Next date: Tuesday, 12 July 2022 | 06:30 PM
to 08:30 PM
This workshop caters to artists and arts workers who would love to be introduced to a basic working knowledge of Auslan. Suitable for absolute beginners, you will learn simple signs, phrasing and technique to help you become more aware of access needs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community.
Session presented by Auslan Stage Left
Auslan Stage Left enables and provides access for the Deaf Community to theatre and the arts. Quality theatre-trained Auslan interpreters and deaf consultants work alongside our loyal team to ensure that each event is an immersive, engaging and accessible theatre and arts experience.
We are dedicated to the training of interpreters and deaf consultants in the area of theatre interpreting and we are proud of our commitment to the Deaf and Interpreting Community, to the arts industry and to the awareness of the beautiful sign language – Auslan.
Our COVID-Safe Plan outlines recent changes, which we ask that you comply with when visiting the Frankston Arts Centre. We want to keep our audiences, performers, crew and staff safe and healthy so we can enjoy arts, entertainment and events together! You can view our COVID-Safe changes outlined in full detail here.
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Ages 16+FREEBOOKINGS ESSENTIALTelephone bookings call:03 9784 1060 or book onlineAny difficulty when purchasing your tickets online, please contact the Box Office on 9784 1060 and one of our friendly team members will be able to assist you.
(37 Davey Street next door to main theatre)