Large Scale Artwork Workshop

Age Group: 5-12
Time and Date: Autumn holidays : 24 April, 9.00am - 3.15pm
by Live Love Learn

$100.00per day (early bird pricing)

5 – 12 years old: Bellevue Hill

 

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Class description

Move and Make Workshop

  • Focused on movement this day will be all about collaboration and large scale artworks.
  • Explore mark making with different parts of your body.
  • Create a mural on the floor tracking your journey between two of your favourite places.
  • We’ll translate the essence of this journey into a sculptural piece of kinetic art

 

Workshop to be facilitated by Kayla Tome:

Kayla is an international dance artist, movement educator, performer and community practitioner currently living and working in Sydney. She began her dance journey at 3 years of age and has since dedicated her life to teaching, training, making and performing internationally.

Born in Africa with a desire to travel, she has since lived and worked between Australia, Europe, the UK and Latin America. Living amongst these cultures has allowed her to study and train in a wide range of movement styles as well as become involved in diverse collaborations and arts projects which have all driven and informed her current practice.

With a background in education, Kayla has had the privilege of teaching and working with children, young people and adults across the world with varying abilities and from diverse cultural backgrounds. Kayla’s work is driven by her understanding of how movement can positively impact, empower and connect individuals and the wider community.

Kayla has worked within a wide range of arts and education organisations, schools, community groups, charities,dance companies and alongside fellow artists choreographing, teaching and making work.

She has graduated from UNSW with a Bachelors Degree in Dance/Theatre and Education and also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Community Dance from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. Kayla is currently studying a Diploma in Yoga Teaching with the International Yoga Teachers Association.

 

NOTE :

  • Early Bird $100 per child (ends March 22)
  • Early Bird Sibling $190 (ends March 22)
  • $120 Per Day Per Child
  • $222 Per Day for One Child and a Sibling

Location

THE FIELD @ EASTS RUGBY CLUB 22a O'Sullivan Rd, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023

What to bring

  1. Morning tea and lunch + wear old clothes + sunblock + sun hat

Live Love Learn

Mother of four, creative arts facilitator, potter and graphic designer, Tracey Hayim, founded live Love Learn in 2007. Tracey launched and facilitated after-school art classes at a Maroubra primary school Mount Sinai College. There, she facilitated painting, pottery, drawing, printing and mixed media workshops. Children were free to experiment with many mediums, giving them the confidence to explore the world of art. From designing mosaics to launching pottery classes, Tracey’s initial interest in teaching was piqued when her eldest daughter Samantha started Primary school. This inspired her to design a mosaic at the school’s entrance that today takes pride of place. Soon after, the school offered Tracey a part-time role facilitating weekly pottery classes. Afternoon art classes followed soon after, becoming so popular that in late 2006, Tracey’s new business, Live Love Learn, was born…

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About the provider

Mother of four, creative arts facilitator, potter and graphic designer, Tracey Hayim, founded live Love Learn in 2007. Tracey launched and facilitated after-school art classes at a Maroubra primary school Mount Sinai College. There, she facilitated painting, pottery, drawing, printing and mixed media workshops. Children were free to experiment with many mediums, giving them the confidence to explore the world of art. From designing mosaics to launching pottery classes, Tracey’s initial interest in teaching was piqued when her eldest daughter Samantha started Primary school. This inspired her to design a mosaic at the school’s entrance that today takes pride of place. Soon after, the school offered Tracey a part-time role facilitating weekly pottery classes. Afternoon art classes followed soon after, becoming so popular that in late 2006, Tracey’s new business, Live Love Learn, was born…