Primary & Secondary School Asian Culture Workshops & Shows

School Asian Culture Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Asian Culture workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Diwali Incursions & Indian Dance

Diwali is a celebration of good versus evil or light against dark which is why it is also known as the Festival of Lights. It has several different meanings in various regions across India including: • An association with the goddess Kali in the Bengal region •... > View Profile

Incursions R Us - Asian Fusion Dance Workshop

This dynamic dance genre draws from several Asian countries, including India, Japan, Indonesia and China. We begin the program with a welcome talk before presenting a classic Asian dance performance, and then we get everyone up for an interactive session to learn classic poses... > View Profile

Asian Incursions - VIC

Asia Raya presents “Mupadan”, a performance of music, puppetry and dance from Asia . The performing arts of this region are spectacular and reflect a diverse and fascinating people from within our geographical area. “Mupadan” the performance comprises... > View Profile

Australia Wide Indonesian Dance Workshops

Every School term Suara Indonesia Dance visits schools, universities and community groups all around Australia. Have Suara Indonesia Dance come to your school and help enrich your students' educational experience. Your students will not only be thoroughly entertained by the... > View Profile

Asian Incursions

The Immersion Room is an interactive incursion program introducing Asian culture to Victorian schools. From Karate to dumpling making, students will be completely immersed in Asian traditions and language. Activities have been carefully designed to ensure maximum participation... > View Profile

Asian Cultural Workshops - Cultural Infusion

Chinese Dance & Arts (VIC, NSW, WA, SA) Allow your students to engage with this interactive workshop, dance performance and cultural presentation that covers a variety of traditional Chinese dances.  The program provides an insight into the ancient world of Chinese culture,... > View Profile

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Circus: Pirateman Michael

An outlandish vagabond from another world... Specialising in nautical nonsense and sea shanty shenanigans, Pirateman brings a treasure trove of talent anywhere he goes! From crystal ball "contact juggling", LED circus arts and puppet characters quite literally hiding in his... > View Profile

Anti Bullying & Life Skills: Positive Education Workshops - Inspire Happy Humans!

  We provide Positive Education workshops to your school using scientifically supported interventions on the following topics: Goal setting (clear goals + realistic expectations) Positive Mindset (train brains to find the good) Resilience (bounce back after... > View Profile

Cookery: Kids' Cooking Incursions

Join the Colourful Chef on a cooking adventure to challenge your senses. Guess the ingredients, decorate a paper chef hat to keep and individually create two colourful dishes. No oven needed. We bring everything with us and take away the mess.  Sessions are designed by... > View Profile

Science: iFLY Education Programme

Take learning to new heights with iFLY's School education programme. Spark your students interest with captivating experiments focused on gravity, mass and velocity. Kids Education Package - 1 Flight per person - Curriculum aligned Education programme and wind... > View Profile

Magic: Magic Shows and Workshop

Trace of Magic is Sydney’s best kid’s magician. She is known to be a kids magnet and loves entertaining kids from 3+ years onwards. Her Kids Magic Show is fun, interactive and extremely funny. She leaves her little audience rolling on the floor laughing and captivated with the... > View Profile

Multicultural Studies: The Lucky Country

For years 5-9. The history of Australian immigration. Tours Sydney throughout the year. Booking now. The Lucky Country is a 50 minute celebration of multi-cultural Australia.  In the show we meet Beth Barry and her husband, Ten Pound Poms from the early 60s, Afifa the... > View Profile

Aboriginal: Toonworld Aboriginal Cartooning and Culture Incursion

Toonworld has your Naidoc week covered with a simple and fun workshop telling the fun story of a little Aboriginal boy from the Larrakia Nation in Darwin called "Bunji". Bunji means freind and was originally created by cartoonist and author Shane Stringer with the guidance of... > View Profile

African Drumming: African Soul Drummer

Everyone can benefit from the power of drumming and rhythm. Soul Drummer has a unique passion for exploring the many healing benefits of drumming. Our goal is to share that with the wider community. Drumming is a great activity for celebration, releasing stress, having fun... > View Profile