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What is ResCen?

ResCen, the Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts, is a multi-disciplinary, artist–driven research centre. It is designed to be a bridge between academia and the practices of professional performing artists. Established in 1999, its base is at Middlesex University, London. ResCen is centrally concerned with the artist at work, and with the ways in which the working artist, under the usual pressures of the arts marketplace, can be enabled to:

  • reflect on her/his own creative processes;
  • document these processes;
  • make these materials, musings and critical reflections available to others;
  • participate in knowledge exchange and transfer across research disciplines, professional specialisms and in a variety of social contexts;
  • contribute to policy and strategy debates in the arts nationally and internationally.

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  “making work is transformative – time taking your material through a series of one-way valves through which there is no return – you can’t un-fry an egg.” — Graeme Miller  
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Dance Umbrella at 40
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ResCen: Dance Umbrella at 40
New web documentation
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Shift of Balance
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A Shift of Balance
Rethinking the Classical and Contemporary in Dance
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Elixir 2017
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Elixir 2017 Project Blog
See how the Sadler's Wells
Elixir 2017 project unfolded
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ArtsCross
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ArtsCross home page
intercultural dialogue and exchange in and through the performing arts
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“Emblazoned on my mind in gigantic theatre lights is the word FINISH. I must. There’s a palpable fear in my belly, and I wake up in the middle of the night sweating music.”
— Errollyn Wallen

 
   
arrow Christopher Bannerman LSE blog post: what Brexit means for dance
arrow Research Councils UK China impact brochure
arrow Graeme MillerImmemorial Seminar, 3 Feb 2015
arrow ArtsCross London 2013Visual documentation & blog
arrow Shobana Jeyasinghon Front Row, BBC R4
arrow Robert Cohan Teaching: body of knowledge
arrow Christopher BannermanOn Curation
arrow Rosemary Lee On Taking Care DVD
arrow Shobana JeyasinghHome meets Home
 
   
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