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CEAC Term 3 2019 Arts Education Programme For Schools

Published by Corban Estate, 2019-06-09 15:29:45

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ARTS EDUCATION FOR SCHOOLS AT CEAC TERM 3 2019 Workshop Programme Navigate the winter term with colourful creatures on migration pathways, collaborate and create a shadowland of puppetry, or chart a path using geographical & topographical elements, all in Term 3 at Corban Estate Arts Centre. Our Shadowlands workshop is an excellent collaborative workshop using cardboard construction, drawing and design elements with the ancient art of shadow puppetry. Navigate My Way utilises science, sustainability and mythology to explore migratory paths of sea and air creatures. Our Flora Like Georgia uses board, paint and watercolour pastels to create a botanical masterpiece, and Patterns of Papatuanuku uses a layered approach to map-making and looking at our landscape. MAKE A DAY OF IT In association with the wonderful people at Going West Writers Festival and Te Pou Theatre we are very excited to offer a day trip that's pretty hard to beat. Enjoy a live theatre experience and create your own shadow box theatres in a collaborative workshop with storytelling at its heart. See below for details of this special day-long programme. SCHOOL ARTS EDUCATION TEAM GOES MOBILE : ARTREACH / OUTREACH PROGRAMME FOR LOWER DECILE SCHOOLS. We get it. The bus fare to visit us makes an art workshop experience just a bit out of reach for some schools and families right now. So we decided HEY! If they can't come to us, let's pack up the van and go out to them. So give Megan a phone call 8184455 x 214 and lets talk about how we can deliver a CEAC workshop to you! Our Term Three workshops have been developed to extend your curriculum topics through creative learning opportunities here at Corban Estate Art Centre. If you do not see a workshop in this newsletter that is suitable for your class

topic in Term 3 2019, contact us to discuss a tailor-made workshop for you. REMEMBER: Most workshops from our programme across the year are available upon request. Contact Megan Carter, the Arts Education Coordinator, to ensure a place: [email protected] or (09) 838 4455 (ext.214). The calendar fills up quickly. Book your dates now! ART WORKSHOPS FOR TERM 3: SHADOWLANDS AGE RANGE: Y 3 -Y 8 TIME: 3 hours long (including a 20 min break for morning tea) CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST Shadow puppetry is an ancient form of storytelling. In this collaborative workshop, students will work in small groups of four, to explore the world of shadows by designing and creating their own Shadow Puppet Theatre and puppets to tell a story. This workshop requires ONE adult helper per group of 4 students if possible. NAVIGATE MY WAY AGE RANGE: Y NE+ TIME: 2.5 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST Inspired by the work of West Auckland Maori contemporary artist Warren Pohatu, this workshop is filled with colour and patterns. We will illustrate some of the creatures who navigate their way around the earth, using Pohatu’s style of drawing. Students will learn about creative illustration and pastel techniques using bright caran d’ache pastels on black paper.

OUR FLORA LIKE GEORGIA ! AGE RANGE: Y NE+ TIME:3 hours long (incl a 20 min break for morning tea ) CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST In this workshop students will create a vibrant modernist mixed media artwork on board using painting, drawing, colour and composition techniques, in the style of Georgia O’Keeffe’s Flower paintings Patterns of Papatuanuku AGE RANGE: Y 3+ TIME:2.5 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST Celebrating the patterns of Papat nuku our earth mother in map forms. Students will be creating a 3d image with depth from waterways, Defining the edged or segways where waterways meet/intersect/join then look at a street view which shows us roads and how to get from your house to visit your friend 5 streets over. We will

be looking at 3 types of maps. Maps usage and function - Navigational purposes. PACIFICA EXPERIENCE WORKSHOPS: PACIFICA EXPERIENCE AGE RANGE: Y NE -Y13 TIME:2 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST In this workshop students learn how Pacifica music, songs and movements convey stories and pass on lessons of cultural identity and Pacifica protocols. The workshop will be held at the Pacifica Arts Centre at Corban Estate and is run by the Mamas. Students will be introduced to musical instruments of the Pacific and learn drum patterns and dance movements. The Mamas will also teach students how to transform environmental or recycled resources into a colourful lei. Photo credit Frank Sin PACIFICA EXPERIENCE 2.0 AGE RANGE: Y NE - 13 TIME: 2 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 23 - Max. 60 students FEE: $8.50 plus GST

If you have enjoyed Pacifica Experience - come to our Pacifica Experience 2.0! Learn about Pacific migration, communication, oral traditions, geography, and social constructs, and how traditions have changed and adapted over time. The focus is around Pacific sound and movement. Elements include drum, chant and story-telling, dance and ukulele. For larger groups, ask about an option delivered to you at your school FEATURE ARTIST WORKSHOPS: MANU ME - Toi Taukiri ( Identity Art ) AGE RANGE: YNE+ TIME: 2 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 23 students - Max. 60 Students Fee: $11.50 plus GST

with ARTIST PENNY HOWARD Artist Penny Howard will be bringing some of her large silhouette paintings to this workshop and will talk to the students about how she is inspired by her cultural identity and family stories. The students will be creating their own vibrant bird silhouette using black paper and pastel, it will be filled will cultural patterns, objects, shapes, colours, places that tell the story of who they are. Penny Howard is a contemporary NZ artist of Māori (Te Mahurehure) Irish and Scottish descent, she has a BVA and is represented by Whitespace Contemporary Art Gallery. A finalist in the Wallace Art Awards and National Portrait Award, Penny has work in numerous public and private collections including the Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland University and Foundation North. Penny's work focuses on Identity and in particular her Maori and European Grandmothers. Her works explore memories and stories of whanau and whakapapa. A red thread runs through Penny's work which embodies I ngā wa o mua, the Maori world view to take the past with us into the future for guidance. CERAMIC STUDIO AGE RANGE: YNE+ TIME: 2 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 23 students - Max. 60 Students Fee: $14.50 plus GST with CERAMIC ARTIST KAIRAVA GULLATZ In this hands-on clay class, students will design and shape their very own original vessel, tile, or waka huia . They will be glazed and fired, making their vessels fully functional for everyday use. Students will learn hand building techniques and will decorate their ceramic project vessel using two different clay colours. Please contact Megan to discuss incorporating your term curriculum topic into this workshop. ASSEMBLAGE ART AGE RANGE: Y3 - Y8 TIME: 2 hours long CAPACITY: Min. 40 - Max. 60 students FEE: $11.50 plus GST

