Having a dream is one thing. Knowing how to chase it down is another. Following your passion is wonderful, but it means finding a work ethic too.
Through storytelling and multimedia, Fiona Harris and Mike McLeish share their stories and experiences of working across multiple disciplines within the Australian arts sector, as well as providing their own tips and advice for anyone wanting to enter the industry. This session is hugely inspiring for teenagers, as well as providing practical advice for setting goals and achieving them, in whatever career they might choose to pursue. An engaging and forthright
Q & A session follows the talk.
Stimulate communication skills
Develop a child’s confidence and self-esteem
Provide opportunities for creative self-expression
Encourage thinking and cognitive skills
What does it mean to follow your passion in life?
Everyone has insecurities and doubts, and it is important to have some failure in life as stepping stones towards success
Finding your true self and your passion
Believing in yourself is paramount in life
Having goals and working hard to make them happen
What Fiona & Mike have learnt from her own failures, successes and experiences
Audience: Secondary Students
Duration: 50-60 Minutes
Requirements: Data projector for Mac computer. Fiona provides her own laptop and connection cable.
In their Script & Performance Workshop, Fiona and Mike use scripts from television shows they have both written for, or acted in, to help students hone their performance skills. The skills and tips learnt by students in this workshop can be used and applied to numerous situations in students’ lives, building their self-esteem and giving […]