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15 Minutes with... Stacy Makishi and Joshua Sofaer

“15 Minutes With…” is a series of short dialogues with some of the exceptional artists and thinkers that LADA has had the pleasure of working with over the last 15 years.  Using the lens of the Agency and the occasion of our 15th Anniversary, the dialogues will reflect on how critical some of these shifts have been, not only to Live Art, but to the wider culture of the UK. Here, artists Stacy Makishi and Joshua Sofaer discuss Professional Development and Live Art. Expect DIY, East End Collaborations and One to One Artists Bursaries. 

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LADA: 15 Minutes With... #2: Maddy Costa and Mary Paterson on Critical Writing

2014 marks the 15th Anniversary of the Live Art Development Agency. To celebrate, they are planning a number of activities across the year, including the “15 Minutes With…” podcast series.

“15 Minutes With…” is a series of short dialogues with some of the exceptional artists and thinkers that Live Art Development Agency has had the pleasure of working with over the last 15 years. Using the lens of the Agency and the occasion of our 15th Anniversary, the dialogues will reflect on how critical some of these shifts have been, not only to Live Art, but to the wider culture of the UK.

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Fuel Theatre: Waiting... for the story to begin: 'Silkie's Grave' by Duncan Williamson

Waiting… for the story to begin is the final podcast in the While You Wait series, each of which is a different meditation on the idea of waiting and created by artists in collaboration with academics from King's College London.

Waiting… for the story to begin has been made by composer Dave Price in collaboration with Hope Wolf, former Teaching Fellow in Life Writing at King's College London.

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Free Word present 'What Sort of a Story is Climate Change?'

Described by many as one of the most urgent and important issues of our time, the last great surge of media attention around climate change presented itself in the late-2000's, after which the dominant narrative came under bitter and sustained attack. But are there other ways of telling stories about climate change that support a better quality of understanding and debate?

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