Move, make, create these Spring School Holidays

Spring School Holidays in Melbourne is the perfect time for young ones to move, make and create with Arts Centre Melbourne’s Families Program via the Together With You digital platform. Children and their families can choose their own interactive digital experiences these school holidays.

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Move, Make, Create these Spring School Holidays
Image: Arts Centre Melbourne – Ali McGregor

Choose Your Own Variety with Ali McGregor

Ali McGregor will be joined by some of Melbourne’s favourite performers. Frank Woodley will bring some of his glorious lunacy; Dandyman clowns around with straws; Clara Cupcakes gets disgusted by balloon animals; comedy duo The Listies bring their usual silly mayhemDane Simpson shows off his didge playing skills from Wagga Wagga and, a couple of young up-and-coming comedians from Arts Centre Melbourne’s LOL Squad program Ethan Gallagher and Patti Fawcett will make their debut.

Plus, Ali will sings songs from her backyard and there will be something extra special from a handful of talented kids around Victoria. This episode of Choose Your Own Variety with Ali McGregor will be able available to stream on demand for two weeks until Tuesday 6 October.

Date: Tuesday 22 September 2020
Time: 10.30am
Age: Suitable for all ages
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Image: Arts Centre Melbourne – Beat Machine

Beat Machine

Established producer and visionary behind the Music Production for Women movement, Xylo Aria will facilitate a hands-on workshop giving young music makers practical tips for getting started with Ableton Live. This workshop is co-presented by the Australian Music Vault.

Date: Saturday 26 September 2020
Time: 2 pm
Age: 13–18 year olds
Registrations are essential – Zoom link
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Move, Make, Create these Spring School Holidays
Image: Arts Centre Melbourne – Lit Steps – Children’s Hip Hop

Lit Steps – Children’s Hip Hop

Come get jiggy on the screen and join L2R Dance instructors Dai and Lanie for a hip hop dance workshop. The workshop will focus on hip hop grooves while promoting a safe dance space for all children to have fun.

Date: Monday 28 September 2020
Time: 2 pm
Age: 6–12 year olds
Registrations are essential – Zoom link
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Move, Make, Create these Spring School Holidays
Image: Arts Centre Melbourne – Bollywood Dance

Bollywood Dance

From Mumbai to Melbourne, be introduced to the vibrant wonders of Bollywood dance. In this open workshop for beginners, Joshinder Chaggar will lead all movers through the basics of a fun Bollywood routine to get the body shaking and grooving from the comfort of their own home.

Date: Tuesday 29 September 2020
Time: 2 pm
Age: 6–12 year olds
Registrations are essential – Zoom link
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Move, Make, Create these Spring School Holidays
Image: Arts Centre Melbourne – Viral Dance

Viral Dance – Choreography for TikTok

Have you found it hard to follow the latest TikTok dances? Don’t worry, L2R Dance has got you sorted. Lanie and Dai will break down current viral TikTok dances to have you creating some poppin’ content.

Date: Wednesday 30 September 2020
Time: 2 pm
Age: 13–18 years
Registrations are essential – Zoom link
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Move, Make, Create these Spring School Holidays
Image: Arts Centre Melbourne – Lyric Writing

Lyric Writing

Join Eva Popov (Hello Satellites) for a virtual lyric writing session. Using a variety of techniques and exercises, Eva will guide participants through the process of coming up with a song idea and expressing that idea in interesting ways. Whether you’re just getting started on your lyric writing career or trying to get out of that song writing rut, this workshop is for you. Participants are welcome to attend this online workshop either on their own or with members of their household. This workshop is co-presented by the Australian Music Vault.

Date: Thursday 1 October
Time: 2 pm
Age: 10–16 year olds
Registrations are essential – Zoom link
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While all workshops are free – acknowledging the extreme impact COVID-19 is having on everyone – participants and their families are encouraged to consider donating to one of Arts Centre Melbourne’s support funds; Support Act who help performing arts workers in crisis access mental health support or Arts Centre Melbourne’s education program, which helps bring arts education to children, schools, families and communities all across Victoria.

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