Creative Learning 2022 Program
We’ve been busy developing the Geelong Arts Centre Creative Learning program in time for you to start your planning for 2022.
Discover an amazing year ahead of Creative Learning Experiences that will spark a love for the creative industries and open you and your students up to a world of opportunity.
Discover Creative Learning 2022
Take Over The Airwaves
With a focus on creating a dynamic radio play, students are guided through a series of workshops exploring topics such as: how to tell an audio story, how to create characters and character voices, how to include sound effects and music and how to engage with audiences in broadcast environments.
Students become the actors, directors, scriptwriters, sound operators and narrators of their own unique story, with the support and mentorship of practicing theatre artists and digital resources.
We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to ensure the safety of our visitors and staff as they return to our Ryrie Street building and to events at Costa Hall.
When children visit Geelong Arts Centre the condition of entry includes:
Wearing a mask is strongly encouraged to protect your own health and safety when visiting our venues.
It is not mandatory for those aged under 18 years of age attending a Geelong Arts Centre event to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of entry.
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See learning in action
We See Recognition with Norm Jurrawaa Stanley
Norm Jurrawaa Stanley is a proud Aboriginal man with heritage connected to the Kurnai (Gippsland) and Wotjabaluk (Horsham) peoples of Victoria. Join Norm as he discusses creating art on Wadawurrung Country and explores what Reconciliation means to him.
For more details about our Creative Learning program, please contact:
Senior Producer - Families, Youth & Creative Learning
Geelong Arts Centre
Geelong Arts Centre
P: 1300 251 200