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Welcome to the Education Lounge! Presenting the body/word method, creative writing, Performance Writing, improvisation, public speaking, acting, feedback and more interdisciplinary methodologies for teenagers and adults.  Here you can find information on past and current masterclasses, workshops, 1 on 1 bespoke tutorials, educational programs, research outcomes and processes. Some come from my own interdisciplinary research and teaching on links between body and word, applications of this research in creativity, research, education in various professional fields, artistic, social and entrepreneurial. More than a few refer to research and educational collaborations, which I love. Here you can find out more about Performance Writing in the way it was proposed in Dartington College of Arts and my own developing method, body/word. Please feel free to get in touch if any of these strike a chord, or if you want to know more.

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Concentration, self-control, relaxed focus, succinct articulation are essential components of professional efficiency in every language and every working environment. Public
Keynote Presentation on body/word and Performance Writing - March 2018 So, what is this multimodal approach to writing, called body/word
A panel dedicated to Performance Writing as practiced in Dartington College of Arts - March 2018 A unique combination of
A  Christos Polymenakos Masterclass employing his body/word method  Can one translate movement into word? How can I communicate my choreographic
Lifelong Learning I Feed Forward I Audience Development   The process of feedback is ideally a gentle - if sometimes passionate-
Site(s) Specific Performance Writing Installation in Virtual and Physical Space What constitutes a horizon? Why do some promises have decisive
A body/word Course originally designed for MFA Students  How may body/word offer a contemporary way into curatorial practice? What does
Improvisation 101 for Drama Students employing the body/word method What is improvisation for you? How can the body inform your