For P1-P7 (ages 5-12)
We have an exciting line up of artists running a series of Masterclasses for young people during the Easter holidays.
Each artist will run a workshop based on their own Manifesto for the Arts. What is important to them about art? What should we be thinking about when we make art? Why bother making art at all?
All workshops will be fun, interactive and practical explorations of these ideas.
PYT members will then be invited to use what they have learnt in these Masterclasses to create their own Manifesto for the Arts, which will inform the work we do with PYT over the next three years.
All Masterclasses are FREE to take part in.
This Masterclass, called Collage Theatre
, is led by Mamoru Iriguchi. Over the course of an hour you'll make a show with costumes, lighting and sound. Sounds impossible? Well, maybe not if we collage it! Collage is the art of borrowing. It helps come up with something really creative really quickly.
Mamoru is a performance maker and theatre designer with a background in zoology. His shows include EATEN
(nominee, Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland); 4D Cinema
(Autopsy Awards) and The Tallest
(Tate Early Years & Families commission). His set and costume design includes Love Song to Lavender Menace
(The Lyceum, Edinburgh).
For this workshop you will need: newspapers, scissors and some masking tape. If you don't have any of these to hand let us know by Monday 12 April and we can post materials to you.
Once payment has been taken an enrolment form must be completed. The participant(s) will not be allowed to take part in the project until the enrolment form has been completed. Complete enrolment form here.
Please also take a moment to read our Code of Conduct.