Congratulations to CTP staff members Stuart Grant and Jodie McNeilly along with postgraduate student Maeva Veerapen who have co-edited a new book Performance and Temporalisation: Time Happens published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Performance and Temporalisation features a diverse collection of scholars and artists gathered from across performance studies, philosophy, architecture, film and new media studies writing of a moment when time happens. The volume offers different accounts of the coming forth of time as it shapes, and is shaped, by human experience. Whether drawing, designing, watching performance, being baptised, digitally mediated, playing cricket, dancing, eating, walking or looking at caves, each author proposes their own conception and doing of time that underlies and activates their art making, scholarship and everyday lives. These essays engage with several philosophical traditions in their discourse and practice, offering multiple perspectives on the temporalised dimensions of place, space, bodies, movement, language, reality, subjectivity, identity, transcendence, world and other. As a new contribution to the discipline of Performance Philosophy, the book elucidates philosophical problems through a range of performative practices while clarifying philosophical thinking for the understanding of performance.
Moving Out of Door
MOVING OUT OF DOOR! Monash CTP senior lecturer, Dr Misha Myers is the keynote for … Continue reading Moving Out of Door
Importance of Self-Care for Artists
Mental Health and Self Care are so important for artists. This is something our Monash … Continue reading Importance of Self-Care for Artists
MUSICAL THEATRE GROUP – Research Seminar
As part of the CTP Research Seminar Series, the last seminar for the 2017 series … Continue reading MUSICAL THEATRE GROUP – Research Seminar
Cues, emails, being an adult with DEATH MATCH Stage Manager Charlotte Armstrong
DEATH MATCH is coming to an end! Monash CTP’s 3rd year production Death Match has … Continue reading Cues, emails, being an adult with DEATH MATCH Stage Manager Charlotte Armstrong
INTOXICATION WINS @ Fringe!
Monash CTP PhD candidate and guest tutor, the incredible Christopher Bryant, wrote and performed his piece … Continue reading INTOXICATION WINS @ Fringe!
DEATH MATCH actor Aleeah Gabriel talks success, failure, ambition
Monash CTP’s incredible 3rd year production Death Match opened last night at the Malthouse Theatre … Continue reading DEATH MATCH actor Aleeah Gabriel talks success, failure, ambition
BEOWULF: Old Words/New Ideas – Research Seminar
Next Monday, 2nd October, Felix Nobis, Deputy Director and Senior Lecturer at Monash Centre for … Continue reading BEOWULF: Old Words/New Ideas – Research Seminar
Talking material, design, budget with DEATH MATCH Costume Designer Amy Porter
Monash CTP’s incredible 3rd year production Death Match opens at the Malthouse Theatre TONIGHT with a 7pm … Continue reading Talking material, design, budget with DEATH MATCH Costume Designer Amy Porter
PRESENTATION SKILLS UNIT
The Centre for Theatre and Performance will once again offer the popular Summer unit ATS2910 Professional … Continue reading PRESENTATION SKILLS UNIT
Monash/Malthouse partner for DEATH MATCH
The Monash Centre for Theatre and Performance and Malthouse Theatre partnership helps to nurture the … Continue reading Monash/Malthouse partner for DEATH MATCH
‘Theatre as Memory Work’ panelist Joanne Mihelcic takes to the airwaves
The wonderful Joanne Mihelcic – one of the extraordinary panelists on the ‘Theatre as Memory … Continue reading ‘Theatre as Memory Work’ panelist Joanne Mihelcic takes to the airwaves
Jack of Two Trades – CTP New Australian Musical
Monash University Centre for Theatre and Performance in association with the Sir Zelman Cowen School … Continue reading Jack of Two Trades – CTP New Australian Musical