AYC will be bringing creative and performing arts classes for females to our centre. Our Saturday morning classes will be filled with fun, creativity, performances, skill building and opportunities to share and expand your talents in a safe female-only environment. If you love to perform or have always wanted to experience the world of drama, acting and theatre we encourage you to come along, you can even bring a friend or two. We will explore improvisation, movement, voice work, masks, mime, monologues, skits, comedy, storytelling, clowning, interpretive dance, poetry and more. Maybe you just want to have some fun, improve your craft, build your confidence or make new friends – the AYC INSPIRE creative and preforming arts classes can do all of that! If you require assistance getting to and from the centre by our female bus driver please let us know.
Commencing: Saturday 14th October, 2017.
Time: Inspire Hub for Females will open from 10am – 3pm
Group Classes: 1 hour sessions will be held for different age groups. Sessions to be advised.
Who can attend: Young females 12 years of age or older.
Refreshments: A morning tea or light lunch will be provided
Helena Bozich is the adolescent and family counsellor at Auburn Youth Centre and INSPIRE project visionary and director. Helena uses narrative, expressive and creative arts in her therapeutic work with individual clients and groups. Helena has over 15 years of experience working with children and young people as a drama and creative arts facilitator, in restorative justice and in the development and delivery of psycho-educational workshops. Having worked professionally as an actor and trained in psychotherapy Helena has combined her two great passions to work with young people of diverse backgrounds and their families.
Bronwyn Davies Glover is a new addition to the Auburn Youth Centre team. In her roles as youth worker, psycho-educational group facilitator and arts educator Bronwyn will bring depth of knowledge and experience to the INSPIRE Creative and Performing Arts Hub. Bronwyn has a degree in theatre and has trained in mime, Shakespeare, voice, clowning, dance and stage acting. She has been performing professionally for 15 years and teaching drama and theatre to young people for ten years in both Canada and Australia. She has received awards and grants for her performances and workshops using theatre to engage youth communities and build capacity.
Trained Volunteers and specialist teachers will also be used throughout the project to ensure that young females are well supported and safe. All staff and volunteers will have undertaken interviews and have clear working with children checks.
- The Woodville Alliance – Strong Minds.
- Granville Multicultural Community Centre.
- Sierra Leone Women’s Wanword Inc.
To secure your place you must register your details either online or in person at the centre. These classes are free of charge but you must live in or around the Cumberland LGA or go to school in the Cumberland region. For more information please contact the project coordinator Helena on 9646 2122.