Conferences and Discussions

We love sharing what we are trying to do and learning from other people and the questions they have. We have have taken part in a number of conferences and discussion panels representing both Glas(s) Performance and with Junction 25.

These include:

A Different Kind of Worth (Key note), Learning and Teaching Conference, RCS (September 2014) (Jess Thorpe)

Introduction to Collaborative Practices, RCS (2013 and 2014)

Albert Drive Symposium A Social Model of Arts Practice, Tramway Theatre (October 2013)

Starting from Scratch, A Junction 25 CPD session, Rogaland Teater,Tramway, TAPS London, Glasgow University

Dad Dancing; Talk about the show ‘Chip’ about fathers and daughters, Battersea Arts Centre, London  (May 2014)

Teenage Kicks – Playwright Studio Scotland, Young people in theatre (August 2011)

Children’s Theatre – Edinburgh Fringe Central (August 2011)

Changing Performance, Performing Change, Symposium, The Arches Theatre, (March 2011)

Applied Performance presentation of paper ‘whose work is it anyway” about the work of Junction 25 Central School of Speech of Drama, London (May 2010)

Creative Encounters Presented on Junction 25 and the show From Where I am Standing.

Common Work: Presented on the show Are Ye Askin?,Tramway, Glasgow (April 2007)

Workshops

We offer professional development sessions for practitioners and teachers. These are negotiated on an individual basis and can be booked by contacting glass@glassperformance.co.uk

Placements

We are committed to supporting students and emerging artists in developing their practice and regularly offer placement opportunities with our performance projects and educational work. We discuss these opportunities in more depth through e mail.