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Artist Information : Idit Nathan
 
Category : Music/Theatre  
Preferred age groups : All ages  
Maximum group size : 30  
Workshop Proposals : Lets Play - Theatre Related workshops – Masks, Stages and Costumes
Then & Now – Archaeology as a Detective Story
Taking archaeology and local history as a starting point:
Digging for Gold – Pupils participate in a ‘fake dig’ & record, describe & display things they find.
Archaeology as Detective Story – Pupils will look at Photos, guess what objects were used for and create stories or sketches about bits of archaeology to reconstruct the whole.  
Education/ 
Qualifications :
MA Gallery Studies Essex University
MA Theatre Design at Wimbledon School of Art
BA Stage Design in the Faculty of Performing Arts, tel Aviv University  
Work Experience : Curated ‘Beneath the Surface – The Exhibition’ – Archaeological finds exhibited in community sites.
Residency at St Bedes Inter-Church School (Journey in a Box)Scenographer in the UK for 20 productions with leading British Directors & Theatre Companies
Collaboration with Classworks Theatre & Cambridge’s Youth Theatre. (including workshops & residencies)
Teaching at Dartington College of Art, De Montford University, Malbank County High School, Southwark College, Wimbledon School of Art (Lectures, workshops, Studio-based projects).  
 
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