Women and Young People - new creative programs and partners
We are delighted to be working with a number of domestic violence support services to deliver creative arts workshops for women. We have also expanded our youth programs to partner with Evolve Housing for Youth in the Western Suburbs (Guildford) to deliver a series of workshops for young people aged 16-25, also offering the opportunity to link into our new interactive forum theatre work On The Edge in November! If you want to know more about the benefits and long-term impacts you and your community service can expect from partnering to run our workshops, please contact our CEO Judith, firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving Out Moving On
Continuing over a period of 18 months these workshops will explore wellbeing domains through creative arts processes such as; what it means to be loved and connected, what makes a healthy life, what opportunities do we have for participation, learning and empowerment.
Above video content "Loved and Connected" by Kay Armstrong, Support Artist Alicia Gonzalez, Artist Jessica. Developed in partnership with Domestic Violence Service Management, 2017.
This series of workshops is hosted at Redfern Community Centre (Mondays from 10:30am, 5 Feb - 26 Mar, 30 Apr - 25 Jun & 23 Jul - 10 Sep) and led by facilitating artist Kay Armstrong and supported by artist Alicia Gonzalez.
Any women with a lived experience of violence and/or homelessness are welcome to join these workshops at any time. More more information click here or contact a Moving Out, Moving On worker on (02) 9251 2405. To learn more about Domestic Violence Service Management's work visit their website: www.dvnswsm.org.au/support/where-we-work/momo
Next week we will begin a new 10 week workshop program exclusively for women and children accessing Women & Girls Emergency Centre services. Led by facilitating artist Cali Prince and supported by artist Christie Woodhouse, women and their children are invited to learn, laugh, create and collaborate through exploring the creative arts.
Women's and Girls Emergency Centre (WAGEC) is a non-government, not-for-profit charitable organisation that proudly delivers a range of crisis and early intervention accommodation and support services to women, children and young people, and families who are experience or at risk of homelessness and/or domestic and family violence. For more information about their work please visit: www.wagec.org.au & their social media https://www.facebook.com/WAGECREDFERN/