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Petra Aydin Barberini is attending Catherine Paskell's event
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Dirty Gifted & Welsh 2016 at Angel Hotel, Cardiff

February 28, 2016 from 12pm to 10pm
National Theatre Wales and Dirty Protest are teaming up for the third Dirty, Gifted & Welsh, and promise another jam-packed celebration of Welsh writers and writing for performance.Dirty, Gifted & Welsh 2016, an all-day English-language writing festival including performances, play readings, writers’ workshops, pub quiz, special guest speakers, surgeries, discussions, a dirty disco and much more, will be held at the Angel Hotel, Castle Street, Cardiff, on Sunday 28th February 2016, from…See More
Feb 25, 2016
Petra Aydin Barberini joined Simon Coates's group
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Huddles

We know that freelance artists have to deal with a lot more than just making great work. So we’re programming a new series of artist-led events designed to support the development of administrative and business skills that contribute towards the professional lives of artists.We'll be using this space to post interesting opportunities that come up in the sessions, or invite conversation from artists about what they would like to discuss at future Huddles. We will be working with Theatr Gen,…See More
Feb 26, 2015
Petra Aydin Barberini joined Caley Powell's group
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The League Of Professional Theatre Women

In London I, Caley Powell, am part of a group called The League Of Professional Theatre Women, it was originally created in America but last year a branch was set up in London. The aim of the league is to be a body that seeks to promote visibility and increase opportunities for women in the Professional Theatre.The group unites all female professionals of the theatrical industry in the UK, to share ideas, news, promote events and support each other's work! We also want to fight for gender…See More
Feb 26, 2015
Petra Aydin Barberini joined Michelle Carwardine-Palmer's group
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What Next?

What Next? is a movement bringing together arts and cultural organisations from across the UK, to articulate and strengthen the role of culture in our society. We want to engage the public in new and different conversations about how and why the arts are important, and become a catalyst for fresh thinking and new policy ideas.To date we have done this through beginning positive, informed and inclusive conversations with each other and…See More
Feb 26, 2015
Petra Aydin Barberini joined Rhian Lewis's group
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The Big Democracy

It could be argued that our political system is at breaking point. Some say politicians act in the interest of corporations and not of the people. Throughout the world, there seems to be an air of discontentment.National Theatre Wales’ Assembly programme has developed into a three-year programme of work called The Big Democracy Project, which explores how art and creativity can play a part in helping communities across Wales re-engage with the democratic process.We’ve already started asking…See More
Feb 26, 2015
Petra Aydin Barberini joined Matt Ball's group
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WalesLab

WalesLab is no longer receiving submission. This page is an archive and a place for dicussion on previous WaleSLab projects.If you'd like to get in touch with someone about WalesLab, please contact Simon Coates, Creative Associate. For more info on the projects we've supported you can see the links on the right hand side. You can join the group to be kept up to date about projects as they continue to change and to see notifications of future opportunities.See More
Feb 26, 2015
Petra Aydin Barberini joined Devinda De Silva's group
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Rethinking Education

A group for anyone who wants to help us develop an NTW approach to education.See More
Feb 26, 2015
Megan Roseblade left a comment for Petra Aydin Barberini
"Welcome to the NTW Community, Petra. You're certainly busy! I hope you manage to make some connections here to help work with on your projects. Joining groups is usually the best place to meet people, so have a look at the ones that interest…"
Feb 26, 2015
Petra Aydin Barberini is now a member of National Theatre Wales Community
Feb 26, 2015

Profile Information

What I do:
Learning to write. I lecture in design and run my own business.
A little more about me:
Fascinated about writing for performers. Had professional experience as an Interactive narrative Installation artist. have lectured in film & media, editing, fine art and Design.
Over the years I have flitted between between timebased audio-visual work and applied design and education ( in order to earn a living)

I was a professional artist for 11 years in the Netherlands and I'm used to combining elements of large scale projection, live performance and live orchestras in my work.

In order to return to Wales I took up Art, Media and Design lecturing, in at FE, HE and MA levels.

I've recently completed MA modules in writing for Radio and Writing for Soap at Aberystwyth University under the Skillset Academi project.
I have enjoyed working with Scriptography Productions Response Team on rapid 36 hour responses to art works at the Artes Mundi & Shani Rhys James exhibitions. this has given me a taste for writing for performers.

An area in which I would like to explore more.
Location:
Penarth near Cardiff, happy to work in West & Mid Wales.
Projects I’m working on:
I enjoy working with Scriptography Productions Response Team on rapid 36 hour responses to art works recently wrote for performances at the Rates Mundi & Shani Rhys James exhibitions.

I have numerous writing projects.
I have a collection of scripts and examples of writing particularly based on the experience of 2nd generation Turkish immigrants living in Europe (Relevant to Wales and The Netherlands)

Am researching a local historical project based around the death of a family member in Cardiff Roath Dock which has resonated for over a century. I would like to collaborate with local dancers, musicians and performers to experiment with performance possibilities.

Although I've lived away and returned to Wales with a multi-national family, all sides of my own family came to the Cardiff & Penarth Dock area in the 1860's and we have a rich oral history to work on with the local community.I'm passionate about preserving the voices of these communities.

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At 10:39 on February 26, 2015, Megan Roseblade said…

Welcome to the NTW Community, Petra.

You're certainly busy! I hope you manage to make some connections here to help work with on your projects. Joining groups is usually the best place to meet people, so have a look at the ones that interest you. 

Megan

 
 
 

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