Riot Project – Initial research

Quotes from accounts

Columns of smoke

scene of turmoil and desolation.

a dense black mass of human beings more like wild beasts shrieking and howling.

Research Links

http://www.nottinghampost.com/Bygones-day-rioters-burnt-Castle/story-12218039-detail/story.html

(explains about what happened during the riot of 1831)

http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/Riot1831

(website for the exhibition that we are performing at)

Nottingham Castle on fire, 10 October 1831.

http://www.nottsheritagegateway.org.uk/themes/riot.htm

http://native.artsdigitalrnd.org.uk/features/nottingham-project-feature/

 

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Riot project – ideas for perfomance

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Riot Project – Carnival Research

Tim Hill

http://www.tongues-of-fire.co.uk/music.html

 

Skills Week Scenic Painting at Nottingham Playhouse

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Placement With Dorrie Scott

I worked as design assistant for Dorrie Scott on Dr Faustus at Lakeside Arts Theatre.

When I arrived she had already designed most of the set so I helped to make the final model. Researching images, model making and painting the model.

I spent a lot of time researching costume references and drawing elements of costume Dorrie’s drawings.

While with Dorrie, I presented the model and drawing with her to the Production manger, Director and Construction company.

I assisted Dorrie with souring costume, props and elements of set online and at various supplier such as the scrap store and Anchor Supplies.

I returned during production process to help paint the set. I painted all of the wooden aspects of the set along with Dorrie and Clare and Sarah from Nottingham Playhouse.

Finding Home @ The Apex

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