Take a tour of the Glasshouse – come back stage and see firsthand the technical equipment and areas of a performing arts venue.
This exhibition features new works created by the celebrated Australian artists Wendy Sharpe and Bernard Ollis during their recent travels through Syria, Iran, Egypt, Morocco and Central Asia.
Free Gallery entry
John Mawurndjul AM is celebrated for his mastery of rarrk and his depiction of djang, a tradition shared by generations of Kuninjku artists.
In this workshop students will explore basic elements of choreography such as shape, rhythm, gesture and tempo.
Explore storytelling through movement in this workshop. Students will create and perform their own story using the framework of themes from the central work of the Gala performance, Armistice.
The workshops cover plot synopsis, character journeys and design images from the production, Much Ado About Nothing. Students from regional schools are eligible to audition for the John Bell Scholarship.
A workshop specifically designed for students with sensory processing disorders such as autism.
A classical technique masterclass with a professional dancer from one of the four professional companies performing in A Gala Night at the Ballet.
This program aims to build confidence in the delivery of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander content in the classroom.
A showcase of classical & contemporary dance, featuring some of Australia’s most sought after performers in a collaboration between professional dance companies and local dance education.
Primary $7, Secondary $12
The workshop will examine the experience of the audience through direct connection with artworks, analyse wall labels, artist statements and curatorial texts.
Two highly skilled performers from The Twits will have children brainstorming, creating, making and performing.
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