Jess Thorpe is co-Artistic Director of the creative partnership Glas(s) Performance as well co founder and facilitator of Junction 25.
Alongside this work she is currently working part time as Lecturer in the Arts in Social Justice at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she designs and delivers creative projects in prisons and with communities affected by crime. She is also a founder of SPAN (Scottish Prison Arts Network) which is organization dedicated to developing work in Scottish Prisons and post release.
Jess is a trustee and staff member for the International Schools Theatre Association where I have led projects in Thailand, Maylasia and Russia.
Tashi Gore is co-Artistic Director of the company Glas(s) Performance and co – founder of Junction 25 a company of young people producing original performance works at Tramway in Glasgow.
Tashi has produced, directed and consulted on projects with a number of companies including; National Theatre Scotland, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Promote YT (Scotland). Alongside running Glas(s) Performance and Junction 25 she also currently works as a Visiting Lecturer with students on the Contemporary Performance Practice Programme at the RCS as well as a freelance producer