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Ms Sarah Hogarth

Biography

Sarah is a creative producer and director. She creates interactive performances that challenge the boundaries between the spectator and the performer. She is particularly interested in One to One performance and the role the spectator plays as co-creator within the form. Her performance work allows space for audience members stories, memories and actions to contribute to the unfolding narrative. She has vast experience of creating theatre with and for young people, examples of this includes working with Creative Partnerships producing bespoke projects in a range of school settings and also devising issue based drama for secondary schools. She has also worked as a Creative Education Producer for Liverpool Culture Company and was part of developing a wide range of participatory experiences and projects as part of Liverpool European Capital of Culture.

Degrees

2010, The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Liverpool, United Kingdom, Masters in Contemporary Theatre
1999, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, BA HONS Drama

Academic appointments

Lecturer, Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA), 2012 - 2013

Postgraduate training

Masters in Contemporary Performance, United Kingdom, Liverpool Institution of Performing Arts, ? - present

Publications

Journal article

Hogarth SE, Bramley E, Howson-Griffiths T. 2018. Immersive Worlds: an exploration of how performers facilitate the Three Worlds in Immersive Performance Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 9 :189-202 >DOI

Chapters

Hogarth SE, Bramley E. 2016. One to One Performance: Who is in charge Reason M, Mølle Lindelof A. Experiencing Liveness in Contemporary Performance :137-142 Routledge >Link

Performance

Hogarth S. Tomorrow Night

Hogarth SE, Bramley E, Crowthler S, Hull S. Most Things are Quiet

Hogarth SE, Hull S. Rose and Geoff >Link

Hogarth SE. Control 25 >Link

Hogarth SE, Bramley E. Pram Talks >Link

Engagement & Impact

Research Grants Awarded:

QR Funding, The Iron Door:The lost Nightclub, Dr.Andrew Sherlock, Grant value (£): £2,000.00

QR Funding, ‘Sleepover’, an interactive performance about periods: Developing creative methodologies to capture the impact of the performance on participants’ lives., Grant value (£): £1,800.00, Duration of research project: 12 months

Awards for All, Junk Food Generation, Grant value (£): £10,000

Awards for All, Ultra Violet Kiss, Grant value (£): £5,000

Awards for All, Deafening Silence, Grant value (£): £10,000.00

ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND, Control 25, Grant value (£): £11.000.00