At SEE we believe everyone is creative.
Our open community workshops are about the joy of movement. Ideas and concepts are generated by you and explored through dance, movement, text, games, and improvisation.
We offer workshops on Tuesdays from 4.00-5.30pm during the Tasmanian Public School terms. Workshop tuition is included in your annual $25/ year SEE membership.
Workshops are led by the SEE Core Ensemble and Creative Provocateurs.
Workshops are open to all movers over 10 years old. No previous experience is required. The class operates on a 'personal best' principle and suits all body types and skillsets.
Come and make new friends, learn new moves, and how performance is made.
pathways to work
Are you interested in working in the arts but not sure where to start?
In our Pathways to Work Program you will have the opportunity to:
- Develop skills in art making, performance, arts administration, and broader work in the arts sector.
- Connect with other artists, who work to make art in inclusive spaces.
- Connect to the arts sector through events and performances.
- Perform and create your own work to be shared with the public.
- Build job readiness.
- Be supported to access traineeships and work-placements.
This program is personalised just for you and aims to lead you into volunteering work, employment opportunities, regular community access programs, or a combination of the above, all depending on your individual goals and ambitions.
ARE YOU EXCEPTIONAL?
Be Your Exceptional Self at SEE.
SEE is about knocking down the barriers to participation in performance. It is about offering a creative experience to everyone and bringing all of those dancing bodies onto public stages of their own design. It is about bringing exceptions, exclusions, the outsiders, gaps in thinking, and gaps in moving out into the open. It is about creating exceptions to the rules.
Join us for exceptional acts and exceptional encounters, and most importantly, a chance to move with exceptional people: people who defy norms, who don't fit neatly, and who challenge our expectations of dance and the dancing body.