Looking for something to do that increases your
brain power? There are loads of free events coming up that could help
you pick up a new skill, give you a taste of your future career and
help switch on those neurons.
Genext runs events at the MCA five times a year. These events feature
a festival-like line up of live music, performance, art-making and
interactive experiences. They give participants exclusive access to
MCA exhibitions, allowing them to explore the gallery with nobody else
there, other than people the same age with the same interests.
Participants are welcome to explore, discuss and make art alongside
Western Sydney TAFE is running free workshops available in different
career areas. These include design, beauty, business, trades, tourism
These courses are designed to provide a foot in the door for a range
of jobs and further training. Whether you want to study for general
interest, top-up your training, or get a taste of a career before you
commit to an intensive course, there are plenty of options.
A full list of the available courses is listed on the Western
Sydney TAFE website.
CreativeMornings is a global, monthly series of breakfast lectures
Each event celebrates a city's creative talent and provides an open
space for creatives to connect with like-minded individuals.
CreativeMornings speakers are selected by each chapter based on a
global theme. They share stories and lessons they've learned
throughout their careers. Anyone can attend; visit the CreativeMornings
website to reserve your spot.
These free workshops, offered at Glebe library, will introduce you to
the basics of photography. Participants will be encouraged to explore
their own creativity whilst learning the basic rules of photography.
Topics covered include, basic composition, portrait and landscape
photography and mobile phone photography.
Join the crew at Redfern Community centre for a jam session, and
learn how to record music and sound effects. The centre offers
exciting free creative workshops and courses in music and sound
production. Workshops are designed for all creative levels from
beginners to advance. They provide a welcoming environment for artists
to learn and create together with the opportunity to perform for a
Pyrmont Community Centre is running free drama classes for all
would-be-thespians. These classes provide a place for passionate
students to work on their acting skills with others who share their
passion for the screen and stage. They assist participants in becoming
more polished actors through fun activities that help manage nerves,
speak confidently and increase the impact of their performances.
Turn yourself into a baking guru by joining local librarian and baker
Kathy, at Surry Hills Library. Learn how easy it is to whip up sweet
treats that will leave your friends and family in awe. These workshops
will take you through the whole process of baking; including learning
new techniques and recipes. Best of all everyone gets a sample and the
recipe to take home.
Classes take place monthly. All materials and ingredients are
provided. Bookings essential.