CAN and Diversity Arts Australia have extended the EOI period for the upcoming Stories From The Future workshops. This workshop series will invite culturally diverse creatives and arts workers to imagine a timeline towards an equitable culturally diverse arts future in Australia.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to work with International performer and teacher Annie Stainer as she presents her much anticipated Physical Theatre course ‘The Performers Craft’. Perfect for physical theatre and circus performers, actors, dancers, singers and musicians as well as those wishing to enhance and expand their creative palette. Workshop will include: Creative Movement, Physical Theatre, Mime, Feldenkrais, Improvisation and Dance.
Tired of wasting your money on school holiday programs your kids don’t even want to go to? We can help!
Fire Tech offer innovative and interactive workshops for curious young kids through to savvy teens. We help shift kids from being passive consumers of technology, to developers and producers of digital tech with real-life application. Fire Tech is Perth’s leading provider of creative and technical workshops covering areas such as coding, building and flying drones, mastering Minecraft, web design, vlogging, animation, digital music production, and digital photography using the latest Canon DSLR cameras.
Keep your cool and beat the heat on March 10 as the annual Splashfest takes over Swanbourne Reserve, presented by the City of Nedlands and Nedlands Youth Advisory Council.
From 2pm-5pm, it’s an afternoon of free fun in the sun with water, water everywhere across a variety of slides, rides, games, stalls and more.
If you're looking for something to do this January, places are still available for fun school holiday classes at the Tresillian Arts Centre.
Whether it’s origami, sculpture, mosaics, succulents, printmaking, fine art, embroidery, sewing or learning more about artists, talented tutors are on hand to deliver classes for ages five up to 17.
An all-day festival for teens that teaches empowerment through writing and sharing stories.
Join theatre-maker Phoebe Sullivan for an exploration into generating material that has meaning to you. The workshop will provide participants with tools to assist in developing content and connecting your art practice to what matters to you. Open to artists of all disciplines and levels of experience.
Collaborate with creative portrait, fashion and fine art photographer Tasha Faye on a photo shoot!
Work with an expert team to create and run an escape room game. Merging the digital and the physical with augmented reality technology, you'll create fiendish puzzles, mysterious storylines and beautiful pieces of visual and written art, all stitched together into an immersive game experience where players get locked in a room and have to solve a series of puzzles to escape.
Take your story from the page to the stage in this two part workshop, focusing on how to write your story into a poem. Internationally renowned performance poet and educator Zainab Syed will lead you through writing exercises to find a story you want to tell, guide you on how to tell it best, ending with performance techniques on how to perform your story on a stage to share with everyone.
Join us for a free spoken word workshop series facilitated by Sukhjit Khalsa and Abdulrahman Hammoud, where you can connect with other young people (aged 15+) from diverse cultures and faiths to create new expressions in spoken word poetry.
This workshop series offers young people aged 11 – 25 a chance to learn about the skills of the future with seventeen-year-old inventor, social entrepreneur and educational pioneer Taj Pabari and the Fiftysix Creations team.
Create fun and artistic self-portrait artworks by scarring your photo with light! Using light painting techniques merged with self-portraits, participants will capture, paint and print artworks of light.
As part of the Local Creatives Series, Sunday Soldiers will be facilitating a workshop that introduces participants to social media and how to market your world-changing project.
A holiday workshop that encourages creativity, confidence and imagination! Opening the world of puppetry up to children between the ages 4-12. Not only will they build a puppet but they will also seeing our current show and meet the performers.
The search is on for Australia’s funniest teens! Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s national secondary school comedy competition is open to people aged 14 - 18. You can register your stand-up, sketch, physical or musical act for free, or be part of the audience!
fter-school Improv Classes for Kids and Teens. Process-driven drama for creativity and fun.
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