Interdisciplinary Performative Pedagogies
Interdisciplinary Performative Pedagogies investigates performative pedagogies within interdisciplinary international and cross-disciplinary contexts.
The aims of this working group work are:
- To examine the
origins of interdisciplinary live performative pedagogies within an
international context, including digital (online), physical and hybrid interactions.
- To draw connections between existing theatre pedagogies and apply them in cross-disciplinary collaborations with other areas.
- To explore the impact that performance practices and methodologies can have within other fields of scholarship through pedagogical approaches (in architecture, film, visual arts, politics, historiography, etc.).
- To interrogate the relationships between audiences, participants and performers within interdisciplinary performance practices and the transformative potential of performative pedagogies in society.
Our members contribute to a broad range of disciplines and international perspectives. The group has core members from Higher Education institutions and at a community level from seven countries.
Working Group Convenors:
Prof. Aleksandar Dundjerovic (UK/Canada); Centre for Interdisciplinary Performative Arts, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University, Aleksandar.Dundjerovic@bcu.ac.uk
Dr. Paola Botham (UK/Chile), Centre for Interdisciplinary Performative Arts, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University, Paola.Botham@bcu.ac.uk
Working Group Members:
Prof. Stephen Simms (UK); Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University
Prof. Maria J M Sanchez (UK/Spain) Associate Dean of Research, Scott Sutherland School of Architecture, Robert Gordon University, Scotland
Dr. Maria Nieves Martinez de Olcoz (Spain); Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Prof. Javier Sanchez, (Spain) School of Architecture of Madrid, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Prof. Jorge Dubatti (Argentina); Universidad de Buenos Aires
Rodolfo Garcia Vazquez (Brazil); Os Satyros, Sao Paulo
Prof. Maria de la Luz Hurtado (Chile); Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Sumit Lai Roy (India); President of Red Curtain International, Kolkata
Ivan Pravdic (Serbia); University of
Novi Sad, Novi Sad
Dr. Svetlana Volic (Serbia); Belgrade University of the Arts, Belgrade