RUN! RUN! RUN! LEEDS is a series of practice-related research activities exploring the correlation between art and movement co-run by Dr Kai Syng Tan with Dr Dan Robinson.
Kai is a Junior Research Fellow, while Dan is Senior Lecturer of Fine Art Media and Cluster Leader of the Crossing Borders Research Cluster. Other than running, activities may include reading, discussion, film screening, as well as other physical activities including swimming, fencing, rowing, cycling, and kung-fu! In other words, apart from making great art and doing serious teaching and research, we also engage in fun and sweaty activities, which may in turn energise and inspire our work in the art studio or office in direct and indirect ways. The activities of RUN! RUN! RUN! LEEDS are open to every body: students, staff, members of the public, friends, foes, strangers. We meet every last Wednesday of the month, over lunch and after work.
COME COME COME to the next events:
RUN! RUN! RUN! LEEDS Research Lunch, 1230-1330hrs every last Wednesday of the month
Meet: Leeds College of Art (Blenheim Walk) Student Union area
What: Staff, students and friends share their research that pull art and movement (and body and mind) together. Every body welcome.
Coming up: 17/12/14 (featuring presentations by Print Workshop manager Mick Welbourn, Senior Lecturer Sharon Hooper), 28/01/15 (featuring presentations by Ann Trusson, Student Counsellor and Welfare officer, and Creative Fellow Lydia Fothergill), 25/02/15
Get involved: Share your work over lunch! Contact Kai. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
RUN! RUN! RUN! LEEDS Activity, 1700hrs every last Wednesday of the month
Meet: Outside Leeds College of Art (Blenheim Walk)
What: Run, or swim, or cycling etc. All levels welcome. Feel free to join in as much as or as little as you wish. Each activity is curated by some body.
Coming up: 17/12/14 (curated by Andrew Craske), 28/01/15, 25/02/15.
*Due to popular demand, there will be an extra session on 15 January 2015 Thursday 5pm*
** Spring/Summer 2015: Ride Ride Ride to/from stunning Saltaire on your bike bike bikes. Curated by Chris Graham.
Get involved: Curate the next activity! Contact Kai. <email@example.com>
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