VOGUE WORKSHOP FOR YOUTH WITH HOUSE OF SILKY
Move yourself with a school Holiday workshop to bring out your inner superstar.
Free yourself as Naughty Noodle fun Haus present the Infamous “House of Silky” on the Central Coast for one day only! With the essence of Ballroom Vogue covering Vogueing foundations and multiple other categories including “runway”, and “face” for a taste of ballroom” as well as hosting a mini ball moment at the end!
No experience or knowledge required this is the space to learn some moves
All youth welcome – must be 12 -24 and registered below with a valid ticket to participate
Workshop includes FREE LUNCH during our 1pm break
Spots are seriously limited on this one
The modern ballroom scene was born in 1970s New York City by queer and trans communities of colour who were competing in various categories that mix performance, dance, and modelling.
The Australian Ballroom scene began in Southwest Sydney around five years ago before quickly taking off nationally.
“A ball is really a safe space for people to come and be themselves and express themselves without any judgement.”
Over time, the style of voguing changed from the Old Way, which emphasised solid lines, symmetry, and sharp angles (static poses that transition from one to another, as if flicking through the pages of Vogue) to the New Way of the late 1980s. The New Way introduced a fluidity and flexibility to voguing, adding moves like the duckwalk (squatting on your heels, kicking your feet as you move forward on the beat), catwalk, spins and dips.
Today, Vogue is more about rigid movements, clicks and locking, while Vogue Femme emphasises the dramatics, with ultra-feminine posturing and stunts like dips (NEVER CALLED A DEATH DROP)
Ultimately, voguing is about the freedom to express your truest self, to tell your story and perform any identity you want.
Bust your moves at the YASS Youth Dance party the following night
This is a safe space to be you!!
Chill out space
Fully accessible venue
Strict rules ensuring all events are drug, smoke and alcohol-free.
Proudly funded by the NSW Government (and we seriously thankyou)