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Warwick/RSC Fellows in Creativity and Performance

These Fellowships were originally conceived to offer opportunities for staff of the University of Warwick to devote themselves to a project or projects exploring and developing the uses of performance in teaching and learning: for example, involving curriculum development, placement or field projects, workshops, or the fostering of interdisciplinary and interorganisational links.

Over the four years of the CAPITAL project the fellowships have been opened out to include creative practitioners outside the University and to members of the Royal Shakespeare Company as well as to Warwick academics, inviting them to think and act creatively and to attach their creativity to processes of teaching and learning, formal and informal. Outcomes have taken the form of undergraduate modules, exhibitions, publications, special events and performances. All Fellows are asked to produce a report, written or recorded as video or audio, on their projects.Warwick\RSC Fellows in Creativity and Performance 2006-2010

Warwick/RSC Fellows in Creativity and Performance 2006-2010

Paul Allen October 2006 - March 2007

Patrice Naiambana April 2007

Michael Hulse October 2007 to March 2008 (part-time)

Rob Clare October 2007 to March 2008 (part-time)

Fiona Sampson October 2007 to October 2008

Djanet Sears June to July, November 2007

Tony Howard January to March 2008

Tom Abbott May to August 2008

Peter Blegvad October to December 2008

Andy Williams October to December 2008

Stephen Shapiro October 2008 to March 2009

Claudette Bryanston November 2008 to June 2009 (part-time)

Perry Mills January to April 2009

Lorne Campbell November 2009 to March 2010 (part-time) based at the Shakespeare Institute of the University of Birmingham

Lucy Cullingford January to April 2010

Rachel Dickinson and Virginia Grainger February to July 2010 (part-time)