Our vision is to invest deeply in the school community. 3d Arts Teaching Artists are experienced industry professionals who look to champion the good work already happening in the school.
We get alongside people such as school chaplains and wellbeing workers who have the heart to see lives transformed and school culture strengthened.
3d Arts facilitates Arts In Action School Partnerships to offer opportunities to young people where access to the Performing Arts is limited, raising awareness of topics that are important to different communities.
Through writing and developing performances, students learn how Dance, Drama & Music can explore and communicate issues like belonging, safety and identity.
We believe that language shapes culture. Our goal is to see young people walk and talk the language of their school community. The Arts are a powerful instrument in giving young people tools to walk out what they want to
Through long-term partnerships, graduates of Arts in Action projects carry a renewed sense of belonging in their school community and commitment to and understanding of the language of their school values.
3d Arts also writes, directs and produces full-length musical productions performed by young people across the country. To find out more about our productions, or to discuss performance rights for your school or community group, please contact us.
Find out more about our full length musical productions by visiting the 3d Arts Junior Production page.
3d Arts Footworks Dance Company regularly performs at School Chapel services, celebrations and events. Please contact us if you would like to discuss how we can support your school and share positive social transformation through the Arts.
Our school partners have included: Ashwood School, Dinjerra Primary School (Braybrook), Wandin Yallock Primary School, Ruskin Park Primary School (Croydon), Mooroolbark East Primary School, Croydon Primary School, MECS Home School Co-operative, Caufield Grammar School, Waverley Christian College, Forest Hill College, and Melba College.