David teaches in the UK and Internationally. He has led workshops at the Prague Quadrennial, Royal College of Art, Queen Mary University of London, University of Birmingam, University of Surrey, University of Winchester and is visiting Lecturer at The School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds.
Leeds Confidentials, Interview with David Shearing, INCREDIBLE THINGS, http://confidentials.com/leeds/interview-david-shearing-incredible-things
East Street Arts, Interview, ‘Christmas with us’, http://eaststreetarts.org.uk/news/david-shearing-interview-christmas-with-us/
Blouin Art, ‘The Weather Cafe responses to the emotional climate of the city’ http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1349429/the-weather-cafe-responds-to-emotional-climates-in-leeds-uk
Yorkshire Evening Post, ‘The Weather Cafe First Look Video’, http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/news/video-first-look-at-leeds-s-new-major-artwork-the-weather-cafe-1-7760877 (2016)
Huffington Post, Immersive Theatre: David Shearing ‘The Weather Machine’, (2015)
BBC NEWS, ‘Is London the capital of new escapism?‘, (2014)
IdeasTaps, ‘Sky Academy Scholarship Interview’ (2014)
World Stage Design Announcement, School of Performance and Cultural Industries.
Culture Vulture, ‘and it all comes down to this… preview’ (2012)
Shearing, D, (2017), ‘Audience Immersion, Mindfulness and the Experience of Scenography’, in Scenography Expanded: An Introduction to Contemporary Performance Design. Performance and Design. London: Bloomsbury Methuen. https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/scenography-expanded-9781474244398/
Shearing, D (2015), ‘Audience Immersion and the Experience of Scenography’ (PhD), University of Leeds. http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/9467/
Shearing, D, (2015) ‘Immersive theatre: the voyeur within‘, in Rodosthenous G (eds.) Theatre as Voyeurism: The Pleasure(s) of watching. Palgrave Macmillan (2015) http://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9781137478801
Shearing, D (2014), ‘Scenographic Landscapes’, Studies in Theatre and Performance, Routledge pp 1-15,
Shearing, D (2013), ‘This rise of immersive theatre puts design in the spotlight’, World Stage Design,