Documentation from the evening in which the first recipient of the Arthole Artists’ Award, Marcia Farquhar, handed over the baton to the second recipient, Stacy Makishi.
Captured during a weekend-long workshop held in Glasgow as part of DIY16.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041)
A collection of case studies from Live Art UK, the publication responds to the recent successes of Live Art and highlights those artists, projects and initiatives which are re-politicising and re-energising our arts spaces, sharing radical works and ideas with a public who are themselves being forced to do more with less.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Interview with Mary Paterson and Deborah Pearson about their DIY project.
Celebrates the ten year anniversary of Shape Arts' award, set up in memory of the sculptor.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
Documentation (Power Point) from the DIY 13 project exploring notions of tripping and tipping points through the lens of the architect-walker.
Documentation from the DIY 13 project, interrogating how re-‘creation’ impacts the creative process.
Documentation from the DIY 12 project: can you start a University of Live Art in your front room, garden shed or local pub?
Documentation (Power Point) from the DIY 12 project, a developmental exercise exploring the concept of returning to what one understands as “home”
The third annual HIAP publication, which gives an overview of 46 residencies and a small sampling of events that took place in 2016.
Found in miscellaneous article folder #5B
This item is part of the 'Glimpses of before: 1970s UK Performance Art' Study Room Guide by Helena Goldwater (P2497)
Nine videos from the Porthcawl Elvis Festival; documented during DIY 10 project led by Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari.
In which the group reconsider our own practice by exploring the working methods and practices of Tribute Artists.
Learn to think, see and live like an artist with this inspirational and practical guide on how to live a creative life written by the world’s most thought-provoking artists.
Exhibition and performances inspired by a series of daily three-hour workshops in grappling/Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) with experienced mixed martial arts instructor James Duncalf.
Part of LADA's DIY 10; led by Kira O'Reilly. The workshops took place at Queen Mary University of London, 14-16 August 2013.
Documentation from GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN's DIY 10 project, which explored exertion, endurance, cliché and the epic using the musical Calamity Jane.
The project took place at Cambridge Junction. Part of LADA's DIY.
Documentation from a day long workshop led by Katherine Araniello – an opportunity for artists to explore and mine areas in which they have no abilities, experience or knowledge, to enhance and inspire their artistic practice. Part of LADA's DIY 12.
The workshop took place at the Colchester Arts Centre on 15 September 2015.
Leicester based company offers advice to individuals and groups working in the arts and voluntary sectors.
Belgian festival director and curator Frie Leysen challenges Australian artists and arts organisations to be bold, and to challenge an increasingly ossified status quo in her closing keynote address at the 2015 Australian Theatre Forum (ATF). Miscellaneous folder #5A.
Informative DVD on the activities of the agency that provides network and business development support to performing arts practitioners in Greater Manchester and across the North West of England.
A ready-made kit containing all the elements needed to develop a lecture-based performance exploring the relationship between socially engaged practice and theatre. Artists featured: Dylan Tighe, theatremaker and performer; Brokentalkers (also known as Feidlim Cannon and Gary Keegan), Louise Lowe of ANU Productions and Helene Hugel, Artistic Director of Helium, as well as international examples such as Rimini Protokoll, Clod Ensemble’s Performing Medicine, [email protected], Marina Abramovic, The Red Room and many more. On over-sized shelf. Contains DVD. Inspired by ‘The Performance Pack’ by Joshua Sofaer ref number: P0533
Notes towards a better understanding of the value, operation and potential of small visual arts organisations.
Anne Bean, Hydar Dewachi, Rachel Withers, in WAKE six artists worked sequentially in a series of week-long mini-residences. Each artist chose their successor and each left behind their materials and structures for the following artist to inherit and build upon. This publication records this process in photographs and text. Artists: Anne Bean, William Cobbing, David Cotterrell, Carl Von Weiler, Rachel Lowe, Bronwen Buckeridge. Collaboration, cooperation, space, artistic development. WAKE took place at Dilston Grove, London 11 June-17 July 2011.
Aims to spread the skills, knowledge and resources needed to turn an empty shop into a pop-up shop as far and wide as possible.
Advice and information service for artists and arts professionals living and working in London.
A set of essays on Live Art exploring the learning possibilities and partnership opportunities for artists and schools.
Part of Brighton and Hove Arts Commission’s Making a Difference Initiative. A series of seminars and workshops for professional artists and performers.
Questioning notions of success as an artist.
Summary of the LADA programme in which artists working in Live Art conceive and run professional development projects for other artists.
Part of the The Displaced & Privilege: A Study Room Guide on Live Art in the age of hostility (P3107).
Introduces the reader to Bobby Baker's latest piece, which was commissioned by the London International Festival of Theatre in 1993.
From the British Live Art: Essays and Documentation issue.