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A research project devoted to uncovering and archiving the history of Performance Art in Wales.

Prosiect ymchwil i ddadorchuddio ac archifo hanes Celf Perfformio yng Nghymru.

Winner of the David Bradby TaPRA Award for Research in International Theatre and Performance 2011.

If you have any information on performance in Wales that could be of use to the project, please get in touch!

Whether you are an artist who has made performance work in Wales, or an audience member who once witnessed a performance (voluntarily or involuntarily!), we would be pleased to hear from you.
Any material will be of interest - from actual pieces of documentation to vague memories of events caught out of the corner of one's eye.
mail@performance-wales.org

Cysylltwch â ni os oes gennych unrhyw wybodaeth am berfformio yng Nghymru a allai fod o ddefnydd i'r prosiect!

Efallai eich bod yn artist sydd wedi gwneud gwaith perfformio yng Nghymru, neu'n aelod o gynulleidfa a welodd berfformiad unwaith (o'ch gwirfodd neu'n anwirfoddol!). Pwy bynnag ydych chi, hoffem glywed gennych.
Bydd unrhyw ddeunydd o ddiddordeb - o ddogfennau gwreiddiol i atgofion amwys am ddigwyddiadau a welwyd o gornel y llygad.
Mae'r manylion cyswllt wedi'u rhestru dan 'Cyswllt' yma, neu gallwch anfon e-bost i'r cyfeiriad hwn: mail@performance-wales.org

Project Director Cyfarwyddwr Prosiect: Heike Roms
Dept Theatre, Film and Television Studies, Aberystwyth University
Adran Astudiaethau Theatr, Ffilm a Theledu Prifysgol

Contact: Professor Heike Roms
Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies
Adran Astudiaethau Theatr, Ffilm a Theledu Prifysgol
Aberystwyth University
Adeilad Parry-Williams Building
Aberystwyth SY23 3AJ,
UK phone ffon: (+44) 1970 - 621911 (direct uniongyrchol) mail@performance-wales.org

Funded by Wedi ei drawsgronni gan:
ARTS AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL (AHRC) (2009-2011)
(CYNGOR YMCHWIL Y CELFYDDYDAU A’R DYNIAETHAU) (2009-2011)
ARTS COUNCIL OF WALES (ACW) (2006-2008)
CYNGOR CELFYDDYDAU CYMRU (CCC) (2006-2008)
SIR DAVID HUGHES PARRY AWARD 2006, 2008
ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FUND (2007)

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What's Welsh for Performance? Beth yw 'performance' yn Gymraeg?

"The Avant-garde in the Classroom: The History of Learning and Teaching (as) Performance Art in Britain"

Experimentica 1.1

15 October 2011, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Heike Roms in collaboration with John Danvers:
The Avant-garde in the Classroom: reenacting–learning–performing (workshop)

In the early 1970s, Cardiff’s College of Art became one of the first art schools in Britain where students could follow dedicated tuition in performance. Forty years later, in collaboration with John Danvers, one of the former teachers, and with the help of documentation from the period, we will be revisiting some of the approaches to the making of performance that were being tried out in Cardiff. Among them will be Action/Ideas, a workshop led by John Gingell and colleagues, which first took place in Chapter Arts Centre in October 1971. At a time when art education finds itself under increasing threat, we will be asking what we may be able to learn from those that first approached learning and teaching (as) performance art

Experimentica 1.1 festival, hosted by Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, 15 October 2011, 12:30-15:30.

Visit Random People's Live Art Live Blog from the workshop - click here.

 

  

   

   

   

    

    

 

 

 

With support from the David Bradby TaPRA Award for Research in International Theatre and Performance

[more information on the award here]

© Photos: Daniel Ladnar

 

 

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