Woodcutting and Printing
Safely using lino cutters to create wood blocks for printing in a variety of ways. Topic depends on class focus.Linked to art work by NZ printmakers. This programme is best delivered in three separate sessions.
Practising artist seriously for past 7 years in paint and mixed media
Over 25 years art teaching experience from yr 1 to tertiary.
Part time lecturer and tutor at University of Otago College of Education,Southland Campus.
Otago Southland Facilitator for Primary Schools, for delivery of Visual Arts Curriculum Contract 2007
Arts Practice Medium: Visual Arts
Topics or Genres of Expertise: Woodcut printmaking
Languages Spoken: English
Target Age Group: Senior Primary, Junior Secondary
Preferred Group Size: Large (20+)
2008 - October, November, December
Space and Resources Required: 5 metres x 5 metres of performance space
- $50.00 per hour
- Travel: 0.65c km
Mode of Delivery: Workshop
Cultural Context: European, European, Pasifika, Maori
Another Dance Company moved from the U.K to New Zealand in August 2010.
A.D.C's work includes;
- professional contemporary choreography & performance
- dance education for young people and adults within formal education and the community
- project management.
Our dance education work includes performance projects, cross-curricular work, dance P.E, extended schools clubs and S.E.N projects.
Performance projects range from choreographing dance with young people to planning, creating and managing performance events.
Another Dance Company create cross-curricular projects to engage young people in curriculum subjects through dance. A.D.C's main focus in this area so far has been to bring literature to life through movement. A.D.C. secured funding from the Clore Duffield Foundation (U.K.) to work with 6 different schools on a dance and text project. Each group created a dance based upon a story, which they went on to perform. The entire project was conceived, planned, choreographed and managed by A.D.C.
Another Dance Company deliver dance P.E. sessions with a focus upon developing and refining movement skills. Sessions can include music and drama components for a more holistic performing arts experience.
A.D.C facilitate longer term in-depth projects with a real focus on the development of young people. Dance is the medium to achieve change in other areas of young people's lives. Agreed specific aims, decided with the school and pupils, steer the content of the delivery. Through Creative Partnerships (a flagship government initiative in the U.K) Another Dance Company have delivered focused projects to raise confidence and aspirations, and to improve reading and writing skills.
Another Dance Company create and deliver sessions and performance projects for young people with special educational needs. Past projects have included regular sessions leading to performances, intensive arts week dance activities, and youth group projects. A.D.C work in both primary and secondary S.E.N. schools as well as with community groups.
Another Dance Company deliver a range of adult projects.
Past work includes;
-teaching the dance & movement component of the Circus in Performance Course at Greentop Circus,
-leading adult community sessions,
-establishing and organising Sheffield Dance Collective; monthly workshops with guest teachers for the professional dance community.
A.D.C create and facilitate inset training days for teachers. Mentoring programmes support performing arts specialists working in education. Another Dance Company devise and manage projects from conception to evaluation.
Laura Aldridge, artistic director of Another Dance Company, has a BPA in Contemporary Dance from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance (U.K) and 4 years experience in dance education.
Rave Reviews:-. ‘This is a wonderfully energetic and engaging one hour. It is also the most fabulous and dynamic teaching tool that covers so many aspects of the curriculum through such a physically creative and artistic performance. The actors so obviously enjoy and have fun with their work and the constant surprising ways in which they use props. The students were all buzzing as they exited’ Fiona Keith-Kirk H.O.D Drama Pakuranga College “The students were captivated by the show, and it was thoroughly enjoyed by staff too! The structure of what you presented was most informative, the humour delightful and well-sustained from start to finish, and the energy levels throughout, simply outstanding. The range of themes, characters and performance styles ensured that you never once ‘lost’ the audience.” Helen Dallaston-Year 10 Dean, St.Cuthbert’s College
Programme Materials Provided for Schools: No