SIAN ROGERS

_MG_5713Education and Training
Falmouth University 2010 – 2013
BA (Hons) Theatre: Performance 1st Class Honours
New College Telford 2007 – 2009
A Level Theatre Studies (B), Fine Art (B)
BTEC Music Technology (Distinction)
AS Level English Literature (c)

Performer – ‘Life on the One Wheel’ Falmouth LivedArt Festival, Falmouth University, Cornwall, 2013.
Co-created material with three other performers, performed at the LivedArt Festival 2013 and commissioned by Falmouth University for performance in March 2014.

Marketing and Programming Team – LivedArt Festival 2013.
This involved collecting performance applications and planning the running order for the festival. I also helped market the festival via twitter.

‘Lost Tourists’ a project exploring Cornwall and London, 2012
A two month site specific collaborative project that explored Cornwall and London through walking and driving practises. Throughout the project we explored non-place creating micro performances within these interesting spaces that we discovered.

Performer – ‘Unlands’ Truro train station, Truro, Cornwall, 2012.
A site specific durational performance, creating domestic spaces and performing domestic tasks within the train station, the performance was an attempt to make the train station a more homely, inviting place for commuters and explored the boundaries of public spaces.

Badge Maker – ‘Faceback’ The Performance Centre, Falmouth 2012.
Interactive performance happening. Made badges in a fast passed environment, explaining the concept and ideas of the project to audience members.

Steward – Falmouth LivedArt Festival, Cornwall 2011.
Stewarding performances and the live music marque, making announcements, directing public.

Performer – ‘Unmade’ Falmouth Performance Centre, Penryn, Cornwall 2011.
Collaboratively devised with four other students. A piece about breaks, mistakes and the everyday. Picking apart the typical ‘daily routine.’ The task based style of the performance was influenced by artists such as Pina Bausch and The Wooster Group.

Performer – ‘The Taming of the Shrub’ Falmouth University Tremough Campus, Cornwall 2011.
A site specific performance that took place in an overgrown field on Tremough Campus. The piece explored ‘the domestic’ as a theme, particularly reflecting on the stereotypes of a ‘women’s role’ within society.

Publications
‘Lost Tourists’ a task based exploration guide, listing unusual ways of navigating the country and the city. Published by Amazon Create Space, 2012, available for purchase on Amazon.

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