KARI Foundation is excited to announce that as an approved Creative Kids provider we are set to deliver and facilitate a number of programs in 2020.
Creative Kids is a NSW Government initiative, which is all about making it easier for school-aged young people (4.5 to 18 years old) to get involved in creative and cultural activities.
Parents, guardians and carers can claim a $100 voucher per year to put towards the cost of lessons and fees with registered providers.
It is a great opportunity to let young people find their passion and learn new skills.
Vouchers can be used to contribute to registration, participation and tuition costs for performing arts, visual arts, coding, languages, literature, music and other creative and cultural activities.
Our Creative and Performing Arts team have developed a music and singing program that aims to teach the skill involved in understanding your voice as an instrument and putting it to practice through performance technique workshops. The program will be offered over a 2-day period across dates in upcoming school holiday periods.
In addition, staff that attended recent Didgeridoo workshops in Brisbane will now pass their knowledge on to young people in an effort to deliver music in a culturally supportive context.
Workshops will teach young people the skill and technique involved in learning how to play the Didgeridoo and explain the historical significance and importance of the instrument.
The team will also guide young people through the process of making their own Didgeridoo to continue their cultural journey at home.
Registrations of interest for both programs can be made with the Community Programs team at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Creative Kids Program and how to apply for a Creative Kids voucher, click here.