WITH FOUND MATERIALS ARTIST ANDREW HALL Andrew is an artist who is passionate about sustainability and recycling. He will share the reasons he uses found materials, and how he draws new life from discarded objects. A master of ingenuity and improvisation, Andrew, and our educator will work with students to assemble 3-D sculptures from recycled, man-made ‘found’ materials. Students will develop their imagination and inventive skills to create their very own creature from an array of interesting materials and innovative joining techniques. TOTES YOUR OWN AGE RANGE: Y3 - Y 13 TIME : 3 hours long (including a 20 min break for morning tea) CAPACITY: Min. 30 - Max. 50 students FEE: $14.50 plus GST (tote bag included) WITH FABRIC & TEXTILE ARTIST KATIE SMITH In this dynamic workshop with textile artist Katie Smith, students will explore the use of pattern, form and repetition in textile printmaking. Students will design and construct a print block, and use textile inks to create their very own tote. DAY-TRIP: Available 9-13 September ARTS WORKSHOP AND THEATRE EXPERIENCE

SHADOW PLAY ALL DAY ! Create a shadow-puppet theatre complete with proscenium arch, moveable sets and magical characters in our SHADOWLANDS shadow puppetry workshop - then attend a real live theatre performance of SOFIJA'S GARDEN presented here at CEAC by Going West Writers Festival and Te Pou Theatre. Enter a magical tent where Baba Sofija is waiting to tell her grandchildren a story – with their help, of course! Fiesty Kosjenka yearns to travel far away from her home, so she rides on the back of the wind and befriends the shy giant Reygoch. With masks, music and puppetry, award-winning playwright Renee Liang (Glucina) has adapted Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić’s century-old fairy tale into a cheeky and playful tale of discovery, adventure and growth set in West Auckland. This is an hour-long performance, suitable for NE + Please contact Megan Carter [email protected] for price and availability. images: Uriel Sobranes / Gabby Orcutt with special thanks to PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT At Corban Estate Arts Centre we are serious about the arts and the role it plays in education. We believe in passing on knowledge and skills to anyone who is interested and that means adults as well as children and young people.We develop workshops to suit your needs - covering a wide range professional skills from Maori visual arts to oil painting, printmaking, arts therapy, ceramics and mixed media. This ensures our professional development programme is diverse and multi-dimensional, will offer teachers the opportunity to explore and experiment with techniques, materials and a broad range of outcomes. We offer individual masterclasses, a series of sessions over the term, or once a month all year long. Contact us - we can help design a programme around your team professional development needs.

SENIOR PROGRAMME: We provide customised programmes for intermediate and high schools. From a one hour gallery tour to a full day programme and we can organise workshops with artists to match your curriculum needs. Extend technical knowledge with specialist artist workshops, or tour studios and talk with on-site practising artists. Recent specialist workshops have included life-drawing classes, graffiti workshops, textile design and print, oil painting techniques. sculpture tours, and curator talks. MORE INFO: SCHOOL VISITS AND CUSTOMISED BOOKINGS If you are interested in finding out more about our Arts Education for Schools programme but would also like to share the information with all your fellow teachers please contact us to arrange a meeting at your school. We are happy to come to you to discuss what you are interested in and what we can offer to support you and your classroom topics. Please contact Megan Carter to make a booking: [email protected] BOOKING You can download the booking form HERE. Please fill it out and send it back to Megan. To avoid mistakes, bookings can only be processed upon receipt of this completed booking form. TEACHER PACK A teacher pack will be sent with your booking confirmation, including: RAMS, information for accompanying adults, invoicing info and a map. If you are organising the booking for several teachers at your school, please make sure to pass it on.It contains important information about your visit at Corban Estate Arts Centre. MEET THE TEAM: Padma Naidu is our new Education Manager. She is an artist/designer, qualified architect, art educator and mentor. Her past roles include managing White Night events for Auckland Festival, art educator for The Real Art Trust (mobile art gallery for schools). Padma has most recently been working in a Community Engagement role with the Nelson Arts Festival. She also has her own art practice and has a particular interest in how arts can empower us. Megan Carter is the Arts Education Coordinator. She has been involved across the Arts sector as a Producer and Co-ordinator, and is currently completing her Masters in Creative Writing through Massey University. Eilis Galuszewski is one of our skilled Arts Educators and also creative technician. She has a background in all forms of art making and specialises in wearable arts, theatre and costume design. Ashlee Tawhiti is one of our talented Arts Educators and delivers our new Artreach - Outreach programme to lower decile school groups. She is a practising visual artist and tutor, with experience in supporting special learning environments. AND WELCOME to our newest Arts Educator on the Education team here at Corban Estate Arts Centre : Jean Stewart has maintained a painting practice for more than 15 years and recently exhibited at Corban in the Shifting Landscapes exhibition. She currently offers children’s painting classes here, is from West Auckland and is very community focused. The Education Team felt that her skills in 2d art practice, considered approach to putting classes together and easy to get along demeanour would complement the current team well. Visit our website for more information about Corban Estate Arts Centre:

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