Added by Rebecca Louise Collins on June 2, 2015 at 18:10 — No Comments
In case you were unable to see 'Re-Imagining Llanbedrog' at Aberystwyth Arts Centre last month here is a short video that combines interview footage about the process with fragments from the show. Enjoy!
'Re-imagining Llanbedrog' was initially developed through WalesLab then received a research and development grant…Continue
Gearing up for the next stage of my project 'Re-Imagining Llamnbedrog' which has just been awarded a grant from the Arts Council Wales. Here is a short video I made during the initial research and development phase for WalesLab.Continue
Added by Rebecca Louise Collins on May 18, 2014 at 21:52 — No Comments
Here is the latest installment from my WalesLab Project Re-Imagining Llanbedrog. The sharing is tomorrow, Beach Hut 18 in Llanbedrog, if you are nearby please drop in!
Added by Rebecca Louise Collins on May 11, 2014 at 15:44 — No Comments
Something has been cooking in Volcano Theatre this week... take a look at these 1 minute 'honest' videos of some of the artists talking about their process and what they have been working on. Tomorrow from 2pm - 4pm we will be sharing our work at Volcano Theatre in Swansea as part of an 'Open Studio' event. Please join us!…
Added by Rebecca Louise Collins on April 30, 2014 at 16:26 — No Comments
Here is my video blog from day two of my WalesLab project, reporting from the tinman on temporary communities, tea, and shared pasts...
Added by Rebecca Louise Collins on April 24, 2014 at 8:20 — No Comments
I'm here in Llanbedrog for a few days working on my WalesLab project - here is a little video blog about my progress...
Vocal Spiel is a one-woman vocal piece that plays with the sound of language - what might be above, beyond, or behind our dialogical exchanges. Spiel, taken from German, is a tricky word; it means ‘play’, ‘game’, ‘performance’ and ‘gamble’ all at once…Continue
Added by Rebecca Louise Collins on December 3, 2013 at 10:00 — No Comments
Here is a short trailer about my WalesLab project that I'll be working on over the coming months - take a look!
Dull to me means grey, boring, or lacking interest. Last week in Rhayader I learnt that it can mean daft, silly, or having a lark. Local ranger, Al told me this on the corner, by the estate agents after having had tea at his Gran’s house. I was intrigued by the unusual use of this word. Having been brought up in a hamlet just outside of Salisbury before moving to East London, then to Madrid, then to Aberystwyth (where I currently reside) I’ve become attentive to different phrases and sounds…Continue
Added by Rebecca Louise Collins on November 18, 2013 at 14:25 — No Comments