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Unravelling / Emma Hoette (2019)

Emma Hoette
Unravelling
Thesis, 2019

Perceptions of a Collaborative Choreographic Process Within a Higher Education Contemporary Dance Rehearsal: A Case Study / Kayla McClellan (2019)

Kayla McClellan
Perceptions of a Collaborative Choreographic Process Within a Higher Education Contemporary Dance Rehearsal: A Case Study
Thesis, 2019

A creative practice exploring the movement and connections of my hands / Victoria Malin (2017)

Victoria Malin
A creative practice exploring the movement and connections of my hands
Thesis, 2017

Living with objects to become anotherelse / Tonny Ajoup (2017)

Tonny Ajoup
Living with objects to become anotherelse
Thesis, 2017

How I feel about the mountains / Tommaso Giacopini (2017)

Tommaso Giacopini
How I feel about the mountains
Thesis, 2017

An investigation into the dancer’s choices in performance, specifically considering the role of habits within repeated performance / Selene Travaglia (2017)

Selene Travaglia
An investigation into the dancer's choices in performance, specifically considering the role of habits within repeated performance
Thesis, 2017

Creating choreographies for reminding : the development of a text-based movement practice / Sarita Rhodes (2017)

Sarita Rhodes
Creating choreographies for reminding : the development of a text-based movement practice
Thesis, 2017

(dis)association : a performative investigation into separation, dissociation and detachment / L. S. Merritt Millman (2017)

L. S. Merritt Millman
(dis)association : a performative investigation into separation, dissociation and detachment
Thesis, 2017

The art of self-inquiry : how does spiritual inquiry influence creative practice? / Lewis Ryland (2017)

Lewis Ryland
The art of self-inquiry : how does spiritual inquiry influence creative practice?
Thesis, 2017

Honesty, is the best policy, sometimes. A practice-as research led performance exploring comedy, spoken word and movement in relation to the performer, audience relationship / Kirstin Hood (2017)

Kirstin Hood
Honesty, is the best policy, sometimes. A practice-as research led performance exploring comedy, spoken word and movement in relation to the performer, audience relationship
Thesis, 2017
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