David Glass Weekend Workshop DORSET
Saturday and Sunday, 21 and 22 March 2015 / 10 – 6 / Lunch 1 – 2.30
Venue: The Allsop Gallery,
Bridport Arts Centre, South Street, Bridport, Dorset.
Maximum number: 20
Workshop – Creative Practice
Developed over a number of years working in creative development, Creative practice looks in detail at the specific stages of • Creative process. • Preparation •Origination• Organisation • Manifestation • Reflection
Each of these stages have exercises and games that help participants improve their ability to develop truly authentic work. Workshops both disclose the theory and practice of creativity but also help each participant go deeper and wider into their personal creative journeys.
David’s approach to creativity, whether you are a storyteller, a painter, actor or chef, we become creative through relationships – relationships with each other, the world around us and ourselves. The process that will be explored will give the participants practical skills and tools to deepen their own practice in a secure and enjoyable way.
On David Glass:
“One of the world’s finest theatre teachers”
– Mike Alfred’s founder of Shared Experience
“A fine teacher”
– Stephen Daldry Film and Theatre Director
“A leading teacher”
– Tom Morris director Warhorse
Please come in comfortable clothes, indoor exercise shoes or thick socks (the floor is wooden but may have the odd splinter) a yoga mat and water bottle. The café is open on Saturdays and provides simple lunches or you can bring your own.
Confirmation by 1 March with 50% payment in advance. Final 50% 7 days prior to the workshop.
David Glass studied with Jaques Lecoq, Peter Brook, Jean Louis Barreau, Etienne Decroux and Alvin Ailey amongst others. He began his career performing on the streets of Paris. He went on to become an international soloist as a mime artist and physical theatre performer. In the 90s he established the David Glass Ensemble to explore ensemble and physical theatre projects, the productions included Gormenghast, Popeye, Les Enfants du Paradis amongst others. David directed Shameless and King Stag for Opera Circus, Blue Remember Hills for Yellow Earth and many other works for other companies.
In the early 2000s David established The Lost Child Project working with street children around the world. David teaches at east fifteen drama school LAMDA, University of Arts, Bournemouth, amongst other drama academies and creates workshop programmes by request in creative facilitating, devising and other forms of theatre practice. David is now a visiting lecturer at the UoA in Bournemouth.
For further information contact Tina Ellen Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org
David Smith Artist
We would like to thank the artist David Smith for allowing us to use the gallery space for our weekend workshop during the time in which his exhibition Letter #365 – The Installation is open to the public. The gallery will be open to the public between 1 and 2.30 on Saturday 21st March during a break in the workshop. More information on the exhibition can be found here: www.bridport-arts.com/events/category/exhibitions/