Craftivism Workshops: Find your Radical Voice

CRAFTIVISM WORKSHOPS: Find your radical voice!
Make loud and proud crafts from the activist's toolkit

Age range: 12-15 years

Thursday arvos in June from 4-6pm

Thursday 2nd June – Thursday 30th June

Location: St Albans Community Centre, Programs Room (Level 1)

Lots of people think Craft is less important than Art. It’s been dismissed as a hobby or something handmade by your grandma. But craft has always been a key part of the activist’s toolkit – now more than ever. Through craft, we have the power to create something entirely new with our own hands. To start a conversation and tackle social, political and environmental issues.

Over the course of 5 weeks, this program will explore forms of craft that have always been connected with activist movements: posters, banners, badges, storytelling and zines. We will create loud and proud craftworks that speak up about issues (big and small) that are impacting young people in our community.

At the end of the workshop series, we will launch an exhibition of our work at St Albans Community Centre, designed and curated by the young workshop participants. The exhibition will open at 6pm on 1 July 2022.

Click to register here!

There are only 15 spots – so book now!

Join the Brimbank FReeZA Committee!

FReeZA Committee
Poster design by Tim Sta-ana

Are you 12-25 and interested in creative events?

Join Brimbank FReeZA Committee!

FReeZA is a Victorian Government initiative that supports young Victorians to get involved in their community by planning and running drug, smoke and alcohol-free music and cultural events for other young people.

To get involved contact: AidaA@brimbank.vic.gov.au

Co-Health Arts Gen Workshops:

6Weeks2Flow with Rexson Pelman

2nd May – 6th June

Mondays 4pm – 6pm

St Albans Community Centre, Arts and Culture Program Room (Level 1)

For all up and coming musicians, songwriters and singers aged 12-25 years-old, 6Weeks2Flow is new workshops series all about collaborating and sharing musical knowledge. Working with music producer, rapper and sound designer Rexson Pelman, you’ll get to showcase your talents, learn how to cook up some heat in the booth and on stage, and collaborate on new tracks for a soon-to-be-released EP.

Produced by Arts Gen by Co-Health and supported by Creative Brimbank.

Register here: 6Weeks2Flow with Rex Pelman, 2nd of May | Humanitix


The Break Down with 1/6

3rd May - 7th June

Tuesdays 2pm - 5pm

St Albans Community Centre, Arts and Culture Program Room (Level 1)

The Break Down is a creative development workshop centred around the behind the scenes of producing a musical project, with this intensive focussed on the process of making an EP. Emcee and music producer 1/6 (Aaron Stephanus) and participants will unpack all the elements from synthesis to final product, discussing ideas and approaches to everything from budgeting, song registration and creative art direction to mixing/mastering stages and beyond. Come through for a networking opportunity to harness the knowledge of life experience through a community of creatives in the West!

Produced by Arts Gen by Co-Health and supported by Creative Brimbank.

Register here: The Break Down, 3rd of May | Humanitix


Techno-Oracle Training with Mohamed Chamas

8th June – 13th July

Wednesdays 6:30pm - 9pm

St Albans Community Centre, Arts and Culture Program Room (Level 1)

Techno-Oracle Training is a series of workshops that aims to reconsider the way we think about and create digital art and media. In this workshop you'll learn how to create your own 3D virtual 'talisman' - an object of great importance to you. We'll cover 3D modelling and texturing, with the opportunity to add another aspect to your virtual object if you wish (e.g. sound effect, animation, special effect - you choose!) Each week we'll explore a topic in relation to technology and the digital, especially where more magical leanings are concerned. At the end of the workshops, there is an opportunity to perform with your object in Virtual Reality, and share a few words about it. This could be in the form of a poem, prose or simple description.

Those who are misrepresented, delegitimized and or under-served by digital technologies and media TO THE FRONT! (PoC/gender-diverse/queer/disabled). Poets, writers and artists new to 3D are encouraged to come along. The "oracle" part of these workshops is determined by you! This could be taken as faithful, spiritual, mystical, religious and/or symbolic. All that’s really necessary is an interest in art, technology or mysticism.

Produced by Arts Gen by Co-Health and supported by Creative Brimbank.

Register here: Techno-Oracle Training, 30th of March | Humanitix

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