Getting Digital Roadshow Central (Stirling): Case Study: Julia Fenby, Glow & Paul Gorman, Visible FictionsPresentation Transcript
1 Country 32 Local Authorities 3,000 Schools 7 TEIs 54,000 Teachers 750,000 Students
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My Ideal Teacher Miss Walker Aged 32 from Ayr Medium height Wears quirky, imaginative clothing Good at talking and explaining things, can talk to her as a friend Best qualities – dress sense, funny, bonds with kids Faults – gets angry but makes it a joke
OK then, WHY do you want to grow things at home??? ! NEW I want to be able to grow things at home because it saves money and means you don’t have to buy food that has been imported from developing countries at unfair prices to the people who grow them.
Curse of the Demeter
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First Task for Pupils by P. Gorman 20/08/2009 15:59 • How do you represent the living dead in a theatre space? • How do you portray all the characters using only 2 actors? • How do you create a touring set suitable for many different venues? • How do we find hope from the chapter? • How do you represent the severe weather conditions on stage?
Staging decisions to go with the 2D sketch of the set Billie and Johnny appear from behind the larger blocks at the start of the scene. There are video projections on the mast/screen of weather conditions - racing clouds and sound effects of battering rain and creaking deck timbers…