In partnership with the Museum of Wellington, Wellington East Girls College and Village at the Park this cross generational project brought together teenagers and the elderly to explore the nature of memory.
Into its second year, a group of young people with refugee backgrounds come together to create their own radio programme to celebrate World Refugee Day.
On location at Otaki Children’s Health Camp children learn new tools for expression and communication through drama and create their own performance for camp residents, staff and whanau.
A series of workshops for refugees to facilitate the creation, production and performance of a one hour radio show for Access Radio to celebrate World Refugee Day June 20th. Funded by the UNHCR.
A one week intensive drama project working with 12 Sudanese teenagers exploring issues of culture and identity and loss.
Working with prisoners at Rimutaka Prison’s Youth Unit this project focused on issues of identity with a performance of a devised work for staff and whanau at the projects conclusion.
A project working with young people who use the hang-out space at Evolve Youth Centre. They created a short film “The A-Z of Sexual Self Esteem.”
Working with youth workers at Evolve Youth Centre, this project culminated in the creation and performance of “Inside My Head, Out of My Mind” which told the story of three teenagers and their struggle with depression and was performed on site at the centre and at local high schools and youth forums.