Exploring Stories

An exciting workshop at Exeter Library for children and families! Come get involve creating and exploring new and exciting stories through drama and craft activities! For ages 5-11, younger siblings and parents welcome to stay and get stuck in!

Exploring Stories

About this event

Starts: Tuesday 3 October 2017 9:00 AM

Ends: Tuesday 3 October 2017 5:00 PM

At: Exeter Library

Organised by: Anthos Arts

We're thrilled to be returning to Exeter Library for another fantastic family workshop!

Join us for our fantastic 'Exploring Stories' workshop! Together we will make and explore our very own adventure, using acting, puppetry, craft and physical theatre to bring them it life! This exciting event is for children age 5-11. Children can also earn their Arts Award Discover certificate by taking part in the workshop.

The workshop will take place at Exeter Library in the Rougemont Room.

Tickets for the event cost £7 for a single or £12 for a sibling ticket (2x children). We welcome parents and younger siblings to join us and get involved! Parents and siblings under 5 go free but must attend with a child age 5-11.

For more information, or if you have any questions, email Jake (jake.anthos-arts@outlook.com).



Exeter Central Library is an Arts Award Supporter. You can see their profile here.

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Anthos Arts

Anthos Arts

At the centre of Anthos Arts is the term ‘accessible’. This is not just for the work we intend to create, but also for the participants we wish to recruit; funding enables us to pay for those who may find themselves financially or geographically isolated and who would usually struggle to access similar ventures.

Anthos Arts looks to discover the potential of young imaginations, guiding the group in a creative, expressive process, probing questions about what it means to be a young person in Devon. The project Anthos creates build confidence and healthy esteem by developing self-identities, in a safe, local and nurturing environment.

Further, Anthos Arts utilises the Arts Award template so that the facilitator may award its members with a National Qualification at the end of the process, after the final performance. This award can be for the Bronze or Silver qualification and is a highly regarded certificate that is recognisable by Higher Education/Further Education and employers.

Performing physical theatre gives performers the opportunity to use and combine many techniques; to express themselves, not solely through acting or dance, but through a diverse range of art forms.

Creating the performance, Anthos will guide the group through:

•Acting and Improvisation

•Physical Theatre and Dance

•Social Engaged Arts and Creative Writing

•Ways of Applying Theatre into the Community

This is a multi-layered company that asks groups to push barriers, think independently, work as a community, learn new skills, and - above all – have fun

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