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Performing Documents Conference schedule announced! 18 February 2013 We're thrilled to announce that the schedule for the Performing Documents conference, 12-14 April, is now online! It will be a packed three days of cutting edge inquiry about the state of performance and its documents.
  • Performing Documents Conference schedule announced! 18 February 2013 We're thrilled to announce that the schedule for the Performing Documents conference, 12-14 April, is now online! It will be a packed three days of cutting edge inquiry about the state of performance and its documents.
  • Call for Papers for Performing Documents Conference, 12-14 April 2013 7 November 2012 We invite your proposals for papers, presentations, and other less traditional formats for the Performing Documents conference on 12-14 April. Proposals should be sent to performing-docs@bristol.ac.uk and deadlines for proposals is 13 December. Successful applicants will be notified by 21 December.
  • Redux symposium on Saturday, 8 December 7 November 2012 We are excited to invite you to the second event of the Performing Documents project. Redux is a day-long symposium to be held at Arnolfini, Bristol on Saturday 8 December. Please join us for a packed day of discussion and performance that looks at artists using their own archives as creative resources.
  • Opportunity for postgraduates to take part in 'Redux' strand of Performing Documents! 26 September 2012 Call for postgraduates in dance to take part in Redux strand of Performing Documents. Participants will work with choreographer Sara Giddens on a new work to be performed at Arnolfini (Bristol) in December, in associations with Dance4 (Nottingham)
  • Remake Symposium final schedule announced 7 September 2012 The final schedule for the Remake Symposium is here! Final details and maps are now available on the Performing Documents website.
  • Opportunity for postgrad/emerging artists 23 May 2012 Lin Hixon and Matthew Goulish (formerly Goat Island) seek three participants for a month-long development workshop in Bristol. Participants will have the opportunity to work directly with these internationally regarded artists as they develop a piece of work for their new company Every house has a door. This new work is being developed as part of Performing Documents, a major collaborative research project looking at Live Art and its documents. The development workshop will take place between 20 August – 14 September, and the results will be performed as part of a day-long symposium at Arnolfini.
  • Performing Documents launch! 16 April 2012 Performing Documents, a collaborative AHRC-funded research project, launches programme.
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