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This terrific performance with Vegas style illusions, amazing escapes and incredible close up magic provided some awesome family entertainment this Easter holidays. Tim-O-Magic presented his latest and greatest show 'Your Eyes Are Telling Lies', which left the audience mesmerised.
REPORTER FOR A DAY
TV, radio & print, this terrific holiday workshop allowed kids to learn about all things reporting. Giving them the chance record their own practice interviews & show them off.
Fiddlestix Variety markets @ the hub
Commencing each term from Saturday May 20th, Fiddlestix @ Prendiville Hub promotes only 100% local art, craft and business, from jewelry and craft to fresh produce and music! Students, staff and parents are invited to come together with the public to sell their products, hold demonstrations, and collaborate with others in a vibrant, festive atmosphere.
The Markets provide an opportunity for employment, business, entertainment, networking and sales for anyone interested. Individuals are encouraged to exercise their entrepreneurial skills by holding their own stalls, whether it be art, cooking, or woodwork. Those interested in art, dance, music and drama can also use this opportunity to perform in public, busk, or sell live cartoon drawings.
ATAR Excel is here, over 100 students attended and helpful guidance formed the basis of the Mastermind Australia program. Providing expert guidance was the job of the tutors as they helped students gain confidence and a better grip of Year Eleven and Twelve workloads. One such student gave an insight into the benefits the ATAR Excel program had to offer.
Zac Lloyd (17) is Head Boy at Quinns Baptist College and is thinking about applying for a place in the new Counter-Terrorism course operating out of ECU Joondalup. Zac felt that the ATAR Excel course would help him to sharpen his English skills and he has been pleased with what he has gained out of the course. Reading is such an important part of English interpretation so the course has helped Zac to reinvigorate his enjoyment for reading and then interpreting better the written word.
The Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and Western Australian Museum presented the terrific mesmerising theatre show ‘Boodja Kaatijin’ in the Redmond Theatre on Friday the 14th of July.
Audiences were spellbound by puppetry, masks and glow in the dark elements, Boodjar Kaatijin is the third instalment of their Kaatijin performance series. As Prendiville Catholic College welcomed Koorlbardi, Weitj, Nyingarn and their koordah. All a part of the City of Joondalup’s NAIDOC week celebrations, providing an adventure into traditional legends of how the land was created. Through a collection of four stories based on Noongar knowledge and storytelling, audiences will learn about the first sunrise, the creation of Kings Park, how the Kangaroo got its colour; how the echidna got its spikes and the creation of Wave Rock and the Stars.
Momentum Dance presented a triple bill of choreography for life-long dancers.
Featuring commissioned works by Israeli choreographer, Jin Plotkin and Australian choreographers Daryl Brandwood and Phillippa Clarke. Poetic and visually stirring, the choreography explored the sensations of hanging over the edge, crashing waves, muscle memories and the tender relationship between parent and child.
Momentum Dance's show was truly unstoppable. It provided opportunities for dance practitioners to continue to grow, no matter how old. The heart of Momentum Dance challenges stereotypes about what it means to be an older dancer.
Without forgetting the generous support of Claudia Alessi and The Chapel Space’s Artists-in-Residence program, Ausdance WA and WAAPA Dance.
Maths Week Event Night
Think 2 Infinity
The 2017 Prendiville Catholic College Maths Week; featured an evening of logic, games, strategy, vision & a special movie screening in the theatre.
With a range of fun family games, challenges, puzzles, prizes & even a Special Escape Room Game Challenge the night offered a enjoyable evening for all who attended.
Dr Anne Aly
A worth-while experience for many students was to listen in to guest speaker; Dr Anne Aly who was invited to speak at the Redmond Theatre to a group of eager politics & law students from Prendiville and nearby schools. Dr Aly is the lower house Labor Party member for the W.A. federal seat of Cowan. Dr Aly is a former teaching ECU Professor & is an intentionally renowned expert in counter-terrorism and counter-radicalisation.
fATHER'S dAY cAR sHOW
A sunny Sunday, a great day for the recent Father's Day (a week early) Car Show organised by Lachie Vance one of our very of Prendiville College students. Just over 50 cars were on show under the warm sunshine. It is hoped this will become an annual event.
mOBILISE IN jOONDALUP!
The Hub was chuffed to host The Mobilize Workshops over consecutive Saturdays September 9th & 16th as part of the vibrant W.A. Youth Theatre Company’s student program. Students aged between 14 to 17 indulged themselves in the specialized workshops comprising Acting, Movement for Performance, Story Telling and Improvisation.
“I don’t study drama at school but I had so much fun learning techniques in movement and improvisation, I’m definitely looking at studying drama in the future”, said Alyssa Stewart a Prendiville student who participated on the second Saturday. Friend Sophie Mullen talked Alyssa into joining her for the workshops. “We had a ball,” said Sophie “Learning to turn emotions on and off is not easy but it’s a lot easier when you are taught techniques. And it was good to get a chance create ideas for dramatic stories.”
The Hub thanks Carmel and her team at W.A.Y.T. Co and Lynsey and Jen at The City of Joondalup Arts for their support and funding of these unique workshops; these programs would not happen if it were not for these guys.
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