Exploring the multiple modes of expression within facilitation practice: How do we train Designers, Managers, Makers and Artists to use their specialism to empower others?
Date: Friday 15 June 2018
At: The Ugly Duck, 49 Tanner Street, SE1 3PL
As we know
Applied Theatre is a term used to describe drama and theatre practice which is
used in an education or community setting for transformative purposes. Whether
one trains directly in applied theatre or as an actor with skills in
contemporary community practice such work requires an understanding of
facilitation techniques. However, there seems to be few opportunities for those
who are non-performance artists to develop such a practice within their own
specialism; one that enables them to use non-verbal modes of expression to
build trust and enable participants to tell their story.
industry specialists and current students during Rose Bruford Colleges
graduate exhibition to practically explore the examples of a nonverbal
facilitation toolkit; and respond to panel discussions that offer examples of
facilitation best practice and consider the potential in training undergraduate
Designers, Managers, Makers and Artists as facilitators.