCen website:

This event is supported by NESTA

NESTA is the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, the organisation that invests in UK creativity and innovation. Set up by Act of Parliament in 1998, NESTA uses the interest on a National Lottery endowment to pioneer ways of supporting and promoting innovation and creativity across science, technology, the arts and learning. NESTA was created to invest at the highest point of risk, and offer individuals, groups and small businesses the time, space, money and support to push at the frontiers of knowledge and practice. For further details, including how to apply, head to www.nesta.org.uk.


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Date and Time:

15 June 2005 at 11:30 am


Full Day



The Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Sqaure

020 7242 8032

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£10 for day, free for evening

Available from:

ResCen. See details above of who to contact.

Additional Information:

Our website www.rescen.net has further details and a booking form on-line

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