Where Have All The Tigers Gone? Holiday Programme
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School Holiday Workshop
In conjunction with Global Tiger Day, join our interactive online storytelling workshop that will take your children on a journey of the unique ecology of Malaysia the stories of its land, people, and wildlife.
Participants will play the role of a team of eco scientists who want to study the impact of deforestation and climate change on Tasik Bera, a swamp forest ecosystem in Pahang. Together they will try to find solutions to the problems faced by the local people and help save their beloved home. On their journey through swamp rivers and rainforests and after many encounters with the local wildlife inhabitants, the eco scientists make an unsettling discovery - the tigers are missing and the ecosystem can’t survive without them! Where have all the tigers gone?
Ages: 7-12 yrs old
Dates: 2nd-4th August
Showcase on the 4th August at 2pm
Price: RM200 for all three days
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Tentative Daily Workshop Schedule
10:00am: Introduction to the workshop
10:15am: Ice breaking and warm up games
10:30am: Interactive Storytelling
11:15am: Escape Room / Field research
11:45am: Back in the Lab
Nisha is passionate about environmental education. She designs and facilitates project-based workshops that help young people learn more about our tropical rainforest.
Val is a bilingual drama and creative movement educator as well as a versatile performing artist. A graduate of Singapore Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) with a Diploma in Theatre and an ATCL Diploma in Teaching Speech & Drama with Trinity College London in 2019.
Elaine is a poet-educator, performer, community engaged arts facilitator and creative learning designer. Founder of MY Poetry School, she has an MA in Applied Theatre from Goldsmiths University.
Meet, Elaine Foster
Elaine Foster Elaine Foster is a poet-educator, performer, community engaged arts facilitator and creative learning designer. Founder of MY Poetry School, she uses poetry and theatre education for youth empowerment and language and creative literacy. She’s produced several poetry shows which were performed at Urbanscapes, Iskarnival, Cooler Lumper, Melaka Arts Festival, Georgetown Literary Festival and Singapore’s Lit Up. As a recipient of the British Council’s CTC grant (2020), she co-designed a Malaysian sign language poetry workshop. Elaine was the creator and host of BFM’s monthly poetry show, Speak Easy. She has an MA in Applied Theatre from Goldsmiths University.
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