Arts Careers Evening

Do You Have What It Takes?

 

Arts Careers RSVP Form

 

Do you have what it takes to make a career in the Arts? It is a challenging journey, but incredibly rewarding and full of colour, music and creativity!

 

Join us on Monday 8 April (Week 10) to hear some of the outstanding industry professionals who have made it happen, and have been brave enough to chase their dreams of a career in the Arts. Our keynote speaker, Glenn Hall, will give our students and their families some inside tips on how to have a sustainable career and make the most of every opportunity that comes their way. There will also be plenty of time to ask questions and chat over a light supper.

 

Together, we can make the challenging journey easier by sharing our success, failures and experiences as a community that supports the Arts and our wonderful Mazenod students.

 

A bit about our keynote speaker Glen Hall

 

Glenn Hall is the founder and Creative director of Just Improvise™  and is specialised in improvised theatre, corporate entertainment and improv training with over 25 years experience. 

Glenn is one of Australia's most experienced improvisation teacher and performer, based in Perth.

 

As an Australian National Theatresports champion, Glenn regularly performs and works with Impro Australia (NSW), Impro Melbourne, Impro Mafia (QLD), On The Fly Impro (SA) and Impro ACT, and was a founding member and co-creator of Perth impro troupe, The Big Hoo Haa.

He´s a world renowned improviser and teacher, and is regularly invited to international improv festivals and theatres around the globe to share his knowledge. 

 

For more information about our keynote speaker, please see the link below:

Just Improvise

 

For more information please email Anne Greenley:

 greenley.anne@mazenod.wa.edu.au

 

or RSVP before April 5 by filling in the form below:

 Arts Careers RSVP Form

 

Beth Parkinson

Head of Drama