To compliment our Children’s Theatre performances, we offer arts workshop to assist children to achieve learning outcomes in a manner that is creative, hands on and heaps of fun!
We also offer professional development for teachers and educational consultancy services. Click here for further details.
If you are interested in booking Bazil Grumble to provide a workshop for your organisation’s event, festival or community project, please fill out our booking form or call us.
Workshops currently available to the general public can be viewed at our What’s On page.
You may like to download a PDF version of our brochure here.
What is a book? Must it have a front and back cover and be filled with pages that turn? No! A book can be a piece of art that can be any size, shape, colour and made out of any material under the sun!
Using a new Queensland clay participants will hand build sculptures and functional vessels using innovative construction techniques including relief carving and found objects. These will be fast fired using a new style of small affordable kiln that’s wood or gas fired and does not require the work to be pre dried. Believe it or not!
Learn a variety of forming techniques that can be used to create functional ceramic objects. From the ancient yet innovative technique of coil and throw (if pottery wheels are available) to found object slump and hump moulding.
Learn how to make large wheel thrown pots using the technique of coil and throw. Discover the amazing diversity of ceramics and explore decoration techniques using a range of materials. This workshop caters for beginners and offers those with more experience the opportunity to extend their skills.
Build woodfired sculptures using modified clay and ingenious construction techniques. Participants will develop designs that allow the sculpture to become the kiln.
Participants will learn and develop skills in sculpture with clay, concept development, set and prop construction and frame by frame animation.
Workshops that explore improvisation, voice and movement through a diverse range of structured games and activities that will engage, inspire and empower participants.
The Play in Days is an extension of our theatre workshop and is a series of workshops with a performance outcome. Participants can be involved in all aspects of the theatre production including acting, directing, sets and props and costume.
Participants will learn how to make their very own set of juggling balls and have a ball learning the basics of juggling and slapstick comedy.
A workshop for secondary school students that are studying a unit on Children’s Theatre.
This workshop can be facilitated with adults, seniors or as a cross generational workshop. Sharing Our Stories encourages participants to share their stories through the dynamic medium of drama promoting self-expression and a creative approach to storytelling.
Zoom, zoom, zoom, fly faster and higher!
Using the ancient Japanese art of Origami, you will learn how to make your paper planes fly higher and faster, longer and higher than ever before with new and innovative folding techniques.
Participants use their body as a tool to communicate while playing a range of dynamic games and participating in challenging dramatic and movement exercises. They will stretch both the body and the imagination while having fun and working both individually and as a team.
Decorate your very own elegant mask disguise with glitter, sequins, feathers and more. Participants will have the opportunity to parade their creations following the workshop – just like a real masquerade ball!
Participants will have fun examining and learning about many aspects of comedy and clowning including mime and movement, voice and characterisation. You will have the opportunity to work creatively, both individually and in groups, to invent scenes and short performance routines and to explore the fundamentals of what makes an audience laugh.
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