Daniel Stolfi Workshop
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This workshop can accommodate up to 24 people
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Workshop description: The aim of the workshop is to look at how puppetry can be used therapeutically to explore subjectivities of physical and psychological trauma experience and healing in the context of political/terrorist violence. Drawing on a real-life case, participants will use puppetry and puppet-artefacts to engage with the workshop theme. By using the puppet as an analogy of the human body and as a metaphor of the self, participants will be invited to engage with the creative process through a series of improvised exercises, short performances, and critical reflections as they investigate this complex topic.
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The workshop forms part of an on-going, independent research project into the therapeutic uses of puppetry with trauma victims. While the session is aimed at a broad audience, it will be of interest to those wanting to know more about how puppetry can be used as a dramatherapy medium and as an example of ethnographic performance. No prior knowledge or experience of dramatherapy, anthropology, or, indeed, puppetry is required.
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1Amy Franczak
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2Dinah Mason
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3Rosemary Mulryan
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4Jose Emilio Bencosme Zayas
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5Jennie Rawling
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6Katie Williams
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7Peter Reynolds
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8Riku Laakkonen
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