Tag Archives: Perth

Thurtinkles Telling Tales at W.A Festivals

Thurtinkle writes: This year, Ive had a wonderful time so far getting out and about to the Western Australian Festivals while im over here at the end of the world in Perth! Ive met lots of young & old story … Continue reading

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Imaginary Leaps at Meerilinga Childrens Centre , Coolbellup, WA

For the past 8 weeks, Rachel has been playing with families with young children at Meerilinga Childrens Centre, on another early years creative engagement programme here in Coolbellup. Last year , I worked with families here on a CANWA funded … Continue reading

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Terry Jones Fairytales at Beaufort St Festival

Thurtinkle and Rachel had a great time performing their last shows for the Beaufort St Festival in Perth, WA this year. Although a very hot, sunny day (unusual for Perth!) – we had an enthusiatic audience and a chance to … Continue reading

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Imaginary Leaps at REmida,Perth WA

Last month, Rachel was artist in residence at REmida, a recycled resources centre in Perth. as part of her research, she invited her friend’s 3 year old to explore the building and all its contents. He was interested in all … Continue reading

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Imaginary Leaps with Kulunga Aboriginal Kindergarten, W.A

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Allira, Rachel and Chris celebrate at NAIDOC day Since July 2012, I have been collaborating with Kulunga Aboriginal Kindergarten, Hilton, Fremantle, Western Australia, a unique community resource for supporting early years children of Indegenous heritage and their families. I have … Continue reading

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Imaginary Leaps Australia Council for the Arts Professional Development

Rachel Riggs, ‘Imaginary Leaps’ Creative Director is continuing with her Professional Community Arts Partnerships Development with Kulunga Aboriginal Kindergarten in Perth , Western Australia. Funded by the Australia Council for the Arts, Rachel is able to focus on developing and … Continue reading

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Actors Studio Masterclass – puppetry & object theatre

Feb 20 Rachel Riggs Puppetry and Object Theatre Find out about creating performance through working with objects and the power of puppetry. Actors Studio – a series of 9 three-hour workshops on a variety of performing arts skills for actors … Continue reading

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Thurtinkle Tells Tales at Stirling Childrens Festival, Perth,WA

Rachel & Adam had a great time yesterday telling our traditional stories with Thurtinkle and making up new ones with the children of Stirling, Perth. Was really fun to be playing and improvising, taking the childrens ideas for narratives including … Continue reading

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Change of Heart – Fringe World , Perth, Western Australia

‘Its a fool looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart’ from ‘O Brother Where Art Thou? Its been a very hot week, with temperatures reaching near 40 degrees somedays in rehearsal  in my studio,with no air con, … Continue reading

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Imaginary Leaps Programmes 2012 – 2013 Western Australia

Over the past few months, Imaginary Leaps has been engaged in an exciting programme of creative play in partnership with the new Meerilinga Children & Family Centre, Cockburn and Kulunga Aboriginal Kindergarten, Hilton, Fremantle, Western Australia. http://www.meerilinga.org.au/children-parenting/parenting-services   Funded by … Continue reading

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