The Art of Care-full Practice
‘The Art of Care-full Practice’ is a symposium exploring the art of taking care of the self and others in the development of intimate, creative work.

The symposium is a collaboration with the University of Glasgow, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Glasgow School of Art, featuring presentations and discussions from a range of artists and scholars. The symposium will also include a screening of Winter, with an introduction by Richard Gregory (Artistic Director, Quarantine), a demonstration of emerging work from Nic Green (first recipient of the Adrian Howells Award for Intimate Practice), film documentation of performances by Adrian Howells and a Care Café.

Further Information:

> The symposium is on 5 March, from 10.30am - 7pm. Participants must be able to attend the whole day.

> The symposium is free.

>The Art of Care-full Practice aims to be intimate, with a maximum of 50 places available. To register your interest in attending please complete the form below.

>Final selection of attendees will be made by the symposium organisers (Dee Heddon, Simon Murray, Laura Bissell and Laura Gonzalez).

>The organisers are aiming to bring together for the day a rich mix of performance practitioners, researchers and students.

> Deadline for application is noon on 31 January.

>Decisions on applications will be communicated by Friday 10th February.