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Have you seen these young film makers in Darwin? LAUNCH Darwin has been sharing the wonderful content over the last week. Here are just some of the awesome clips! Can you spot the Corrugated Iron actors?
Check out our Instagram and Facebook pages to see our previous creative challenges!
Join in with the Corrugated Iron Juggling Challenge!
Challenge started: April 22
Find items around your house that you think you can juggle! You can try juggling one, two or even three items! Snap a photo or send us a video, we would love to see what you can do! (Remember to find safe objects not sharp objects!)
Art in Nature Photography ChallengeChallenge started: May 6
Find or create art with the world around you! You can explore your back yard, you may find something inspiring on a walk or even with food when you are cooking! Snap a photo and send it through to us so we can share!
Please note submissions will be reposted onto social media or on the website to share with the community. We want to show people the wonderful creativity of our crew!
You can still get involved and play at home! send us what you and the family have created!
Exquisite Corpse Challenge!
Challenge started: April 6
Usually it happens on paper.The first person draws a head and neck, then folds the paper back so the next person can’t see. The next person draws a body, then folds the paper back. The last person draws the feet. If you would like to play, you can draw either:- head and neck- a body with neck and top of legs- legs and feetIf you would like to add to our gallery, you can take a photo of your drawing and email to us! Here are what submissions have been created!
Aerial and circus
Wash Your Hands Circus Smirkus Style
There are so many creative circus at home videos coming out right now! We especially love this video created by Circus Smirkus Big Top Tour trouper Theo LeBlanc. Learn how to stay safe and have fun while washing your hands with this bubble making tutorial. Click here for the video.
The 7 Stages of Laughter with Westchester Circus Arts
Trying out this clowning progression from Westchester Circus Arts' Mr. Amazing is guaranteed to boost your mood. Check out the 7 Stages of Laughter here.
Free Aerialist Survival Guide from Aerial Physique
Aerial Physique is offering a FREE Aerialist's Survival Guide with mindset tips, at-home conditioning challenges, act creation templates, & colouring! For more information, click here.
List of online circus classes...
KneeHigh Theatre Company have been doing challenges called windows to the world.
There are 10 so far: Don't forget to send in your clips to Corrugated Iron too!
Do a class with ATYP, new online classes kicking off in May:
Do drama online with The Young Company in Cairns. Connect one on one with a The Young Company facilitator and extend your performance resume and auditioning skills with online Monologue performance.Extend your creative knowledge with tips and tricks of the trade as well as work on your vocalisation, articulation and character intention through interactive rehearsal sessions.
Do a class in America with the leading school for Improv (all ages including adults):
There are heaps of workshops you can jump into from just $25 a session! Check it out!
JOIN Story Pirates Creators Club for 1 month for free:
Story pirates is an incredible organisation that uses their professional team of performers to bring kids stories to life on stage in fully staged productions. Join Now!
Emil and the detectives!
Determined to keep the joy and wonder of live performance alive for young people.
Nothing can compare to the ‘shared time and space’ of live theatre, but in extraordinary times we must learn to adapt. When the plague hit London in 1608, Shakespeare and the Kings Men hit the road and began touring the countryside of England – so in these times of limited movement we shall venture online. Watch this live performance online for just $8!
Monologue & Individual Performance Exercises
Create your own characters our of toilet paper rolls for a performance!
Master a monologue
Subscribe to Starlight TV online. New content all the time...
Personal favourite of Kyle's is this fart parody of Moana:
More creative activities for young people
Virtual activities for young people:
Play with set lighting on stage
Exploring art with children:
Tips on how to record a good film on your phone:
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