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Accessible Thinking: Kellee Aberg and Tina Fielding

ACCESSIBLE THINKING FOR ARTS VENUES AND THEIR STAFF
|  26 SEPTEMBER | 2:00-5:00PM | FREE
Join Kellee Aberg and Tina Fielding for a free, three hour workshop to help you explore accessibility - not only physically but in our behaviours as gallery attendants, front of house staff and programmers. The workshop will cover community engagement, building relationships, practical concepts, funding, programming and producing work.

ACCESSIBLE AND AESTHETIC THINKING FOR ARTISTS
|  27 SEPTEMBER | 1:00-4:00PM | FREE
In this three hour workshop, Kellee and Tina will help you to explore accessibility - not only through traditional methods of captioning, closed loop and AUSLAN, but through creating aesthetically pleasing accessible works that are relevant to a diverse range of audiences.


ADULT ACCESSIBLE ACTING
|  25 - 28 SEPTEMBER | 9:00AM-12:00PM | FREE
Let Tina and Kellee lead you through a set of workshops exploring voice, moevment, improvisation, storytelling and contemporary theatre practices in a safe environment. Create a piece of theatre with new and old friends within a professional setting. Workshops run from 9am-12pm for four consecutive days. It is preferred if participants attend all four workshops as they will build on from each other. However, this isnt essential, so please come along when you can! Please wear comfortable clothing, and bring water and morning tea. Spaces limited, max of 12. This is not a support service. Carers are welcome to attend. GRAG is an accessible venue.

CHILDRENS ACCESSIBLE ACTING
|  29 SEPTEMBER | 9:00AM-12:00PM | FREE
Workshops for children; exploring voice, movement, characters, improvisation and responding visually in a safe environment. Please wear comfortable clothing, and bring water and morning tea.


For information on any of the four workshops or to RSVP please contact Ellen on (08) 9956 6749 or via ellenn@cgg.wa.gov.au

Photo: Courtesy of Propel Youth Arts WA.