1. On Saturday 1 June 2019, with the Drama Department at Queen Mary University of London, LADA presented a day of discussions around kickstarting and maintaining a Live Art practice, and an opportunity to find out more about the exciting MA Live Art programme that began in September 2018 in a new partnership between Queen Mary and LADA.

    Brian Catling was the keynote speaker, presenting a lecture: 'FICTIONAL EVIDENCE: The art of performing imagined crimes'.

    Prior to this, Daniel Oliver (QMUL) hosted a series of conversation between practitioners and producers on kickstarting and sustaining a Live Art Practice in 2019 and onwards:

    Artists Lois Weaver and Martin O'Brien on sustaining a practice

    Artists Franko B and Nando Messias on documenting, critical writing, and archiving

    vimeo.com/353364405

    Producers Phoebe Patey-Ferguson and Jen Smethurst on networking and connecting

    Artists/curators/arts-workers Joseph Morgan Schofield and Jordan McKenzie on the artist as… (artist as curator, artist as researcher, artist as activist, artist as curator, artist as day-jobber)

    vimeo.com/353364934

    Following these conversations, Lois Keidan (LADA) and Dominic Johnson (QMUL) spoke about the MA.

    vimeo.com/353373318

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  2. On Saturday 1 June 2019, with the Drama Department at Queen Mary University of London, LADA presented a day of discussions around kickstarting and maintaining a Live Art practice, and an opportunity to find out more about the exciting MA Live Art programme that began in September 2018 in a new partnership between Queen Mary and LADA.

    Dominic Johnson (QMUL) and Lois Keidan (LADA) spoke about the MA Live Art.

    The event also featured a a series of conversation between practitioners and producers on kickstarting and sustaining a Live Art Practice in 2019 and onwards:

    Artists Lois Weaver and Martin O'Brien on sustaining a practice

    Artists Franko B and Nando Messias on documenting, critical writing, and archiving

    vimeo.com/353364405

    Producers Phoebe Patey-Ferguson and Jen Smethurst on networking and connecting

    Artists/curators/arts-workers Joseph Morgan Schofield and Jordan McKenzie on the artist as… (artist as curator, artist as researcher, artist as activist, artist as curator, artist as day-jobber)

    vimeo.com/353364934

    Following these conversations and presentations, the artist Brian Catling delivered a lecture: FICTIONAL EVIDENCE: The art of performing imagined crimes (vimeo.com/353375756).

    # vimeo.com/353373318 Uploaded
  3. On Saturday 1 June 2019, with the Drama Department at Queen Mary University of London, LADA presented a day of discussions around kickstarting and maintaining a Live Art practice, and an opportunity to find out more about the exciting MA Live Art programme that began in September 2018 in a new partnership between Queen Mary and LADA.

    The first part of the event was a series of conversation between practitioners and producers on kickstarting and sustaining a Live Art Practice in 2019 and onwards:

    Producers Phoebe Patey-Ferguson and Jen Smethurst on networking and connecting

    Artists, curators and arts-workers Joseph Morgan Schofield and Jordan McKenzie on the artist as… (artist as curator, artist as researcher, artist as activist, artist as curator, artist as day-jobber)

    Further conversations by artists Lois Weaver and Martin O'Brien on sustaining a practice, and artists Franko B and Nando Messias on documenting, critical writing, and archiving, can be viewed here: vimeo.com/353364405

    Following these conversations, Lois Keidan (LADA) and Dominic Johnson (QMUL) spoke about the MA (vimeo.com/353373318), and the artist Brian Catling delivered a lecture: FICTIONAL EVIDENCE: The art of performing imagined crimes (vimeo.com/353375756).

    # vimeo.com/353364934 Uploaded
  4. On Saturday 1 June 2019, with the Drama Department at Queen Mary University of London, LADA presented a day of discussions around kickstarting and maintaining a Live Art practice, and an opportunity to find out more about the exciting MA Live Art programme that began in September 2018 in a new partnership between Queen Mary and LADA.

    The first part of the event was a series of conversation between practitioners and producers on kickstarting and sustaining a Live Art Practice in 2019 and onwards:

    Artists Lois Weaver and Martin O'Brien on sustaining a practice

    Artists Franko B and Nando Messias on documenting, critical writing, and archiving

    Further conversations by producers Phoebe Patey-Ferguson and Jen Smethurst on networking and connecting, and artists/curators/arts-workers Joseph Morgan Schofield and Jordan McKenzie on the artist as… (artist as curator, artist as researcher, artist as activist, artist as curator, artist as day-jobber) can be viewed here: vimeo.com/353364934

    Following these conversations, Lois Keidan (LADA) and Dominic Johnson (QMUL) spoke about the MA (vimeo.com/353373318), and the artist Brian Catling delivered a lecture: FICTIONAL EVIDENCE: The art of performing imagined crimes (vimeo.com/353375756).

    # vimeo.com/353364405 Uploaded

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Documentation of 'Live Art Now', a day long event hosted by LADA and the Drama Department at Queen Mary University of London, featuring a programme of discussions around kickstarting and maintaining a Live Art practice, an opportunity to find out more about the exciting MA Live Art programme that began in September 2018 in a new partnership between Queen Mary and LADA, and 'FICTIONAL EVIDENCE: The art of performing imagined crime', a lecture by the artist Brian Catling.

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