Creative Arts
Dance
The study of dance provides students with opportunities to experience and enjoy dance as an artform as they perform, compose and appreciate dance. As they study the practices of performance and composition, students develop both physical skill and aesthetic, artistic and cultural understandings as they analyse dances and dance forms. This lends itself to all sorts of opportunity to travel both within your own country and overseas.

Music
As an art form, music pervades society and occupies a significant place in world cultures and in the oral and recorded history of all civilisations. Music plays important roles in the social, cultural, aesthetic and spiritual lives of people as well as being a medium of personal expression. It enables the sharing of ideas, feelings and experiences. ETS can organise worldwide concert venues, stimulating and rewarding performance opportunities such as cathedrals, castles, and squares both within Australia and overseas.

Drama
Drama enables young people to develop knowledge, understanding and skills individually and collaboratively to make, perform and appreciate dramatic and theatrical works.

Visual Arts
Visual Arts is the opportunity for students to enjoy the making and studying of art. On an ETS tour students will learn about how art is shaped by different beliefs, values and meanings by exploring artists and artworks from different times and places.

Aboriginal Art/Dance
See Northern Territory for sample tour.

Chinese Art/Dance
See China for a sample tour

European Art
Please Contact Us for a sample Art itinerary
or Contact Us for an Italy or France itinerary
or see Europe for a sample tour


Japanese Art/Drama/Music
See Japan for a sample tour

Music tours, such as choir or band groups may be organised in many countries or cities. Please Contact Us with your suggested destination and we can tailor make your groups tour including diverse concert venues and inspirational concerts.

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