Best Practices in Intimacy
with Amanda K Cole
This workshop addresses the fundamentals of consent work in the creative work spaces. Participants will learn: best practices for intimacy and consent work for both the rehearsal and performance process; insight into the cultural shift of the intimacy direction movement; and opportunities to explore how intimacy and consent practice work in congruence with the need for more ethical and informed creative spaces.
April 29, Thursday (1 Class)
*Content warning: class material includes references to sexual violence and trauma.
Suggested Accompanying Class: Who is Drag, and What am I?, Developing Solo Work, Acting I, II, The Art of Acting or Acting in the Zoomiverse or Book Club: BIPOC Playwrights Take On
Amanda K Cole
Amanda (they/them/she/her) is an intimacy and movement director, choreographer, and advocate. They are a resident artist and intimacy choreographer at ART. Through their intimacy work, Amanda advocates for safe, respectful and trauma-informed practice around the staging of intimacy and other heightened or...read more
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