Since 2001, Paul Hurley has taught in education and art institutions across the UK and internationally, on the subject of live and performance art practice and theory. As well as a number of visiting and sessional appointments at Colleges and Universities, Paul has since 2009 been running the Live Art Crash Course. The Crash Course is an intensive and adaptable workshop covering different aspects of live and performance art. Workshops can run for as short as three hours or as long as a week, are tailored to suit participants – undergraduates, postgraduates, professional artists and general public – and typically involve a balance of presentation, discussion and practical exercises. To discuss workshop options, rates and availability, please get in touch via the contact form on the About page.
Teaching Experience :
October 2014 – present – Associate Lecturer in Visual Culture, University of the West of England.
March 2013 – Convener and facilitator, Live Art Crash Course, in partnership with Compass Live Art, Leeds, Sheffield and York.
March 2011 – Visiting Artist, BA Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practices, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee.
January – March 2011 – Convenor and workshop leader of Live Art Crash Course, Arnolfini, Bristol, also run at Performance Platform, Dundee.
April 2008 – March 2011 Visiting Artist, BA Fine Art, BTEC Art & Design, South Essex College.
February 2008 – March 2011 – Visiting Artist on MA Performance Research and BA Drama, University of Bristol.
October 2009 – March 2010 – Co-convener and Teacher on Access to Bristol, Widening Participation programme, University of Bristol.
April – May 2008 – Completed Learning and Teaching in Higher Education programme, School of Education, University of Bristol.
November 2007 – Visiting Artist, Cégep Jonquière, Québec, Canada.
May 2006 – Visiting Artist, Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow.
March 2006 – Visiting Teacher to MA Arts Management, Dartington College of Art, Devon.