Masterclass with Pablo Gershanik
INTIMATE MODELS: Art, Trauma & Resilience
This Masterclass will introduce participants to Pablo Gershanik´s project in which Art combined with psychology and human rights create the space to develop resilience in our life. Intimate models works on traumas and painful experiences in order to transform them in aesthetic mechanisms. These experiences may include war, terrorist attacks, social struggles, and migration, as well as more intimate and personal traumas.
Ideal for practitioners (teachers, social workers, therapists, community organizers) seeking a new approach to communities. No prior theatre experience is required.
When and where
Wednesday, 9 December, 2020.
Online: Formaat Zoom platform
About the Facilitator
Pablo Gershanik is an Actor, director, theatrical pedagogue. Graduated from the École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq. Actor of Cirque Eloize, Compagnie Philippe Genty, Compagnia Finzi Pasca. Creator and Director of the Specialization in Performance and Interpretation with Masks and professor of the Degree in Performing Arts of the National University of San Martín.
He’s been teaching physical theatre, clown and object’s theatre for more than 20 years at: Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica of Mexico (National Film School), National University for the Arts, Buenos Aires, Université de Toulon, France, Professional training on puppets theatre at the Théâtre aux Mains Nues, Paris, and the Master in therapeutical mediation thru Art’s Master at the Université de la Côte D’Azur in France. Artist of Cent Quatre Paris and of the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris. Creator of the Intimate Models methodology.