Workshop Re-Imagine Yourself

Workshop (c) Azeem Hamid

Friday, 21. July 2017, 09:00am to 04:00pm.

Goethe Hall

Workshop with Azeem Hamid

The focus of the workshop is to create a narrative through visual imagery and analytically interpreting it through the use of body and expressions; hence, creating characters through individual observation and imagination. Understanding the role of characters in society and how they are manipulated, recreated and re-imaged.
The workshop covers core metrics such as trust and confidence building, understanding the use of language (non-verbal / verbal), critical thinking achieved through improvisation given a specific structure and enhancing leadership skills while developing your own characteristics / character.
The workshop aims at three components which are Critical/Responsive, Creative/Productive and Critical/Historical.
Instructor: Azeem Hamid
Starting his career in 2005, Azeem initially worked helping to create active citizens across South Asia. As his interest in theatre and visual arts grew, he chose to complete his BDes. Visual Communication Design.
Under the banner of Independent Theatre, he has delivered over 50+ workshops and has directed and produced more than 20 theatrical productions to date.
He is currently working with a number of national school and college networks to develop and aid their theatre programmes and annual performances and is the Curriculum Advisor / Developer for Theatre at The Alpha School (The City School network) and lecturer at Theatre, Film & Television department of Beaconhouse National University – the first liberal arts university in Pakistan. He’s also the founder of ASSITEJ International – Pakistan National Centre.