With guest artist Efren Pamilacan
This is the perfect workshop for anyone interested in developing producing skills. We’ll cover key topics to help you with the nuts and bolts of getting on with it and getting things done! Whether you’re a first-time producer, need a skills injection, or are leading a student theatre company or your college production – come armed with your questions and learn tools to be organised, tips for healthy working relationships and more.
When: Wed 4 Aug, 1:30-3pm
Capacity is strictly limited. If you sign up, please make sure you can attend. If something comes up and you can no longer attend, please cancel your ticket so we can give your spot to someone else.
Efren Pamilacan is a dance maker and independent producer of Filipino decent living on the unceded lands of the Kulin nation. His work crosses cultural and social spheres intersecting between hip-hop culture, underground dance forms and the contemporary arts sector and aims to create space for new dance communities to thrive.
As a dancer and dance maker, Efren is a member of Jigsaw Sneakers, director of 9DIMES, founder of City Sessions and Cofounder of Cypher Culture.
As an independent producer, he is currently supporting independent artists / collectives: Lay the Mystic, Saluhan – Filipino contemporary arts collective; and House of Dévine.
Academically, Efren is a graduate of Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) and currently assisting with the integration of Street Dance forms to VCA Dance.
In addition, Efren is the Youth Arts Coordinator for L2R Dance, a not-for-profit organisation providing free dance workshops and mentoring to young people in the west.
Participation in Workshops and Masterclasses is open to all University of Melbourne students.
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We acknowledge the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations as the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live, work, and learn. We pay our respects to the Elders past, present, and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded. This always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.