Visit by John Lutterbie

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The Centre for Cognition, Kinesthetics and Performance is hosting visiting expert Professor John Lutterbie this week (17-21 March 2014).
Professor Lutterbie, Chair of Theatre Arts and Co-Director of the Centre for Embodied Cognition, Stony Brook University, is visiting the centre as part of a series of interdisciplinary arts/science events. As well as presenting at Kent, he [1]will be delivering talks and workshops on interactions between art and science at local secondary schools.
Professor Lutterbie’s visit coincides with the launch of results for the AHRC-funded Imagining Autism project, a collaboration between Drama and Psychology.
Events include:
  • KIASH Lecture, Jarman Studio 2, KIASH Lecture. ‘Toward a Time-based Aesthetics: Performance and the Experience of Art’ on Wednesday 19 March, from 5.30-7pm.
  • Imagining Autism [2]: Exploding the Myths: film screening and announcement of results on Friday 21 March 2014, from 6-8 pm in the Gulbenkian Cinema. As well as the film documentary screening (by Sarah Turner and Nicola Shaughnessy), this event includes presentations by the research team and contributions from the novelist (and Kent graduate) David Mitchell (editor of The Reason I Jump) and Adam Ockelford (music and autism expert).
  • For more information about these events, including abstracts and speaker biographies, visit [3].
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