YOUTH ART WORKSHOPS
Challenge and extend yourself creatively through one of our action packed two-day classes. From street art to screenprinting, our youth classes offer young people the creative freedom to explore new techniques and methods.
The classes are available at low cost and some sponsored spaces are available. If you have a strong desire to do a workshop but you can’t afford to pay the fee, contact Andy on 838 4455 x 201 or email@example.com to apply for a free place. Those who have previously benefited from attending a free place on a youth workshop will not be eligible.
ENROLMENTS ARE ESSENTIAL!
To book you place-
Phone 838 4455
Click here for a list of the workshops available this term
Word Up 2014
Calling all songwriters, rappers, poets and actors! If you are aged between 13 and 20 and write your own material in any word-based genre, then this is your opportunity to prepare for and participate in Word Up! 2014.
Word Up! offers you a platform to perform your work in front of a live, supportive audience, with some great prizes up for grabs. Registration forms are available at www.ceac.org or at the Corban Estate Arts Centre reception. Registration closes on Friday 22 August. There is no charge to enter.
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3D | Youth Performing Arts
This new and exciting practical program starts on March 24 and runs until November 22 at the Corban Estate Arts Centre. It caters to all 15 – 19 year olds, and to all abilities. It runs on a Monday night and Saturday morning, facilitated by Inde.Co, a collective of independent graduates from leading Performing Art institutions all over NZ. Led by Jason Manumu’a and Lavinia ‘Uhila, 3D aims to create safe, nurturing and creative environments for young people to ‘learn through action’, real practical skills for performance in dance, singing and acting.
More information: Email 3Dyoutharts@gmail.com
or Jason Manumua 021 0270 2509
Mixit is a creative project for young people from refugee backgrounds, mixing it up with migrants and locals. It’s about getting more confidence, building your communication skills and expressing yourself. It’s also about meeting new people and networking. Mixit uses dance, drama, music, aerial arts and performance, and as well as weekly workshops, develops a major project with young people every Summer. Mixit meets on Saturday afternoons at Corban Estate Arts Centre.
More information: MIXIT.co.nz Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Phone: 09 838 3095 Mobile: 021 255 7937