Rinske Ginsberg trained as an actor at the VCA. She has over 35 years experience as teacher, performer, movement educator and dramaturge in theatre education institutions (VU, Deakin University, VCA&MCM) and in the performing arts industry.
Her performance practice is predicated on motional improvisation, physical theatre and physical approaches to performance making. Most recently she was the movement coach on the award-winning Blood on the Dance Floor (Jacob Boehme/Ilbijerri 2016/17) Rinske is a Master of Theatre Practice (VCAM 2009) and has been a lecturer in movement and performance making in VCA Theatre since 2010. In addition to her academic work, Rinske maintains numerous professional associations in the independent arts community. She currently sits on the Green Room Independent Theatre panel, the Melbourne University Theatre Board and Poppy Seed Artistic panel. She has had a long association with Melbourne Fringe (Board member and Chair 2010- 2013) and was awarded Melbourne Fringe Living Legend Award in 2016. She has consulted to and assessed for various local and state government grant programs including Ian Potter Cultural Trust, City of Melbourne and Creative Victoria. Rinske is currently developing her research into non-verbal communication, physical dramaturgy and the use of theatre training techniques for developing skills in teaching and learning across academic disciplines.
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Lecturer In Theatre
Victorian College Of The Arts
Melbourne Conservatorium Of Music
Melbourne University Theatre Board
Green Room Awards Association Independent Theatre Panel
MASTER OF THEATRE PRACTICE
University of Melbourne