Where are you based?
Weave has no set physical location, rather, we operate within the inner north and central Melbourne using some of the best venues Melbourne has to offer. Our workshop and rehearsal spaces rotate but we regularly use spaces such as, Dancehouse, The Abbotsford Convent, Northcote Town Hall, NIDA, and Siteworks.
I’ve booked in to attend a Weave Workshop, what do I need to do to prepare?
Welcome to the Weave community! We can’t wait to have you at our workshops. Please make sure you are dressed in clothes you can move comfortably in. Please bring a water bottle and any snacks you may need to get through the class. There will be details of nearest transport and venue accessibility on our website so please check in before you come. All venues we use meet strict disability accessible standards. If you have any questions or concerns regarding transport or accessibility please contact Janice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are Weave Workshops right for me?
Weave Movement Theatre is committed to working in an open and inclusive manner, supporting the voices and artistic expression of both disabled and non-disabled people. We encourage and celebrate cultural, physical and generational diversity, and are committed to working with individuals to meet their needs and requirements within a workshop setting. Weave workshops focus on broadening your skills and knowledge of performing arts and can increase confidence, self-empowerment, and education of accessible practices. We can provide support workers at your request or you are welcome to bring your own. What will I learn in a Weave workshop?
Weave workshops are led by a range of facilitators. What specific skills, themes or exercises you will be working with depends on the strengths and areas of expertise of the facilitator. These will be clearly outlined before each workshop and if you have any specific questions about what the individual classes may cover or need any further information please do not hesitate to send us an email. Overall Weave workshops aim to: