WORKSHOPS: HOME SCHOOL: CLAY TOGETHER + MAGIC CIRCUS
- 26 Feb 1970 |Book Tickets
Term 3 | Wednesdays | 1 - 2 pm & 2 - 3pm
19 July | 2, 16, 30 August |13 September
$100 for 5 (2 hour) sessions, all materials included
Ages 10 - 14
Clay Together will provide a series of accessible ceramic art projects designed specifically for younger children. These workshops will connect children to 3D exploration within a familiar material and additionally build confidence and techniques in hand working, pinching, glazing and decorating clay art.
Clay Together is facilitated by Kathie Raco.
Kathie is a ceramic artist and founder member of the long established Clayhouse adjacent to CPAC and has extensive experience in facilitating a wide context of ceramic workshops for Clayhouse and Casula Powerhouse.
Magic Circus is a companion program to Drama School After School at Casula Powerhouse. Magic Circus is a great way for children to express themselves and stay physically fit while having fun -improving hand eye co-ordination and critical thinking skills. The program offers an introductory mixture of skills, exercises and fun for children between the ages of 6-9.
In term 3-returning students will learn to master their newfound skills and of course we will be re-capping for new students. We will be tapping into the creative side of storytelling through props and improv character work, putting play into action with a fresh set of practical fun games and activities to get everyone thinking, moving and to develop and showcase their skills.
Magic Circus is facilitated by Rubystar!
Ruby has been performing magic and circus through the art of clowning for 15 years around Australia delighting children of all ages through interactive shows and hands on workshops. Ruby is a regular facilitator at Casula Powerhouse.
Ages10 - 14
Cost$100 for 5 sessions
all materials included
Phone02 9824 1121
WORKSHOPS: TERM 1 HOME SCHOOL: LETTING OFF S.T.E.A.M. (10-14)
4 Apr 2018
10.30am - 12.30pm
This inclusive art and science program will provide older students with innovative ways to examine connections between art making and the sciences.