Join us in Professional Talk with Ju Row Farr, founder member of Blast Theory, and Mirko Stojković, to find out about her point of view to gaming world.

Biography about Ju Row Farr 

Ju Row Farr is one of the founder members of Blast Theory. She trained to be a dancer until she was 20, then went to Canterbury College of Art to do a BTEC and Goldsmiths to do a degree in fine art and textiles.

She has taught and mentored extensively around the work of the Blast Theory, most notably a module in devising at De Montfort University, Leicester and mentoring artists in Australia and the UK. In 2000 she was one of seven live artists involved in the Legacy Project – based at Arnolfini and Prema.  In 2001 she received a Live Art Development Agency bursary for professional development. During the same year she was commissioned by the Robert Pacitti Company to make Ease a short video work.
In 2006 she took part in a creative cross-disciplinary lab called Concepting Pervasive Multi-User Applications organised by Sagasnet.

Ju Row Farr has sat on panels including for the Combined Arts Fund at Arts Council England and Shooting Live Artists.

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