In response to the Covid-19 Pandemic and its requirement that young people stay at home with their families Core Creations has moved its youth workshops online.
Even better they are offering FREE Circus Workshops based around Creativity and Wellness.
The free on-line circus classes will keep the whole family entertained and help young people keep up and maintain their circus skills while at home.
Each Monday at 3.30pm Core Creations we will be posting videos created by its fantastic tutors. However participants must complete workshop 1 & 2 before they can partake in the video tutorials. Workshops 1 & 2 are centred on Circus craft, giving clear instructions of how to make circus equipment from household items.
The project is funded by Waterford City and County Council. Pre COVID -19 the workshops took place each Monday during school terms in St. Olaf’s Church Peter St. Waterford.
Core Creations is a new emerging company that is dedicated to community development with arts as its main focus of work. Director Enda Moran has extensive child and vulnerable young adult training and his background in social care empowers Core Creations as a suitable candidate for the facilitation of workshop programmes with community and special needs organisations.
Over the past 12 years, through education and work experience, Moran has gained skills in various related disciplines including Street Spectacle/Circus Tutor & Directing, Aerial chorography and movement, Dance, Community Arts Facilitatation, and Set design.
His clients have included Galway Theatre Festival, Brothers of Charity, Dublin Dance Festival, Glastonbury, Electric Picnic, Spraoi International Festival, Little Red Kettle, Garter Lane Arts Centre, CETB (Cork Education & Training Board), Wexford County Council, Kildare County Council, Waterford City & County Council, Waterford Youth Arts, Surf & Turf, T Bay Surf Club & Irish Surfing.
Enda Moran’s work in the community as a teacher and facilitator is closely interwoven with his experience as a solo and collaborative performer. Through his work he continues to create and develop links between community and performing arts using immersive and alternative performance techniques.
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