Backbone’s Drama Club is a fun, inclusive, and inspiring space facilitated by professional artists with extensive experience and training. Participants are engaged in a devised theatre making process, where they create original performances, articulating their own ideas and using their own experiences and imaginations.
Participants will engage in a range of different art making techniques and ideas. Drawing, sculpting, painting, installation and performance art with an emphasis on collaboration, concept development and problem solving. Participants will work out individually and collectively different ways of executing and seeing through the art works and art projects that are so clear in our mind’s eye but can sometimes prove tricky to bring into this world.
Take action into your own hands and learn some tricks to bring the most brutal combat to your opponent without any harm at all! This active workshop combines martial arts and acting in the coolest ways possible. Superheros, Ninjas and Extremers – this one is for you.
Philosophy Club is an open space to interrogate ideas, problems and potential solutions. The club encourages children to engage in rigorous debate to develop their critical and creative thinking skills, as well as collaboration, compassion and empathy.
Are you a music nerd looking for a place to talk about, explore, interrogate and play with music? Want to get hands on experience in setting up for gigs and working on events? Want to learn how to promote events? This is a club designed to bring the music aficionados of the next generation together and see what happens next.
Reconnect with food, get your hands dirty and become part of a community development project that grows food for homeless citizens of Brisbane. Explore the life cycle of the planet through composting, growing and reinvigorating the greens at the East Brisbane Bowls Club.
The goal of the workshops is to engage students interested in all disciplines of art in a process of collaborative creativity in a facilitated workshop setting. By the conclusion of the workshops and the term, the students will put together a group showcase or project of their own design utilising the resources available to them at the venue and through networks in the community.
Register online using the form below. Age recommendation is 7-17 for all workshops. We will try to mix different ages where possible, however in general we try to keep similar age groups together and may add additional classes to accommodate.
Cost per term: $300 per club
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