CURRICULUM DELIVERY SUPPORT
Topology offers in-class workshops that deliver on Australian Curriculum unit requirements in the areas of:
- performance (strings, brass, percussion, band)
- professional development for teachers
Topology’s artists can visit individually or as a group, from a one-off one-hour session to half or whole days, or a series of workshops over a few weeks or longer.
These programs are delivered within class times to suit individual teacher and classroom needs and schedules.
To a rural Music Teacher, this is like winning the lottery.
Jane Iszlaub, St Mary’s Catholic College, Kingaroy
REGIONAL QLD & NT
QLD and NT schools that:
- are located in areas considered regional or remote
- have an ICSEA score below 1000
are eligible for fully-funded Top Up programs and incur no cost to the school or students. Contact us to find out more about this offer and how your school can benefit from Top Up.
They made such a difference to our teaching year, it’s fantastic. And it’s great PD as well. I’ve used the content from their improvisation workshop 20 times since.
Stephanie Grenning, Trinity Bay College, Cairns
Queensland At Home - Closing ShowMedia Release 16th July 2019 For Immediate Release: After 48 shows throughout regional Queensland, Topology will perform Queensland at Home for the last time on Wednesday, 31st July at the Elizabeth Picture Theatre, Brisbane. Queensland at Home is a unique performance of an original musical score by Topology’s Robert Davidson accompanying archival footage from the early 20th century (sourced from the State Library of Queensland) of Queenslanders engaging in everyday activities. “The Queensland at Home...read more
Queensland at Home - From Moranbah to Middlemount to Mount IsaMedia Release 3rd May 2019 Topology kicks off another leg of their regional tour of Queensland at Home next weekend while reminiscing on the journey of Ludwig Leichhardt in 1844. Topology will be traveling through the same landscape performing in 12 towns in May 2019 from Moranbah to Middlemount to Mount Isa. Topology have teamed up with the Queensland State Library to create ‘Queensland at Home’ – a time capsule of vintage film accompanied by a live original score performed...read more
Queensland at Home comes to StanthorpeMedia Release For Immediate Release: Topology’s Queensland At Home tour comes to Stanthorpe on Easter Sunday at 10 am at the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery for a special preview of a new film and music created by local, young composers. Several local composers have been working with John Babbage of Topology for the last few months creating new music for this special performance and preview of a short film about Stanthorpe by Gabriele Trabucco. This excerpt is specific to the Stanthorpe area. The whole...read more