The Laneway Artspace is delighted to welcome Seven Ravens Storytelling to the Artspace. Amelia Willcox is presenting a wonderful series of workshops for young people in The Laneway Artspace, St Kilda.
'Faeries, Snails and Ghoulish Tales' includes drama games and activities, fairytale reenactment and exploration, mask-making, mindfulness exercises and character play. The workshop concludes with a self-devised mask and character play presentation to parents and/or guardians.
‘Faeries, Snails and Ghoulish Tales’ Tuesday 17 January 10am to 12.30pm: workshop 12.30pm to 12.45pm: presentation Suitable for ages 5 to 8 years. Reservations are essential via the Eventbrite booking link. Our special Little Raven Storyteller early bird tickets are now on sale until 10pm Sunday 15 January.
About Ameila Willcox
Amelia is a vocalist, drama tutor and professional silly-goose, who has been performing and teaching in educational institutions and creative projects throughout her native New Zealand and Australia for over 10 years. Amelia has a Diploma in Acting at the Wellington Performing Arts Centre, an Associate Diploma in Teaching and Performance from Trinity College London, and a passion for creative development for young people. Amelia has worked with many different groups including an orphanage and rural school in Punjab, India, where she introduced alternative, creative educational methods and early childhood development programs – providing them with their first ever written curriculum and teaching strategy for early learning. She is thrilled to be living her love of teaching through art and music.