The Murmuration Team can tailor workshops to meet a variety of needs and abilities. Led by professional artists the workshops are designed to inclusively engage all participants in a high quality performing arts experience. Murmuration has facilitated workshops and programs for Sydney Opera House, Museum of Contemporary Art, Department of Education – Arts Unit, The Song Room, Bankstown Arts Centre, 3 bridges Community and Accessible Arts – Catalyst Dance Program.
We can design specific workshops, to engage with a diverse range of needs for people with disability including, and not limited to people with, high support needs, learning needs, mental illness, medical conditions and specific age groups. We also have experience working with socially and/or culturally disadvantaged groups and Culturally and Linguistically diverse people.
CREATIVE AGEING WORKSHOPS
A workshop for Seniors focused on the aesthetics of movement, stretching and strengthening and use of imagination. The classes are focused on health and well being delivered through creative activities and group exercises.
Murmuration Teaching Artists are qualified and experienced to lead student development training for Dance and Drama high school students. The in-school education workshops address three core course components; Performance/Performing, Composition/Making and Appreciation/Critically Studying.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
Led by Sarah-Vyne and supported by her team, Murmuration facilitate professional development dance and theatre workshops for teachers, students and artists.
The workshops focus on exploring successful strategies and methods to creatively and inclusively engage a diverse range of needs and abilities within the classroom. Participants engage in practical movement tasks and theatre-based exercises and will be able to take home practical skills to explore new ways of generating ideas and developing material.
To express your interest and to receive more information for your own Murmur Made workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9569 4580.