Cate Blanchett may use her rusty shack for acting workshops

January 11th, 2009 - 3:35 pm ICT by ANI  

Melbourne, January 11 (ANI): Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett may turn her rusty shack to help train budding actors.

The Elizabeth star was said to have kept the ownership of the old woolshed in central western New South Wales a hush-hush matter until now, reported.

According to The Sunday Telegraph, Blanchett has been silently letting students from three Sydney universities to camp at the old station known as Riverslea.

Sydney architect Dylan Gower, allegedly managing the property for the actress, had been unwilling to say much on the activities that took place in the woolshed.

He said: “It’’s still in the development stage, there are a few projects going on and we”re trying to take it to the next level.

“Some of the projects are in relation to architecture and design but we want to take it beyond that. We don”t want any publicity until it gets to the right level.””

However, Sydney Aboriginal designer added: “I believe eventually they want to make it into an educational training facility, perhaps for acting workshops. (ANI)

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