News: Tag: Tag: feminism

Feminism, Age and Performance

7 January 2016

LADA’s Director Lois Keidan features in Exeunt Magazine this month discussing LADA’s recent ‘Restock, Rethink, Reflect Three project

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Old Dears Review by Geraldine Harris

16 December 2015

A review of Old Dears by Geraldine Harris featured in Drama Queens Review, December 2015.

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Old Dears at Chelsea Theatre – Programme News!

9 November 2015

A panel discussion and open workshop with Claire MacDonald, Liz Aggiss, Judith Knight, Geraldine Pilgrim, Nikki Milican and Anne Bean.

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Live Art: the research lab for mass culture

23 October 2015

LADA Director Lois Keidan writes for the Guardian on the impact of Live Art

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Editing Ourselves into History: A Live Art and Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

16 February 2015

An article related to LADA’s ‘Live Art and Feminism Edit-a-thon” is now available to read on the Contemporary Theatre Review website

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A Study Room Guide on Live Art and Feminism

27 January 2015

We are excited to announce the launch of the ‘Are We There Yet?’ – a Study Room Guide on Live Art and Feminism

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Study Room Gathering on the Live Female Body in Current Feminist Performance Practice, UK & US

6 January 2015

London-based performance artist Poppy Jackson will discuss her recent research into the feminist performance scenes of Chicago and New York during her British Council and Arts Council England Artists’ International Development Fund project Transatlantic Performance Practice.

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Janez Janša, Life II [in Progress], book launch

9 December 2014

An evening with the artist Janez Janša and the two contributors to the book, Tim Etchells and Adrian Heathfield

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Are We There Yet? – a Study Room Guide on Live Art and Feminism Launch event

8 December 2014

Launch of ‘Are We There Yet? – a Study Room Guide on Live Art and Feminism’, curated by Lois Weaver in collaboration with Eleanor Roberts and LADA

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Monica Ross: A Symposium

17 November 2014

Celebrate the life and work of one Monica Ross, one of the most significant feminist artists and distinguished educators of her generation

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