We're thrilled that BHT have been invited to return to Richmond Youth Hub this term to continue the creative momentum the kids have been building since Spin a Yarn. This time, we're working on Tok Tik Live Super Stories; weekly after-school workshops on physical theatre and improvisation - working with breath, gesture and movement, as well as a lot of silliness and fun. Supported by Yarra City Arts.
[Image Descriptions: 1. A child smiles at the camera with three big googly eyes stuck on their face, sitting on the floor amongst other children and craft supplies. 2. A child wears a white mask on their face that they have drawn over with texta and paint to make colourful lines, red cheeks and red lips. In their hands is a texta and a second mask they are drawing on. They stand in front of a mirror creating a doubling effect of multiple masks. 3. A child strikes a post wearing a colourful mask while sipping on a cup of bubble tea. 4. A child stands triumphantly on top of a chair next to a larger-than life crafted drawing of a clown made of tissue paper and pom-poms. Colourful metallic streamers surround the child and an adult standing beside to support them.] Image credit Jade Blair.