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Zejun Yao GAME ON ‘Game On’ is an attempt to explore the concept of ‘mise-en-scène’ deployed through the form of games and sporting activities within interdisciplinary arts for the ‘active audience’, encountered in conventional art spaces. Through participatory and collaborative practice accompanied with audiovisual installation and performance the artist’s role...

MON 15 OCT 2018, 17.00-18.30 Parkinson SR (B.09) Art Through Practice (ATP) research group organises practical sessions that offer both practice-led and research-based scholars new insights into their work. The first ATP session of 2018-2019 will be relaxed and friendly in a welcoming environment, with the aim of building a...

Oct 19th Concert (1–2pm) and talk (3–4pm), School of Music, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall (CCCH) CePRA and the Leeds International Concert Series present a Practice Research event with Prof Roger Dean (Western Sydney University), co-editor of the excellent Practice-led Research, Research-led practice in the Creative Arts (Edinburgh 2009). Come to...

CePRA are hosting a day of discussing the requirements and best practice of documenting practice-based (or practice-led) research in the Arts on 18th September 2018. If you have examples of good practice relating to the documentation of practice research for REF or academic dissemination, please send your suggestions by email...

CePRA welcome suggestions for new workshops and events relating to practice-led research in the Arts from staff and PGRs from within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures. Send suggestions by email to Ewan Stefani: e.j.stefani@leeds.ac.uk

CePRA are hosting a day of discussing the requirements and best practice of documenting practice-based (or practice-led) research in the Arts on 18th September 2018. Invited speakers will be Paul Allain, Vida Midgelow, and Lauren Redhead. These guest speakers will be augmented by discussion of examples of good practice from...

Today the Centre for Practice-led Research in the Arts are hosting an open, informal meeting event. There should be plenty of free food and drinks available to sustain the debate about how we can shape the next generation of artistic research that is driven by or informed by practice. We also...