Belvoir Education runs a range of access programs that work to remove obstacles to students experiencing and enjoying theatre.
If you are teaching in a high school in regional NSW, then you may be eligible to apply for our full range of practical theatre workshops in both performance and design for the subsidised price of $12 per student.
This workshop program is offered to ensure all students across NSW have access to Belvoir’s wide range of student workshops, led by industry professionals. Our workshops support work in the classroom and equip students with skills, strategies, practical activities and ideas.
All of our workshops are run by industry professionals who equip participants with skills, strategies, practical activities and ideas.
These workshops are delivered at your school and are offered for a subsidised price of $12 per student per workshop.
Student workshops run for two hours during term time, Monday to Friday, dependent on the availability of our tutors.
Ideally each workshop should have 20 to 30 participants. For smaller groups we recommend combining year groups or joining with a nearby school.
Workshops give senior students access to industry expertise which supports their HSC studies. Workshops are adjusted to give younger students a fun insight into the performing arts.
Workshops available include…
- Group Devising
- Performing Monologues
- Brecht & Political Theatre
- Costume Design
- Set Design
Find descriptions of all our workshops here.
Upcoming Regional Visits
Term 4, 2019
- Forbes & Parkes
Let us know where you would like us to go! Contact us via our Regional Workshop Request Form (above) or email [email protected]
Eligible applicants are teachers who are:
- located in Regional NSW and
- are teaching a high school drama, English or textiles class in 2020.
Request a workshop
We are still accepting requests for 2019. If you would like a workshop to be held in Term 4 this year, download a 2019 Regional Workshop Request Form here.
Opportunities for Teachers
Belvoir runs a series of professional learning workshops for teachers throughout the year in regional NSW. Teachers learn from industry professionals and are provided with comprehensive teaching outlines and practical activities to take back to the classroom.
For more information on professional development go here.
Other access programs
Arts Access Program – Free tickets
If you are a NSW government school eligible for equity funding then you may also be eligible to apply for our ticket subsidy program.
For more information about our education programs, please contact:
Education Manager Jane May
Education Coordinator Stevie Bryant
+61 (2) 8396 6241