Stay sharp, stay creative, stay collaborative and brush up on your improv skills. Scenes, characters, relationships and stories are explores within the confines of the virtual world. Teachers guide you through the quirks of improvising online and coach you into better scene work.
Across Tasmania/Online - Learning Activities
The University of Tasmania is providing short courses to support a more confident and resilient community, and help Tasmanians face the challenges of COVID-19. Four modules can be chosen, which can include family history, healthy eating, mindfulness, financial planning and the environment.
While closed to the public, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is taking people on virtual tours of the museum. View in live time on Facebook or watch later on Facebook and YouTube.
Inalaâ€™s Jurassic Garden gives an insight into the heady times when Australia was part of the supercontinent Gondwana 185 million years ago. While people can't visit Inala during COVID-19, they can continue to learn about the garden, its ancient plants, and its wildlife through short videos on Facebook and YouTube.
The Burnie Concert Band senior band, adult learners band, junior band and junior learners band continue to practice music during COVID-19. Pieces are recorded and emailed to players by the Musical Director, with players able to reply with their own recordings. Membership is also available.
Community choir sessions with conductorÂ Lila Meleisia. No experience in singing needed and it doesn't matter if you have previously attended With One Voice sessions or not.