TRANSFORMING TRAUMA INTO ART
With Pablo Gershanik
Schools, like many other social structures, are representations of our society on a smaller scale. Our accomplishments as well as our setbacks, our beliefs, traditions, conflicts, and longings are all part of the everyday stories of our educational communities. Teachers, students, workers, and families all interact to form that community. The methodology behind the “Intimate Models” developed by artist, Pablo Gershanik, aims to create a space for conversation and reconciliation between all members of our educational communities through its three stages: representation, memory, and social relevance. Aimed at: Educators, Pedagogues, parents, artists, and therapists.
Pablo Gershanik. Actor, director, theatrical pedagogue. Graduated fromthe École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq. Acting member of the theatre companies: Cirque Eloize, Compagnie Philippe Genty, Compagnia Finzi Pasca. Director of the program that specializes in Performance and Interpretation with Masks and professor of Performing Arts at the National University of San Martín. Artist at Cent Quatre Paris and at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris. Creator of the Intimate Models methodology.