Tag Archives: Workshops

Viva and Beyond!

Lis Blake, Polyglot Theatre’s Community Collaborations Producer, recently returned from a weekend in Moree, working with colleagues Kate Kantor and Sue Giles in partnership with Beyond Empathy. The weekend was a part of a series of development workshops between the two organisations. It was about cultural exchange, connection, dreams and play. “The mums and grandmas Read More »

All Children are Artists – Do you agree?

By Sue Giles All Children are Artists –  this title was given to me by Drama Victoria as a subject for the keynote address. I was free to change it in any way and it was certainly given in a spirit of understanding my own work and process, and trajectory as an artist. I found Read More »

Shadow Tricks @ Incinerator Gallery, Moonee Ponds

One of Polyglot’s most loved workshops is heading to Incinerator as part of the School Holiday program. Join us for all sorts of wonderful making, light tricks and games using shadow. Friday 25 September | 1pm-3pm BOOK NOW  Saturday 26 September | 1pm-3pm BOOK NOW  *CORRECTION: This workshop is only running on Friday, 25 and Saturday, 26 Read More »

Workshop @ Camberwell Grammar School, Canterbury

We’re teaming up with Camberwell Grammar School to workshop performance, storytelling  and puppetry manipulation techniques with Year 11s. At Polyglot we make the ordinary, extra-ordinary, and with our schools’ workshop program, we provide a structured opportunity for children to discover their imaginative potential. We enable school kids to develop divergent thinking, discover the joy of Read More »

Paper and Tape Workshop @ Caulfield Grammar School, Wheelers Hill

We’re looking forward to meeting with kids at Caulfield to make stuff out of Paper and Tape! This puppetry workshop uses the simplest of materials to make things that add to the exploration of theatrical narrative and play. Paper and Tape can utterly transform the ideas students have about what is possible. Exploring puppet making Read More »