Workshops 

Murray Arts is raising the bar on inspiring participation in the arts and connecting education communities with amazing arts and cultural events across our region. REACH is the new quarterly Murray Arts education newsletter, designed to engage with schools, teachers, students and parents in all the latest arts and cultural news. Subscribe to Reach here.

Please share this information with your School Principal, Curriculum Co-ordinator, Key Learning Area Leaders, Aboriginal Liaison Officer and Heads of Faculty in the areas of visual arts, drama, music, media arts, dance, science, literature, history, english and culture.

Did you know that Matisse's Le Bateau (The Boat) hung upside-down for 2 months in the Museum of Modern Art, New York – and none of the 116,000 visitors noticed!

Can you believe that Barbara Cartland completed a novel every two weeks, publishing 723 novels...and that the shortest stage play is Samuel Beckett's "Breath" – 35 seconds of screams and heavy breathing! *

Did you know ... 'the power of the arts in the classroom has been proven to lift test results in literacy and numeracy to the equivalent of an extra year of school.' - Bridging the Gap in School Achievement through the Arts

As part of our commitment to 'raising the bar' ...we're kicking off 2017 with a Professional Learning Day for primary school Principals, Teachers, Librarians and pre-school staff.

Discover how your School can improve student literacy, narrative writing, oral comprehension, empathy and greater social awareness, confidence and engagement using Drama!

When: Friday 24 March 2017

Time: 9:15am - 2:30pm

Where: Butter Factory Theatre, Lincoln Causeway, Gateway Island Wodonga

Cost: $50 - morning tea and lunch provided

RSVP to the Professional Learning Day by contacting Murray Arts

Murray Arts P: (02) 6021 5034 or E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Teachers attending the School Drama Professional Learning Event will recieve a certificate of participation for accreditation purposes.
Please share this information with your School Principal, Curriculum Co-ordinator, Key Learning Area Leaders, Aboriginal Liaison Officer and Heads of Faculty in the areas of English, Visual Arts, Drama, Music, Media Arts, Dance, Literature, History, Communications and Culture.

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Regionally based, nationally recognised, Hothouse Theatre's 'A Month in the Country' Artist in Residence program brings writers, actors, directors, designers and creative teams from Australia and overseas to Albury during the creative development stage of many different projects.

Murray Arts facilitates the workshop program which is part of the participant's residency and gives young people the opportunity to develop their skills by working with a broad range of artists involved in the performing arts industries.

Are you a school in the Murray Arts region who is interested in participating in the 'Month in the Country' workshop program?

Get in touch with us to express your interest call: (02) 6021 5034 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.