Anna-Maria Pego Pineiro is studying BA Theatre and Performance studies at Guildford School of Acting and will be completing her placement year as a Blast Theory volunteer until August 2018.
As I am still an Undergraduate, I am always exploring new and different forms of Theatre so that I am able to find out more about myself as an artist.
(UK) November – December 2016
Jack is a recent MA graduate in Cities and Cultures from Queen Mary University of London, having previously read Geography at the University of Cambridge.
(UK) September – October 2016
I am drawn to artistic mediums that use the audience in an socially engaging way.
(US/TW) July – August 2016
Kaylene is an Industrial Designer by training, which means she makes physical products that solve problems.
(LT) May – June 2016
Rimas works as a Producer for Lithuanian National Theatre.
(UK) February – April 2016
Tom is a recent graduate from the BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College in South London.
(SP) November-December 2015
Rosa is a recent graduate from the MA in Digital Games: Theory and Design from Brunel University London.
(UK) July – August 2015
Cash is an Illustrator from Northern Ireland, who studied at the University of Brighton.
(UK) April – June 2015
Katie Dale-Everett is a freelance dance artist working within the fields of choreography, teaching and performing.
(UK) April-May 2015
Alice Green’s creative work is mainly with photography.
(UK) January – February 2015
Sophie’s work has research themes at its heart, and uses writing, drawing, audio and video to articulate the process.
(UK): November – December 2014
Dan is an artist whose practice addresses the impact of technology on our society, investigating the increasingly blurring boundaries between the real and the virtual.
(SP): August – October 2014
Matias studied choreography, theatre and filmmaking at SNDO, university for choreography and performance art in Amsterdam.
(ISR): June – July 2014
Liat completed her BA in Contemporary Media Practice at the University of Westminster in 2013, where she focussed on new media projects that included live experiences and interactive art.
(BRA): March – May 2014
Vanessa was born in Brazil but is living in Spain, where she is doing a PhD at Pompeu Fabra University.
(UK): June – July 2013
Harvey is a designer and film-maker, whose personal work tends to explore our emotional connection to spaces, in particular those that are lost or widely neglected.
(UK): April – May 2013
Oscar’s first encounter with Blast Theory was in 2007 when he strolled into Lighthouse Brighton to take part in Day Of The Figurines.
(AUS): October – December 2012
Grant is a performance and media artist from Sydney Australia working with interactive forms in order to increase agency and encourage a playful disregard for warranties and social norms.
(UK): January – February 2012
Hannah is a graduate of Drama with Creative Writing at the University of the West of England.
(AUS): August – October 2011
Sandra Carluccio applied for an Internship in July 2010 round and spent 10 weeks with Blast Theory in 2011.
(UK): June – July 2011
Lukus first met Blast Theory in Falmouth (Cornwall) where he volunteered for front of house and technical work on the presentation of Rider Spoke at Falmouth University in March 2011.
(UK): January – February 2011
Whilst studying for an MA at Goldsmiths in 2010, Emilie Giles attended a Guest Lecture by Blast Theory Executive Producer Julianne Pierce.
(ITA): October – December 2010
My foundation studies are an interdisciplinary BA in graphic and product design at Bolzano/Bozen, a small trilingual university in South Tyrol (German-speaking region in the Northern Italy).