• Date and time: Wednesday November 28, 2018 10:00 am — 4:00 pm Add to calendar
  • Location: Faculty of Fine Arts and Music: Southbank Campus Movement Studio (The Red Shed)
    G05 in building 871
    Southbank Campus
    Faculty of Fine Arts and Music: University of Melbourne
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The Arts Wellbeing Collective is proud to partner with the Equity Foundation, Film Victoria and Creative Victoria to present a series of workshops and seminars with one of the world’s leading intimacy coordinators, Ita O’Brien.

**Attendance is by application only**

Expressions of Interest for this workshop have now closed. 

[This workshop is for screen industry. For theatre industry, click here]

During this six-hour workshop 10 actors and 5 directors/movement directors will become familiar with Ita’s approach to Intimacy on Set and will have the opportunity to workshop scenes in a controlled environment. Ita will spend time with each participant workshopping approaches to intimacy.

With theatre, TV, and film demanding ever more nudity and sexual content, how do actors and directors work to serve the production, and support the actor. This is a workshop for actors and directors interested in exploring clear guidelines when working with intimacy, and scenes with sexual content.

The actor and director will gain key insights into how to approach intimacy, simulated sex scenes and nudity for theatre, and film, empowering you with clear guidelines when approaching this work.

Click here to find out more.

Venue space generously provided by the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music – an Arts Wellbeing Collective member organisation

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