We've pulled together some activities to help entertain and inspire the kids these school holidays.
As COVID still impacts many face to face activities we've found some you can enjoy online including our own Kinder Kulture at Home series!
Murray Arts would love to see photos of what you create so tag us in social media.
KINDER KULTURE AT HOME
Kinder Kulture is Murray Arts & burraja gallery’s annual kinder & pre-school education program, which see’s local First Nation artists deliver interactive, fun and engaging workshops for our regions young ones. These workshops are developed to give children a better understanding of Aboriginal culture and to educate and celebrate Aboriginal arts and culture as part of NAIDOC week acknowledgement. This year, as we have not been able to visit our local early learning centres and in response, we have developed Kinder Kulture At Home, a series of interactive workshops led by local artist & Curator of burraja gallery Bethany Thornber (Wiradjuri) and directed by Murray Arts Aboriginal Arts Officer Tiffany Ward (Yorta Yorta). These digital workshops are designed for young ones but can equally be enjoyed by those young at heart. Follow along at home and learn how to make bush dolls, pinch pots and story trees.
Join burraja gallery online for 3 episodes of Kinder Kulture
HOTHOUSE THEATRE JULY HOLIDAY WORKSHOP
This July school holidays, the Butter Factory Theatre will explore ‘the new normal’ and view the world we live in from new angles with new adventures. Let’s get back out into the big wide world, from the safety of the theatre!
In order to provide a safe working environment for participants, HotHouse Theatre will be offering a series of one-day intensive focused on creating and performing a monologue or duologue for students aged 8-18 years old.
Each day is separated into age ranges and will be limited to 4 people maximum to comply with COVID safety protocols.
At the end of each intensive, students’ performances will be filmed. At the end of the week, all creations will be collated and live-streamed as a single presentation at 4:00 PM on Friday 10 July to share with friends and family.
This workshop will focus on the following theatre techniques:
Working to Camera
Session 1: 8-12 years old – Monday 6 July, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Session 2: 10-14 years old – Tuesday 7 July 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Session 3: 12-15 years old – Wednesday 8 July 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Session 4. 15-18 years old – Thursday 9 July 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Livestream Friday July 10 4pm (Zoom catch up’s may be required during the day.)
Mountain Goat Mountain is an audio-led theatre experience for families to do in their home together.
With guided activities that help families set up, and step into their own imaginative world, Mountain Goat Mountain is a unique experience for adults and children to do together that provides space for creative connection through play and imagination.
P.S. I did Mountain Goat Mountain recently with friends and LOVED it. Don't be surprised if the adults enjoy it as much (or in my case, more, than the kids!) Nat
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