Holidays have gone away and we’re returning to our Term 2 Program after an abridged collection of Intro Sessions to our fabulous programs, and some intensive inspiration and development tours – from Maria Island to Broulee.
In Creative Catalyst, we start to huddle in close as Autumn turns cold with Soup Kitchen Ceramics and Spooning, which promises to provide beautiful bowls and special spoons for devouring wintry broths and stews. As the nights grow darker and the days shorter, stay tuned for some beautiful Lanterns in Cities of Light, and chart a course for warmer waters with Imagination Map coming soon.
In Vala, we’re launching a whole new collection of stories. It’s really exciting – as we begin with Priests of the Ancient Nile, and discover the careful interplay of seasons, floods, droughts, and the people in Ancient Egypt. We’re charmed to introduce The Court of Mary, Queen of Scots as students take on the role of the ladies-in-waiting, the cooks and stablehands, and more of the famous White Queen, and our old favourites from the Young Mutant Chronicles return to a starring role in the Ok-Li Plague.
Lastly in Sparks, there’s a host of delicious and delectable doughy delights to explore in World Cooking! Employing not only the talents of our (frankly amazing) Sparks facilitators Anna, Annika, Esther and (introducing) Ella, we’re also bringing the terrific talents of our mæstro d’quisine Ruth to bear. We’re going to begin with a batch of Hembesha – a kind of flatbread originating in Eritrea, and we’ll continue through Finnish breads, Irish pancakes, Rotis, and then when winter hits we’ll have some Polish Dumplings to line our bellies.
You can check out the entire program after the jump.