Dreamwork for Actors and Artists mit Ken Barnett

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In-Person: Dreamwork for Actors and Artists

mit Ken Barnett

In this workshop, participants will be engaging with fresh material from their unconscious as delivered by a dream. This potent material provides the opportunity to drop into our most intimate inner lives.

Working physically, participants will be guided to ask the thinking mind to soften in order to invite the truth held in the body to express freely.

Discover what is within you that is longing to be expressed in your creative work, and unveil the patterns of thinking or behavior that are limiting you in your capacity for full expression.

“The dream is a theater in which the dreamer is himself the scene,

the player, the prompter, the author, the producer, the public and the critic.”

Carl Gustav Jung

What is standing in your way in your acting/writing/creative work?
What might you be holding on to that you no longer need?

By engaging with one’s own dream material, the artist learns tools that can then be applied to any script or creative effort in order to deepen the personal connection to your work. As is true with each dream, each role or project becomes a new opportunity to learn, grow, and move towards wholeness.

This course is appropriate for beginners as well as people with prior experience with Dreamwork. Participants will have the opportunity to explore a dream or a current creative project. While the workshop is designed for actors, artists of all disciplines are encouraged to attend. The intimate size of this intensive workshop enables us to establish a powerful container for exploring the unconscious material that wants to come through. Please plan to attend all sessions.

Ken is an actor, director, acting coach, and teacher of Dreamwork for Artists. He studied and trained extensively under his mentor, Kim Gillingham, in Los Angeles, and he has furthered his study of Dreamwork with the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association of New York, the C.G. Jung Foundation, and Pacifica Graduate Institute. Ken has been coaching privately and teaching workshops in New York and LA for over a decade. He has worked with actors, writers, and artists of various disciplines who are interested in exploring the unconscious. Ken has been honored to lead workshops at training programs and retreat centers such as The Actors Center Workshop Company, The National Alliance of Acting Teachers, New York Stage & Film’s Powerhouse Summer Training Program, The Lucid Body House, and Space on Ryder Farm. dreamwork.nyc

As an actor, Ken has worked professionally in NYC and LA for over twenty-five years, performing on and off Broadway and in TV & film. He has originated roles at the Public, Playwrights Horizons, the Rattlestick, the Vineyard, HERE, and the Geffen Playhouse, among others. Favorite TV/film work includes the award-winning short film, Lavender, and roles on Mad Men, Mozart in the Jungle, House of Cards, & High Maintenance.

Article in English Dreamwork (Guardian) – Artikel auf Deutsch Traumarbeit (Esquire)

“Dreamwork with Ken is absolutely transformational. Ken’s workshop helped me find my way into my work in the deepest and most direct way I’ve experienced in years. Dreamwork bypasses the limitations of thinking about acting preparation, and dives into that so often inaccessible creative pool. Ken is a gentle, respectful and reassuring guide into wonderful realms. I will use this approach in all of my work from here on. Do this; it’s amazing.”Becky L.
““Prior to working with Ken, my ability to consistently access a deep emotional connection to story and character felt stuck. I knew I needed a new approach. Ken is not only highly adept at laying a path to access the unconscious, but his compassion and keen observational skills make for a safe and wholly satisfying actor/teacher relationship. It is often said that we, as actors, are charged with excavating emotional truths. With Ken, ‘excavating’ becomes a process by which the guide (Ken) leads you straight to the site with the greatest riches, and aids you in carefully and methodically sweeping away the debris to reveal the gold that awaits you.”” – Welker W.
“Ken Barnett is a gift to artists looking for deeper contact with themselves in their creative work. He is an intuitive, intelligent, kind-hearted guide into the subconscious. I feel safe and seen in his hands, and able to explore my dreams and work in a way that feels true. Ever grateful for his guidance in this work.”Sarah B.
Ort: Schott Acting Studio
Termin (In-Person): 4. bis 10. Mai | 5,5 Tage
Zeiten: Samstag, 17:00 bis 20:00 und So., Mo., Di., Do., Fr. von 12:00 bis 18:00 Uhr CET
(Mittwoch frei – Raum kann für eigene Proben und Vorbereitungen der Arbeiten genutzt werden)
Normale Gebühr: 855 Euro inkl. MwSt. 19%
Frühbucher: 785 Euro inkl. MwSt. 19%
Sofortbuchergebühr: 695 Euro inkl. MwSt. 19%
(* Zahlung in 2 Raten möglich)
Gruppengröße: Begrenzt auf 16 Teilnehmer*innen
Sprache: Englisch
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Förderung: GVL (30%)
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(BFFS, Interessenverband Deutscher Schauspieler e.V., Verdi, Ensemble Netzwerk, SBKV – Schweizer Bühnenkünstler Verband, VÖFS – Verband österreichischer SchauspielerInnen, SSFV – Filmschauspieler, ACT – Berufsverband der Freien Theaterschaffenden, BFDK – Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste, Bundesverband Regie, ADA – Österreichischer Regieverband, Verband Filmregie Österreich Verband Deutscher Drehbuchautoren e.V., Verband für Film – und Fernsehdramaturgie e.V., Drehbuchverband Austria, Verband Österreichischer Film-Autoren (VÖFA), Interessenverband Synchronschauspieler e.V., Bundesverband Theaterpädagogik e.V.)


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