Create Hub Riverina presents Wagga’s first
Multicultural Performing Arts Camp
Images – Jackie Cooper, Sharing Stories, Sharing Place, a collaboration between STARTTS, Create Hub Riverina and The Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre, 2021
WHO’S IT FOR?
Wagga’s Multicultural Performing Arts Camp is a week-long creative engagement program of playwriting, theatre making, sharing culture, and skills building for young people aged 14-18 from a refugee, migrant and first nations background. This program is perfect for upper high school students who have an interest in drama and performing arts. Please only apply if you are available for the full 6-day program and please note that this is not a sleep over style camp. Only 20 spaces are available.
The week will kick off on Monday the 9th January at the Turvey Park Guide Hall in Wagga Wagga. Throughout the week we will explore theatre making, storytelling, drama skill building and have some very special sessions in animation, movement and art making. This is a very comprehensive program that will build your skills as a storyteller, and performer. We will end the week with a performance of our work on the Saturday afternoon/evening (venue TBC.)
This is a fully funded program thanks to the Office for Regional Youth in partnership with Create NSW so there is no charge to participate. We do ask however, a level of commitment and motivation in our students that will ensure the week is energy filled, and the performance outcome is wonderful.
WHEN IS IT?
Monday January 9th – Saturday January 15th, 2023, Monday- Friday 10am-4pm. Saturday, ALL DAY, Performance day!
WHERE IS IT?
Turvey Park Guide Hall, Performance Venue for Saturday TBC. NB: This is not a sleepover camp.
WHO’S RUNING THE SHOW?
HOW DO I APPLY??
As there are limited spaces, we ask that you fill in the following application form by end November 2022.
The Multicultural Performing Arts Camp is part of the Holiday Break program supported by the Office for Regional Youth in partnership with Create NSW.