Aboriginal Vocal Identification Program

Region: Metro South and West | Casula
Years 7 to 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
Local arts program Public schools Music
Tags: Voice

The Aboriginal Vocal Identification Program as a collaboration between the NSW Department of Education and KARI, seeks to enhance the vocal talents of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander public school students in Year 7 to Year 12.

This program provides students with the opportunity to:

  • study vocal technique
  • build confidence to perform publicly
  • participate in a public performance
  • develop skills to plan for future goals in vocal performance.

Nominations

Nominations for this program will open late Term 3.

2022 dates 

Workshops

A one day workshop will be held at Casula Powerhouse from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 13 December 2022 (Term 4 Week 10)

COVID-19 notice

The operation of this program is contingent on advice provided by the NSW Department of Education in consultation with NSW Health. All activities will adhere to the DoE COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions.

Visit the COVID-19 and public schools in NSW web page for more information.

Enquiries

Janene McPherson
Program Coordinator
Michelle Murphy
Arts Coordination Officer
Riverwood Education Office

Venue

Casula Powerhouse
1 Powerhouse Road
Casula NSW 2170
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Glenfield Education Office
Roy Watt Road
Glenfield NSW 2167
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