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Time
Please refer to the programme introduction
Location
Online
Price
Free of charge

General

Presented by
Tai Kwun Performing Arts Department

Artistic Direction and Produced by

Co-Creation Partner

Workshop Instructor
David Glass

Workshop I - Authentic Voices for Beginners

“Authentic Voices for Beginners” is a workshop that focuses on young people and seeks to empower them and their imagination through arts and creativity. Internationally acclaimed theatre maker David Glass will share his Lost Child Practice which allow participants to recognise one’s emotions, thoughts and behaviours as well as to explore different possibilities in their daily life.

The Lost Child Practice was developed from the Lost Child Project (1997-2004) which aim at using theatre and creative participation to give a voice to marginalised and vulnerable children and young people. It has become a training protocol for integrative creative practice in various countries and has been taught in different educational institutions.

DateTime
02 – 07.07.2020│ 5pm-7:15pm

Language
English

Target Participants
Young people, those who care about young people and with an interest in theatre (Priority will be given to youth aged between 16 and 29)

Course Medium
Zoom

Quota
30

Application Deadline
15th June 2020

Remarks

  • Participants will be selected according to the information submitted on the application form. Successful applicants will be contacted by email on 25th June 2020.
  • Participants may need to download and install the required software and bear the risk

Workshop II – Exploring the Lost Child Romeo & Juliet

A diverse ensemble of arts practitioners, teachers, social workers and young people will be invited to join this Research and Development (R&D) process that may lead to a production of physical devising theatre performance in the future. In this workshop, archetypal figures of Shakespeare’s play and its theme about love, madness and death will be explored. Through this cross-disciplinary study, participants will exchange ideas and knowledge from their own professions and learn about arts engagement and the research process of theatre production.

In addition, David Glass will lead individual sessions to provide one-on-one coaching on art creations. The sessions are customised to suit the level of each participant for the most effective workshop experience.

DateTime
6 – 11.7.2020 | 8pm – 9:30pm(Workshop)&
6 – 10.7.2020 | 10pm – 11pm(Individual session; 4 participants per night, 15 mins per session)

Language
English

Target Participants
For arts professionals, educational practitioners, social workers, arts therapists and young people who have theatre experience

Course Medium
Zoom

Quota
30

Application Deadline
15th June 2020

Remarks

  • Participants will be selected according to the information submitted on the application form. Successful applicants will be contacted by email on 25th June 2020.
  • Participants may need to download and install the required software and bear the risk

*Workshop II – Exploring the Lost Child Romeo & Juliet (Open Session)

Workshop participants will share the results of their research, public are invited to join.

DateTime
11.07.2020 | 8:30pm-9:30pm

Language
English

Target Participants
For arts professionals, educational practitioners, social workers, arts therapists and young people who have theatre experience

Course Medium
Zoom

Quota
30

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Biography

David Glass
Workshop Instructor

Award-winning solo performer, theatre director, writer, designer, lighting designer, filmmaker, teacher and creative thinker, David is one of the UK’s most prominent theatre directors and principal founders of the physical/visual, devised, ensemble and applied theatre movements.

In 1999, David established David Glass Ensemble and has toured productions to 32 countries. In 1997, he founded the groundbreaking Lost Child Project, working with over 10,000 street children in 22 countries. In Cambodia he wrote his five stage Creative Practice book which is now used worldwide to help organisations such as Save The Children, UNICEF, UN/ILO and numerous Universities around the world helping them to think and work more creatively.