Sapphire Coast Learning Community Creative Arts Camp

Region: Regional South | Tathra
Years 5 to 8
Local arts program Public schools Dance Drama Visual arts
Tags: Circus arts, Media arts

The Sapphire Coast Learning Community (SCLC) Creative Arts Camp is a 3-day residential camp for public school students in Years 5 to 8 with an interest in visual and creative arts. Students extend their skills in a setting facilitated by professional artists, artisans and coordinators with the company of like-minded peers.

The camp plays a major role in closing the equity gap on the far South Coast by providing access to high-quality workshop opportunities often unavailable in local, isolated communities. 

Workshops in dance, drama, circus art, physical theatre, mural art, woodwork, film making and Aboriginal arts are all part of the camp program.

In 2022, students may participate in the camp as either a residential camper or day camper.

Students will be bused to and from Bega Civic Centre each day, where most dance, drama, circus and visual arts workshops will be held. 

Residential students
Cost: $250 covering all tuition, activities, bus travel, accommodation and most meals. 
Arrival: Monday 4 April 8:00 am Kianinny Bush Cabins, Tathra
Departure: Wednesday 6 April 7:30 pm Bega Civic Centre

Day students
Cost: $180  covering all tuition, activities, bus travel, lunch and tea 
Arrival each day: Kianinny Bush Cabins 8:30 am
Pick up Monday and Tuesday: Kianinny Bush Cabins 7:30 pm
Pick up Wednesday: Bega Civic Centre 7:30 pm

All students must gain approval from their parent/carer and their school principal to attend the camp.


2022 camp dates

Monday 4 to Wednesday 6 April 2022
(Term 1 Week 11) 

Venue

Kianinny Bush Cottages Tathra

Expression of interest

Expressions of interest are now open and close on Friday 4 March 2022.  

Interested students should complete the SCLC Creative Arts Camp Expression of Interest form by Friday 4 March 2022.

Successful students will be notified by Friday 11 March 2022.

 


 

 

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

Peter Claxton
Coordinator
Phone
Claire Morgan
Coordinator
Sue Dawson
Arts Coordination Officer
Warilla Education Office
Phone

Venue

Kianinny Bush Cottages
246 Tathra Road
Tathra NSW 2550
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