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The Centre brings together arts practitioners from across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to develop and promote innovative practice-based arts research through seminars, workshops, performances, broadcasts, screenings, exhibitions, conferences and online initiatives.
The Centre brings together arts practitioners from across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities to develop and promote innovative practice-based arts research.
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Here are some of the most recent projects to emerge from the Centre for Practice-Based Research in the Arts.
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The Centre hosts academic conferences and symposia on a regular basis, inviting researchers to contribute papers and exchange ideas.
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Video interviews with practitioners discussing the creative process and the links between theory and practice in their own work.
Listen to our views on creative practice
Drawing inspiration from John Cage’s ‘Lecture on Nothing’ the first series of performance lectures organised by the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts aimed to blur the boundaries between the formal lecture and artistic performance
Find out more about our performance lecture series
Staff and students from Canterbury Christ Church University exhibit throughout the year as well as invited artists from around the world.
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Admissions Enquiry Team: +44 (0)1227 782900
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