Tasmania needs a creative generation

Tasmania needs a creative generation
Confidence, creativity, emotional intelligence and the ability to solve problems

These are all key factors making a difference in career prospects for young Tasmanians.

From our youngest babies (4 days old), through to the confident senior students graduating college, we develop language skills, build confidence and inspire creativity over the long term.

Our alumni talk about how much difference we have made to their lives and how much this makes them stand out from their peers. From the student whose presentation won her a place at Cambridge University to study Architecture, to law students using their performing arts skills in moots and musical theatre students coming out at the top of the acceptance lists for the Victorian College of the Arts whenever they audition – it doesn’t matter what career they end up choosing, we are seeing our programs make a difference.

Our long term vision is to raise the educational standard of all Tasmanians through engagement in the performing arts and we are feeling excited about what the future holds for the students whose lives we touch.

The ExitLeft Performance Academy offers an outstanding after school performing arts program for students from Kinder to Grade 12, as well as a baby and toddler music program from 0-4 years.

Check out the original talking point article in the Mercury Newspaper: http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/talking-point-tasmania-needs-a-creative-emotionally-intelligent-generation/news-story/79c85c528a0b29605720b5d37678273c