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Workshop Experience and Teaching Experience
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Sally Ingleton

Workshop Coordination and Teaching Experience
 
2010-11 Coordinator Screen Territory/Screen Australia Realisator documentary screenwriting and production workshops Northern Territory.
 
2006-7 Lecturer RMIT Documentary Screenwriting
Short Course Coordinator Melbourne AFTRS Pitching the Documentary
 
2005 Short Course Coordinator Sydney AFTRS Pitching the Documentary
Short Course Coordinator Melbourne AFTRS Financing Documentary
Short Course Coordinator Melbourne AFTRS Pitching the documentary
 
2004 Course Coordinator Melbourne AFTRS Pitching the documentary
 
2003 Supervising Producer Documentary. School of Film and Television, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. I was in charge of supervising the Major productions for 10 post-graduate documentary students
 
2001 Course Coordinator ABCTV ‘Race Around Oz’ contestants
 
1999 Lecturer/Supervising Producer. (Part time) Post Graduate Documentary, Film and Television Victorian College of the Arts, Uni. of Melbourne.
 
1998 Coordinated short courses for AFTRS; and a Documentary Production workshop in Seoul, South Korea funded by the Australian Embassy, Seoul.
 
1997 Consultancy work included lecturing and course coordination at AFTRS; RMIT; Open Channel.
Taught Documentary filmmaking in Beijing, China with 20 participants. Funded by Australian Embassy, Beijing.
 
1993 Artist In Residence, Eltham High School
 
1987 Artist In Residence, Sanderson High School Darwin, Northern Territory
 
1985/86 Sessional Lecturer Educational Sociology, Melbourne University.
Freelance Tutor in Video Production, Open Channel
Video Project Officer with Ministry of Education.
Produced Student video magazine with students from over 15 schools in Melbourne's Western region. Helped staff incorporate video production into the curriculum
 
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