Swoop has had it's current logo for more than 10 years! It's time for a bit of a tweak methinks. The lovely graphic designer Elana Clark - a fellow Northern Beaches mama, has been working on a few adjustments to help bring our logo up to date. I have posted some choices on our Facebook page - let me know which you prefer.
Peace and inverted shenanigans
Extremely pumped to announce that we are starting classes in term 2. A bit sick of waiting for a great warehouse so in the meantime classes will be at South Narrabeen SLSC on wednesday afternoons 4-5pm starting 29th April (week 2 of school term)
At this stage I'm starting the first level of kids classes (6-10 yrs) for all levels of experience.
Classes will include acrobalance, tumbling, hula hooping, juggling, drama games and activities to build confidence and gross motor skills.
Interested? Simply email me and ill be in touch.
Well, the hunt for the perfect Swoop HQ has turned into an epic journey. Dreams of having the space open for the Easter holidays have been put to death for our sins (not submitting our tax on time) but will hopefully be resurrected...even if only for the sake of metaphorical continuity ;-)
Basically, as we all know, tax sucks! But once this mahoooosive tax bill is out of the way, there should be nothing stopping us from finally opening our own space.
In other news, I'm pumped to be booked into a course with Circus Training Australia in July. This means better quality programming and even more skills from Swoop in the future.
Also, don't miss our new monthly spotlights on the Swoop Facebook page, starting next month with Antonin Artaud April. Every month will focus on a different physical theatre practitioner, style or company, organised alliteratively of course because I'm OCD;
Artaud in April
Meyerhold in May
Jacques (Lecoq) in June
Jerzy in July
Anne (Bogart) in August
Suzuki in September
Oida (Yoshi) in October
Noh in November
Decroux in December
Hopefully these studies will not only give you guys a stronger background in physical theatre, but also add to my knowledge as I search for hidden gems of info on the history of this incredible art form.
Wishing everyone an eggcellent easter (sorry, no original jokes in the vault),
Danielle has been practising and teaching physical theatre, drama and circus skills for over 15 years. She is a qualified secondary drama teacher with a Bachelor of International Creative Arts and she is a mother to two crazy boys.