Lessac Training and Research Institute
December 06, 2017
6.0 X 0.75 X 9.0 inches | 1.07 pounds
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About the Author
Marth Munro (PhD) specializes in bodymind and voice in behaviour and performance. She is a Lessac Master Teacher(R). She received the LTRI Leadership Award in 2016. She was one of the editors of the Lessac Festschrift (2009). She was associate editor of several Voice and Speech Reviews (1999-2006). She has taught in South Africa, United States of America, andCroatia. She is also a Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst(TM), Certified NLP Business, Executive and Life Coach, Qualified Sound Therapist, Qualified Hatha Yoga Teacher and a Bio-, Neurofeedback practitioner. She is a professor extraordinaire at the Drama Department, University of Pretoria. She teaches Performance voice, movement and acting. She facilitates workshops in business communication and emotional competence. She still finds time for various artistic endeavors and practice-based research publications.
Sean Turner (PhD) has degrees in Literacy, Special Education, and Theatre Arts. He is a Lessac-Certified Trainer(R) and has been Managing Director of Lessac Training and Research Institute (LTRI) since 2013. He was one of the editors of the Lessac Festschrift (2009). He has presented and published nationally and internationally around arts based research/education. His research interests include interdisciplinary approaches towards Kinesensics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Social Learning, Multimodality, New Literacies, Special Education and Arts Based Education. Sean currently collaborates on multiple arts based programs throughout the country and teaches at Hunter College, Mercy College, and Innovation Diploma High School. He is a current member of the LTRI Research Committee and served as the President of LTRI from 2012-2013.
Allan Munro holds a PhD in Theater from The Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio). He was Chair of the Drama Department, Pretoria University before becoming the Research Professor in the Faculty of the Arts at the Tshwane University of Technology. Currently he is a Professor in the Department of Visual Arts and Design, Vaal University of Technology. His life-long task has been to 'demystify' research in the Arts. To this end he has published a book entitled Research Methods in the Arts: a Guiding Manual (2014). He served on the ministerial subcommittee in Higher Education interrogating systems of recognizing creative outputs as research outputs. He has supervised (and is still supervising) Masters and Doctoral work in Fine Arts, Music, Photography, Film, Theatre, Theatre Technology, Graphic Design and Fashion. He was one of the editors of the Lessac Festschrift (2009). He has directed numerous plays, and has written some 12 plays.