Stuart Harris-Logan

Company Secretary

A graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris and the University of Glasgow, Stuart Harris-Logan retired from performance in 2009 having danced for a number of Europe’s most prestigious ballet and contemporary dance companies. His MPhil thesis, Nuair a bha Gaidhlig aig na h-Eoin, explored the role of mimesis as a method of encoding non-literary information in performance, using bird imitation in Scots Gaelic oral culture as a case study. His present interests include the role of mimetic dance, gesture and masque in central and west African cultures.

Stuart Harris-Logan is Archivist for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, a Trustee of the Thomas Wilson Trust and the Founder and Chair of the Conservatoires’ UK Archives Forum.

Latest News

GNME at PLUG 2019 | Featuring Richard Baker and Phillip Venebles
Published 25 March 2019
Performance 10 May 2019 at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
GNME at Sound Thought: SIGNAL (2018)
Published 22 October 2018
Performance 17 November 2018 at Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow