Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's Summer School:
Ramesh Meyyappan's Art of Visual Theatre.
(Visit the website: https://www.rcs.ac.uk/lifelong-learning/visual-theatre/)
On this five-day course you will work with theatre creator Ramesh Meyyappan, exploring storytelling through music and movement to develop your visual theatre vocabulary.
The Art of Visual Storytelling provides participants with an opportunity to explore a range of visual ideas and begin to tell stories and develop narratives in a unique visual way. A visual language is a shared language a form of communication that can go beyond spoken word.
Through the course participants will:
- Be encouraged to develop their skills in visual storytelling using movement, mime, *sign mime as well as a range of other physical and visual styles
- Develop skills in adapting texts into a visual narrative style
- Begin an exploration of finding a visual vocabulary and using this to support the development of a narrative
- Respond to a range of stimulus to develop and devise a short theatrical visual narrative
This summer school aims to create an inspiring, challenging and supportive environment for BSL and English speakers to explore, experiment and increase their performance experience.
The course culminates in an informal sharing of the work created during the week for an invited audience.
To apply funding for this course, visit lifelong learning's website.