The S Word and The Centre for Digital Storymaking, London South Bank University presents
The 2020 S Word symposium: Stanislavsky and The Media
@ London South Bank University, Thursday 23rd to Saturday 25th April 2020.
We aim to explore Stanislavsky’s relationship with and impact upon all aspects of the contemporary media – film, television, radio, electronic media, print and journalism, and via still and moving images, sound and music.
We now invite proposals for papers (20 minutes duration), practical workshops (40 minutes duration) and panel presentations (60 minutes duration with a minimum of three speakers). Please send a brief abstract (not more than 300 words) and a short biography to Professor Paul Fryer – (firstname.lastname@example.org), to arrive no later than Friday 29th November 2019.
Information on keynote and guest speakers, and details of booking arrangements will be published shortly.
Selected papers from this event will be published in the Spring 2021 edition of Stanislavski Studies (Taylor & Francis).
Please join us for our London 2020 event.
The S Word is an international research project that explores the relationship between Stanislavsky, his work and legacy, and all aspects of contemporary theatre and performance.