16 January 2016
Saturday 16 January, 2.00 - 4.30pm
In this afternoon of talks, artist-in-residence Sam Belinfante invites artist Jayne Parker, Doctor Michael Kilshaw and conductor David Vinden to think about the voluntary and involuntary movements between sound, music and gesture.
Sam Belinfante strikes together audio-visual technologies and their corresponding modes of thought. Belinfante will use his residency at Camden Arts Centre to unpick the relationships between the choreography of sound, language and technology.
Full price: £7
Friends & Concessions: £5
Please book a place. The space is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us if you have any additional access requirements.
Jayne Parker is an artist and filmmaker whose work has been widely shown, both nationally and internationally, in major art institutions, on television and in film and music festivals. In 2003 she was the recipient of the 1871 Fellowship, researching the relationship between music and film, hosted by the Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford and the San Francisco Art Institute. In 2008 she completed Trilogy: Kettle's Yard, which premiered at The Times BFI 52nd London Film Festival. In 2011 she presented a retrospective of her films at the BFI Southbank as part of Maya Deren: 50 Years On. Parker is Head of Graduate Media at Slade School of Fine Art.
Michael Kilshaw is a GP living and working in Gloucestershire. He trained at University College London graduating in 2003. He studied for a degree in psychology during his medical studies. After training to be an orthopaedic surgeon Kilshaw changed careers to general practice. Michael has a particular interest in education and is involved in clinical teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Michael has a passion for music and plays the trumpet for several orchestras in Gloucestershire, as well as being in the Chair of the Cheltenham Philharmonic Orchestra.
David Vinden is a lecturer, teacher and conductor and has been invited annually to teach on the Kodály Institute summer courses in Kecskemét, the Kodály courses at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, USA, and Kodály summer courses at Portland State University. Vinden has been a guest lecturer at the Liszt Academy, Debrecen and Szeged Conservatoires. He co-founded the Kodály Centre of London with his wife, Yuko, in 1992, and has produced and published over 30 books of Kodály musicianship material and teaching aids. He edited Music Transalpina I of 1588, the complete canons of Cherubini. He co-authored, with Cyrilla Rowsell, the 3rd volume of Jolly Music, which will be a 7 year curriculum of lesson plans and material for Primary schools published by Jolly Phonics, Britain’s leading phonics company.
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