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Cert II in Visual Art

The Pavilion School has an opportunity for Indigenous young people to take part in a fully sponsored Certificate II in Visual Arts that is led by Central Queensland University. The Visual Arts project hopes to increase opportunities for Indigenous young people, to further their education, training. The project has a digital technology component that will develop links to local industry. We have twelve places available to take part with full sponsorship. The course will involve hands-on art and technology mentoring by experts, as well as some online learning. The course will run for 7 months.

Pavilion School Address: 1/3 Sylvester Grove, Preston VIC 3072

In a partnership with Central QLD University, Reservoir Neighbourhood House and Banyule Community Health Service.

Expression of Interest please contact Yvonne or Reservoir Neighbourhood House Phone: 03 9462 4611

Email: coordinator@reservoirnh.org.au

2017 Skateboard All Aboard Skateboarding Program

All Aboard Skateboard Sessions are a free, co-educational skateboard workshop program that's primary focus is creating new participants in skateboarding. The sessions' emphasise gender equality and general inclusion with all equipment provided. Thanks to the Banyule City Council, skateboarding teachers Richard Flude and Rachel Delphin from skateboarding education outfit Ownlife will be hosting the following 18 All Aboard Skateboarding Sessions at Greensborough skatepark in 2017...

WEDNESDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY: 3.30PM - 6PM

SUNDAY, 26TH FEBRUARY: 3.30PM - 6PM

WEDNESDAY, 1ST MARCH: 3.30PM - 6PM

SUNDAY, 5TH MARCH: 3.30PM - 6PM

WEDNESDAY, 15TH MARCH: 3.30PM - 6PM

SATURDAY, 18TH MARCH: 3.30PM - 6PM

WEDNESDAY, 22ND MARCH: 3.30PM - 6PM

WEDNESDAY, 26TH APRIL: 3.30PM - 6PM

SUNDAY, 30TH APRIL: 3.30PM - 6PM

WEDNESDAY, 10TH MAY: 3.30PM - 6PM

SUNDAY, 14TH MAY: 3.30PM - 6PM

WEDNESDAY, 17TH MAY: 3.30PM - 6PM WEDNESDAY, 24TH MAY: 3.30PM - 6PM

SUNDAY, 28TH MAY: 3.30PM - 6PM WEDNESDAY, 31ST MAY: 3.30PM - 6PM

SUNDAY, 4TH JUNE: 3.30PM - 6PM WEDNESDAY, 7TH JUNE: 3.30PM - 6PM

SUNDAY, 11TH JUNE: 3.30PM - 6PM

Where: Greensborough SkatePark YANDO ST, OFF THE CIRCUIT

Wet weather updates & event wrap-ups see Ownlife Social Media (ownlife.com.au • facebook/ownlifebeinit • Instagram: @ownlifebeinit)

SKATEBOARDS & SAFETY GEAR AVAILABLE IF NEEDED
REGISTER ON THE DAY: ADULT SIGNATURE REQUIRED FOR MINORS
ALL SESSIONS ARE ALCOHOL-FREE AND DRUG-FREE

This program is supported by the Victorian Skateboard Association (VSA). The VSA is recognised by the Victorian State Government as the Peak Body for Skateboarding in Victoria. VSA’s aim is to foster, encourage and promote skateboarding throughout Victoria.

Visit www.skateboardingvictoria.org.au to learn more about VSA 

 

 

Youth Drop In Centre

Every Friday Night 6.30pm - 9pm @ Open House 67-71 Strathallan Road Macleod

Contact Bec or Tim for more info on 9450 7600

$4 local bus drop off

  • Affordable cafe food
  • Music
  • Table Tennis
  • Pool Table
  • Playstation
  • Chill Out Area

headspace Greensborough term 1 Programs

headspace Greensborough's group programs commence this week. Term 1 programs include Monday I Made Art workshops, our All About Adulting workshops for young people who are thinking of moving into independent accommodation or have recently left home, Study Without Stress tips and tricks for VCE students and our Worry Less workshops for young people aged 14 - 17 years. All workshops are FREE.

 

For more info, please contact headspace Greensborough on 9433 7200

I Made Art workshops

I Made Art workshops @ headspace Greensborough

Looking for a creative outlet in a relaxed and friendly environment?

 

headspace Greensborough's I Made Art workshops are open to youn gpeople aged 12 - 25 years. No artistic experience is necessary and all workshops are FREE! 

 

When: Each Monday 3pm - 4.30pn

Where: headspace Greensborough; Level 1, 78 Main Street Greensborough

Contact: For more information contact headspace Greensborough on 9433 7200

Getting Down to Business 2017

Are you a young person aged 16-25 and wanting to start your own business?
You may be eligible for the Getting Down to Business program!

This program has worked with young people who have started businesses in IT, new technologies, solar energy, fashion, construction, engineering, publishing, design, hospitality, food and many others!

Applications are open until January 30th. To find out more or to apply, head to www.gettingdowntobusiness.com.au

Push Songs 2017 – Applications Now Open!

Push Songs’ innovative and inspiring song writing mentoring program continues into its 9th year throughout February, March and April 2017 and again it’s FREE!

Successful applicants will take part in FOUR, one on one song writing workshops, plus be invited to join the Tuesday Night Song Club and meet and share ideas and live performance opportunities with fellow song writers.

Working alongside Push Songs co-ordinator Charles Jenkins, will be a bevy of outstanding song writing mentors including Wil Wagner (Smith St Band), Angie Hart, Oh Pep!, Clare Reynolds, Will Cuming – Lanks (pictured) and Cash Savage.

Participants from all corners of the state of Victoria and of any age are encouraged to apply for the Brunswick-based program managed by The Push and APRA AMCOS and supported by Creative Victoriathe Australia Council and APRA AMCOS.

Push Songs APPLICATIONS CLOSE Monday Jan 30, 2017: Fill out the easy application here 

Established in 2009, Push Songs acknowledges the artistic, creative and long term career impact that passing on experience, skills, ideas, knowledge, encouragement, confidence and inspiration brings to the songwriter. Push Songs is a significant link in the music industry offering creative, practical advice, networking and performance opportunities to up and coming Victorian songwriters.

FOR MORE INFORMATION please contact The Push on (03) 9380 1277.

Push Songs proudly presented by The Push, APRA AMCOS, Creative Victoria and the Australia Council.

2016 Youth Summit

The 2016 Youth Summit brought together over 100 young people to discuss topics such as gender equality, the environment and cultural diversity. Please read the attached list of recommendations. A report card will be produced in late 2017 to show the results.

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Tech Specs: Sound and Lighting Training Program

Learn the basics of live sound and lighting operation in a FREE eight-week course with Arts Centre Melbourne’s Production team. Get a transferable VET unit of competency in OHS and work as part of the production team on a live hip-hop event with the Dig Deep collective.

For further details contact Charlotte on 0439 474 790 or charlotte.hilder@artscentremelbourne.com.au.
 

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