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anna petterson 25% seminar in two parts

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First part
Where: Artisten, Högskolan för scen och musik, Göteborg
When: June 4, 13:00-16:00
Discussion between Anna Petterson and opponent Henrik Frisk (PhD), associate professor, Royal Academy of Music. Supervisors Jörgen Dahlqvist, Teatr Weimar and Professor Cecilia Roos, SKH/DOCH.

Second part

Presentation and discussion of the PhD project at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. Time and place on later notice.
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  • Published: Apr 16th, 2015
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petra fransson: 75% seminar

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Petra Fransson, PhD candidate at Malmö Theatre Academy, is presenting her work  The radical potential of acting in a 75% seminar in Malmö on May 22, 13:00-15:00. The seminar is at IAC, Inter Arts Center, Bergsgatan 29, 4th floor, Red room.
Petra’s project is concerned with the relationship between body, text and possible existence by trying Simone de Beauvoirs ethics of ambiguity as an artistic method in performed plays by Elfriede Jelinek. The opponent will be Tiina Rosenberg.

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  • Published: Dec 30th, 2014
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niklas hald: dissertation

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Niklas Hald is defending his PhD thesis Skådespelaren i barnteatern – Utmaningar för oss som spelar teater för barn och unga on January 23 januari, 2015, 15-17.30 at Ettan in the T-building of Stockholms dramatiska högskola, Valhallavägen 189.

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  • Published: Dec 30th, 2014
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The Performing Arts Research Centre (Tutke) at the Theatre Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki welcomes artistic researchers at doctoral and post-doctoral levels to take part in the fourth biannual colloquium on artistic research in performing arts:

The Non-Human and the Inhuman in Performing Arts: Bodies, Organisms and Objects in Conflict

11th – 13th of June 2015

CARPA4 reflects on performing practices from the point of view of their non-human factors. We ask:

  • Whether performance is no longer considered a typically human behavior, expressing and reflecting the intentions and needs of human beings, but rather a point of encounter and a collaborative relation between heterogeneous elements, components or materials, like bodies, organisms and objects.
  • How can human performers find their place within performative arrangements, where the logic no longer serves human purposes?
  • What to do with bodies that no longer are “mine” or “living”?
  • In which ways can different life forms in their wide diversity enter the scene of performing arts and deconstruct this scene?
  • What kind of objects does a performance consist of? How can a performance create, liberate, or reunite objects, beyond “object theatre”?
  • How is the question of the inhuman defined and resolved in each case?

The colloquium approaches its topic area without specific disciplinary framings, collaboratively, and performatively, in an attempt to support the fruitful meeting of various points of view. It seeks common points of contact, resonating surfaces, and rhythmic interference between its heterogeneous but constituent parts.

Events will be held at Theatre Academy Helsinki, Finland

Read more about The Performing Arts Research Centre (Tutke)

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  • Published: Nov 15th, 2010
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festivals reflect contemporary theatre

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November 15 at 19 pm there’s an open lecture by Jörgen Dahlqvist on the topic of the relationship between festivals and contemporary theatre, as part of the Inter Arts-seminar series. At the Inter Arts Centre, organized by Malmö Theatre Academy.

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  • Published: Oct 12th, 2010
  • Category: Performance
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performance as practical philosophy

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Christina Ouzounidis text Lagarna is performed at Teater Galeasen in Stockholm during October and November. Lagarna is a piece of practical philosophy:  what constitutes a human being – her actions or her intentions? Three actors insist on NOT being Agamemnon, Klytaimnestra or Ifigenia. (photo: Cato Lein)

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