Education Matters

How Drama builds character on and off the stage

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Aug 12, 2017 6:00:00 AM

We all hope that our children become people of ‘good’ character, but what does this really mean and how do we encourage them to build ‘good’ character?

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Topics: Parenting tips, Creative empowerment, Co-curricular activities, Creative arts

Friday Night Fever: A true taste of the Arts

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on May 10, 2017 6:00:00 AM

The 2017 Trinity Arts Festival is an annual event that showcases performances and exhibitions in all facets of the Creative and Performing Arts, from drama, debating and music, to art, creative writing and lots more. Starting on Thursday 25 May the festival continues until Friday 9 June 2017.

A highlight of the event is the Trinity Friday Night Fever experience to be held on Friday 2 June 2017. Friday Night Fever offers a unique opportunity to experience the Creative Arts at Trinity Grammar School, through a variety of short performances that are repeated every 45 minutes.

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Topics: Music, Trinity difference, Performing arts, Creative empowerment, Co-curricular activities, Education, Creative arts

Why the creative arts is for all … not just for artists

Posted by Brendan Duhigg on Feb 15, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Imagine having to make a music video that is not violent, sexist or racist. Doesn’t that challenge prevailing ideology? Imagine having to analyse how much advertising for alcohol, gambling and fast food there is in televised sport. Doesn’t that open students’ eyes that sport is not the national obsession? It’s what we do while watching the national obsession.

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Topics: Creative empowerment, Arts

How creative skills empower students to engage with humanity

Posted by Brendan Duhigg on Jan 18, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Performing Arts subjects such as Drama, Film and Entertainment may indeed turn your sons into artists, but they will also do something much more profound. They will train minds to deal with transformation, to work as a team towards a common creative goal, to exercise consensus and to problem-solve in ways not yet imagined. It sounds as though I’ve just described the role requirements of the Governor of the Reserve Bank.

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Topics: Performing arts, Creative empowerment