2019 January school holiday program

2019 January school holiday program 19/11/2018
Have fun making your very own Summer ceramic tile and much more!  

​Build a Ceramic Summer Tile – Two day workshop

 18 and 25 January

Cost

$20 (two-day workshop)

Details

Have fun making your very own Summer ceramic tile! Learn hand building and glazing techniques these Summer School Holidays with the experienced and friendly ceramic teacher - Diamando Koutsellis.

Day one - Hand building

Day two - Glazing and colouring

Important information

  • Wear comfortable clothes and enclosed shoes
  • Bring a bottle of water; snack is optional (no nut products)
  • For parents/guardians - drop off your child inside the workshop classroom 5 mins before the commencement of class and pick up your child at the end of the workshop. We do not provide childminding after the class
  • We do not allow adults present at the workshop apart from our facilitator for WHS safety reasons. You are welcome to wait outside the classroom until the conclusion of the workshop

 FREE Film Screenings at Bankstown Arts Centre

  • Paper Planes

 

Tuesday 22 January, 11am

Cost

FREE

Details

Watch Paper Planes on the big screen with us!

Bankstown Arts Centre invites you to the free movie screening of this uplifting Australian story. 

Dylan Webber, is an imaginative twelve-year-old boy with a knack for folding and flying paper planes. After discovering his talent could take him to the top at the World Junior Paper Plane Championship, Dylan prepares to take on powerful rivals. With a great challenge soaring ahead, and a goal to fly into the number one spot, there's no telling how far he can go!

Important information

Because this is a public event, adult supervision is required for audience 15 years and under. Please book enough tickets for you and your child/children.

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  •  Wonderstruck

 

 Thursday 24 January, 11am

Cost

FREE

Details

Watch Wonderstuck on the big screen with us!

Bankstown Arts Centre invites you to the free movie screening of this uplifting story about stories through time.

Wonderstruck tells the story of a young boy in the Midwest of the United States and is told simultaneously with a tale about a young girl in New York from fifty years ago as they both seek the same mysterious connection.

Important information

Because this is a public event, adult supervision is required for audience 15 years and under. Please book enough tickets for you and your child/children.

 

Other information

What if I can no longer make it to the performance?

Our school holiday program is extremely popular, we kindly ask that you only register if you are confident you can attend. We understand that at times, circumstances change unexpectedly. If you cannot attend and need to cancel your ticket(s), please inform us at artscentre@cbcity.nsw.gov.au as soon as possible so that we can offer your spot to someone on the waiting list.

Limited AT THE DOOR tickets will be released, subject to availability.

Guest Conduct

  • Students attending classes will follow the rules of the Centre and the instructions of the teacher or other staff.
  • Students will not interfere with the work of others and will not behave in ways that present risks to the safety of themselves or others.
  • Students who present a risk to others or themselves through repeated inappropriate behaviour may be refused enrolment.
  • If children do not follow the rules or repeated requests from teachers or other staff to behave in an appropriate manner, parents will be contacted to collect their child from the Centre.

Refund

Fees are non-refundable, and there are no transfers or refunds if you miss the workshop.

Access information

Entry to Bankstown Arts Centre is via the front of the building at Dale Parade. Visitors with restricted mobility can utilise all public spaces at the Arts Centre. Disabled parking is also available at the Olympic Parade car park.

 Public transport

Bankstown Arts Centre is within five minutes walking distance from Bankstown Station and Bus Interchange.

 Parking at the precinct

Parking is very limited at the Arts Centre precinct. Participants are suggested to use public transport wherever possible. Limited free 4-hours (4P) parking and disabled parking is available at the community carpark located on Olympic Parade.