Funded Companies

The Carclew Board supports youth arts through funding and program partnerships. Organisaitons are supported to work with, or for, children and young people.

Organisational funding

SA Circus Centre: Cirkidz
Cirkidz celebrates difference, identity and diversity through circus skills training, in a fun and friendly environment. Cirkidz was founded in 1986 by artists Tony Hannan and Michael Lester, to provide meaningful recreation and community engagement opportunities for disadvantaged youth in Adelaide’s industrial inner west. Tony and Michael believed circus skills training would enhance the young people's social, physical and creative development.

D’faces of Youth Arts (Whyalla)
Based in Whyalla, SA, D'faces supports and encourages young people aged 7 - 27 years to get involved in the arts. They run workshops in visual and performing arts and regular club clown classes. 

Restless Dance Theatre
Restless Dance Theatre works with young disabled and non-disabled people to create dance theatre and run workshop programs.

Riverland Youth Theatre (Renmark)
Riverland Youth Theatre inspires, nurtures and cultivates the creativity and stories of Riverland young people. 

Program partners

Musica Viva Australia – SA Musica Viva in Schools

Kura Yerlo – Kurruru Youth Performing Arts Program

 

Banner image: Rehearsals for Restless Dance Theatre's debut 5: the dancers direct | Photo by Shane Reid

Contact Details

Tricia Walton - Chief Executive
twalton@carclew.org.au
08 8267 5111