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    • Home: the celebratory opening of the Kelpies at Helix Park, Falkirk 

      Warden, Claire (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2014-06-13) - Journal article
      At the heart of Falkirk’s new Helix park, a reinvented green space to the west of Grangemouth oil refinery, stand two thirty-metre high statues. They are horses’ (Kelpies’) heads, the first bowed in a submissive, calm ...
    • Identifying canons in competitive light music for the Great Highland Bagpipe, 1947–2015 

      Bova, A. (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2017-09-17) - Journal article
      Competitions for players of the Scottish Great Highland Bagpipe are regarded by many pipers and enthusiasts as the pinnacle of the art form, though some pipers who participate in these competitions have identified a trend ...
    • Inside the hos(t)pital 

      Harrison, Ben (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-04-06) - Journal article
    • Intersections between the academic and ‘real’ worlds of dance at the British Dance Edition 2014: a report 

      Whiteside, Bethany (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2014-06-13) - Report
      The Gleneagles Ryder Cup and Glasgow Commonwealth Games may be yet to come, but 2014 in Scotland launched with the international biennale, British Dance Edition (BDE), the United Kingdom’s largest dance industry showcase. ...
    • Interview: Tony Reekie 

      Fletcher-Watson, Ben (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2016-06-28) - Journal item
      In 2015, Tony Reekie stood down as Director of Imaginate, Scotland’s national art-form development organisation for theatre for young audiences. Tony had programmed the annual Imaginate Festival of performing arts for ...
    • Interview: Trio HLK 

      Redman, Benjamin (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-09-30) - Journal article
      Trio HLK is an ensemble that draws on elements of jazz and contemporary classical music, and pushes the boundaries of both genres. They recently collaborated with Dame Evelyn Glennie (arguably the world’s foremost solo ...
    • ‘I’m not really a clown’: critical reflection on a Clown Cabaret Scratch Night 

      Amsden, Lucy (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2015-06-26) - Journal article
      This article is a critical reflection on the Clown Cabaret Scratch Night at Assembly Roxy, 14 November 2014, organised by Plutôt la Vie and CloWnStePPing. It considers the variety of acts included in the show and how ...
    • Keynote address: Rhythmic routes: developing a nomadic physical practice for the daily commute 

      Bissell, Laura; Overend, David (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2014-12-16) - Journal article
      How can the contemporary performance practitioner maintain a deterritorialised, nomadic existence within the regulated systems of twenty-first century mobile life? Elliott and Urry (2010) argue that ‘life “on the move” ...
    • Listen to the others: the rehearsal process as a constant act of care 

      Bento-Coelho, Inês (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-04-05) - Journal article
      While artists and performance makers use different strategies when engaging with participants in the rehearsal room, their presence provides the practitioner with a chance to care and ethically embed the other’s agency in ...
    • Long table 

      The Art of Care-full Practice Symposium (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-04-06) - Journal item
    • Lunch 

      The Art of Care-full Practice Symposium (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-04-06) - Journal item
    • Negotiating care: an exploration of non-place within a deafblind performance project 

      Stringer, Will (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-04-06) - Journal article
      This article brings together diverse theories on disability, place, non-place and care to explore a process involving deafblind performers. The article is based upon work within a five-month residency with a performance ...
    • Performance review: Hinterland, by NVA 

      Berger, Cara (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2016-06-29) - Journal item
      Performance review of: Hinterland, by NVA
    • Practitioner report: Calton Hill Constellations 

      Joyner, Siriol; Smith, Phil (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2016-06-29) - Journal article
      Artist and choreographer Siriol Joyner (Aberystwyth, Cymru) and writer and mythogeographer Phil Smith (Exeter, England) worked together with overlaps and collisions of place, dance, description, objects and narratives as ...
    • Practitioner report: Composing interaction: performativity in Mechanical 

      Cooper, Timothy (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-09-30) - Journal article
      This paper explores the creation of Mechanical (2016), an interactive sound installation that explores the sound and physicality of old, worn and broken bicycle parts. In the paper I examine the question: what is the nature ...
    • Practitioner report: I Gladly Strained My Eyes to Follow You: a guided tour of Pollok House 

      McMullan, Shauna (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2018-09-30) - Journal article
      I Gladly Strained My Eyes to Follow You took the form of a guided tour of Pollok House focusing on a selection of portraits of women from the house's historically significant collection of art and artefacts. The tours, led ...
    • Practitioner report: Play between worlds: Inchcolm Project 

      Bozdog, Mona; Galloway, Dayna (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2017-09-17) - Journal article
      Inchcolm Project was a proof of concept that aimed to make apparent the connections between video games and performance, and to blur the lines between physical and virtual worlds and bodies. In designing the two-hour ...
    • Practitioner report: running walls: the performance of the limit in prison 

      Maccagno, Paolo (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2015-06-26) - Report
      The limit to freedom, represented by the wall of the prison, is the limit to run to reach the finish-line of the marathon: run the limit! Training prisoners to run a marathon as a practice of the limit. Inside and outside ...
    • Practitioner report: SHINE 

      Williams, Bede; Weijmans, Anne-Marie; McGuire, Eddie; Fitzpatrick, Tim (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2016-06-29) - Report
    • Practitioner report: The burning circle: (pre)history, performance and public engagement 

      Berger, Cara; Robertson-Kirkland, Brianna E. (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2017-09-17) - Journal article
      In recent years, there has been a change of culture in the academic environment: researchers are now strongly encouraged to collaborate across disciplines and develop strategies to engage non-specialist publics with the ...