THE CLICK CLACK PROJECT: Arts & Sound Workshop Program
The Click Clack Project is a collection of workshops for people who are supported by the National Disability Insurance Scheme and who seek pathways into professional arts careers. Workshops for 2022 are running in-person with a COVID-19 plan in place to keep participants safe. If circumstances change and there is an outbreak, workshops will return to Zoom online.
|Programs During Terms:||Holiday Programs:||Mentors:|
|SONIC ADVENTURERS||ABLETRONICS||NAT GRANT|
|THE AMPLIFIED ELEPHANTS||THE MOTHERS OF CREATION||PETER NEVILLE|
|I AM SONIC||STEPHEN RICHARDS|
|ARTISTS TO THE MOUNTAIN PEAK||MICHAEL HEWES|
|NOISE SCAVENGERS||ALISTER KARL|
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
A SOUND ART ENSEMBLE
"they taught us all how to listen" – The Age
A leading Australian sound art ensemble, many of The Amplified Elephants' projects have been presented internationally and in prominent Australian venues. Since 2007, these projects have been increasingly ambitious in scale.
The ensemble prepares for their performances through the workshop program. Extra rehearsals and performances take place in addition to the workshop hours. To join the ensemble, you must audition and be prepared to commit to performing and rehearsing outside workshop hours. This program is for adults: 18 years or older.
|During COVID-19 Restrictions: Thursdays on Zoom: 10–12pm and 1–3pm. During terms. Not on public holidays. A Zoom link is provided to participants.|
|During Normal Operation: Thursdays: 9:30–3:30pm. During terms. Not on public holidays. Kindred Studios, Yarraville |
|2022 Dates: During Terms|
|Mentoring Artist: James Hullick /// Support Workers: Michael Tait, Jude Bowman, Carly Fern|
|VIDEO /// AUDIO|
A SOUND ART COLLECTIVE
Working more like an artist collective rather than a music ensemble, members of the group focus on their individual practice, as well as exhibiting and performing together for later events and happenings. General sonic art workshops exploring everything from mechanical sound sculpture, to electronic music, performance, found sound, audiovisual projects, vocal music, musical instruments and more. This workshop develops sonic abilities. Includes support worker; 8–10 places; for adults (18+ years old). You can enrol at any time during the year if places are available.
|During COVID-19 Restrictions: Mondays on Zoom: 10–12pm and 1–3pm. During terms. Not on public holidays. A Zoom link is provided to participants.|
|During Normal Operation: Mondays: 9:30–3:30pm. During terms. Not on public holidays. Kindred Studios, Yarraville.|
|2022 Dates: During Terms|
|Mentoring Artist: James Hullick & Alister Karl /// Support Workers: Jude Bowman, Carly Fern|
|AUDIO /// VIDEO|
A SOUND ART BAND
Noise Scavengers is a sound art band. We use the term band here because the group includes instruments you might find in a rock band or an electro-pop band but we use them to explore new ideas in sound.This group is suited to playing in live venues, indie music pubs and recording albums. Music made by the band is a mixture of improvised sound to composed music and everything in between. There are no boundaries here: this is free sonic exploration.
The history of this group is that it started as a sound art workshop for young people, but it’s transformed now into a group of artists with emerging careers. Workshops assist the group to realise their music, whilst also giving invaluable career advice. As well as gigs around town, the band is guaranteed shows in our home venue at JOLTED Arts Space. We own a range of instruments that you can use, which covers everything you might need, but we do encourage you to become the master of your own instruments.
This program is for adults: 18 years or older. Workshops can be undertaken on Zoom if you are unable to attend in person.
|During COVID-19 Restrictions: On Zoom. A Zoom link is provided.|
|During Normal Operation: At JOLTED, 342 High St Northcote.|
|2022 Dates: During Terms|
A WORKSHOP FOR MAKING SETS, COSTUMES, PUPPETS, ART INSTALLATIONS, MEDIA PROJECTS & MORE
Participants in the T.A.D. workshop develop professional creative skills by designing and making:
- theatre sets
- costumes and stage props
- make-up for actors and artists
- art installations
- media art
- lighting designs
- sound engineering
This workshop team makes sets, costumes, puppets and all manner of art items that are used in JOLT Arts & Hullick Studios productions. Participants work with artists in the shows, and participate in the productions.
Participants work with leading theatre and visual art professionals. Your work will be presented in a range of professional contexts. This workshop is for people from the NDIS system: 18 years or older.
Workshops can be undertaken on Zoom if you are unable to attend in person.
|When: Wednesdays: 9:30–3:30pm.|
|During school terms. Not on public holidays.|
|Where: Jolted, 342 High st, Northcote.|
|Mentoring Artist: James Hullick /// Support Workers: Carly Fern|
BUILD UP YOU VISUAL ART SKILLS & DEVELOP YOUR CAREER
Participants in the M.A.S. workshop develop professional visual art skills across a range of mediums:
- mixed media
Participants create folios or collections of their work. Participants are given direction on how to build opportunities in the arts world, including how to use social media and the internet to help share their work.
Participants work with visual art professionals who are highly active and respected artists. Your work will be presented in a range of professional contexts including the annual M.A.S. exhibition at the JOLTED Arts Space.
This workshop is for people from the NDIS system: 18 years or older. Workshops can be undertaken on Zoom if you are unable to attend in person.
Starting in Term 3