Online Resources

With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, there is an unprecedented demand for online resources for parents and teachers.

Carclew has long been working with artists in creating educational content.

Listed below are some suggestions of resources available from Carclew funded companies and other South Australian organisations.

 

Patch Theatre 

Activities: https://www.patchtheatre.org.au/activities  
ZOOM Characters: Colour in ZOOM alien characters, design your own alien and make your alien move! 
CD Rainbow: Make a gorgeous rainbow light using a CD! 
Paper City: Construct a city from paper and cardboard 
Story Time: Temeka reads Harold and Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson

 

SA Circus Centre: Cirkidz 

Cirkidz is currently assessing their program and will provide further updates on how to stay active and keep Circus in your life in the coming weeks. General updates will be available on their website and Facebook page as activities become available. 
https://www.facebook.com/Cirkidz/  
https://www.cirkidz.org.au/  

Circus 101: How to Juggle 
https://www.facebook.com/Cirkidz/videos/685767468828661/  

 

D’faces of Youth Arts 

Have a program of live workshops via their Facebook page, for example: 
Live Dance Workshop 
https://www.facebook.com/dfacesofyoutharts/videos/524328731854937/  
Clown Club Live 
https://www.facebook.com/dfacesofyoutharts/videos/508630633136914/  

 

Windmill Theatre Co 

Girl Asleep: An Interactive Journey is an immersive online experience where students can explore the set of the film, meet the cast and crew, and take a quiz to discover their ultimate film role. 
https://www.windmill.org.au/girl-asleep-education/  

 

Slingsby Theatre Company 

Slingsby by Request: Three online packages including rental of production recordings, education resources and access to creative processes. Pricing starts from $8/student with $3 discount for schools that have a DECD index rating of 1-4 
https://www.slingsby.net.au/slingsby-by-request/  

 

Restless Dance Theatre

Workshops involve creating movement in a safe and fun environment where the participants’ ideas become dance. No experience is necessary, just the desire to take part. Workshops are open to people with and without disability and are led by highly experienced tutors in an accessible space.
http://restlessdance.org/
https://www.facebook.com/jo.naumann/videos/10158087201052645

 

Silly Dancing with Tim

Over 4 themed 40 min sessions – (FYI Silly Dancing with Grown Ups on SAT nights) – your 8-12 year olds will Let it Go on ZOOM. Creative points for dress ups, disco outfits, etc etc. Bring your A game. Parents welcome to boogie in the background. 
https://www.facebook.com/events/225876431844190

 

Stream Arts

A brand new place where you can connect to arts and creativity at home. Stories = events, great programs and archives to watch online.
https://linktr.ee/stream_arts_

 

Open Your World

A variety of online activities and projects. Engaging in art, cultural or creative activities can improve your wellbeing and make your life happier and more enjoyable.
https://openyourworld.sa.gov.au/learn-and-experience-new-things/arts-and-culture

 

Art Gallery of South Australia 

Make a Monster Maraca: Turn the beat around with a Monster Theatres inspired maraca
https://www.agsa.sa.gov.au/whats-on/ongoing-programs/start-gallery/start-online-april/monster-maracas/  

State Library of South Australia 

The State Library offers many opportunities to explore and discover areas of the State’s history, your family history, our special collections, digital collections and more. For example: 

Discover your family history 
https://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/collections/family-history  

 

South Australian Museum 

Take a virtual tour 
https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/south-australian-museum

 

Contact Details


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