During 2013 CAN WA, engaged the Urban Youth Crew to run 10 workshops bringing hip hop and traditional dance workshops to over 200 young people in the Southern Wheatbelt. The workshops took place at Pingelly, Narrogin, St. Matthews and East Narrogin Primary School’s and Narrogin Senior High School.
The high-energy dance group ‘encourage participation, acceptance, tolerance and integration through hip hop!’, said Nelle Hokianga, Lead Facilitator. The hip hop workshops have been overwhelmingly successful, indicated by the numbers of young people engaged, the level of encouragement and support from the broader community and the feedback from participants.
The workshops are part of CAN WA’s Voices of the Wheatbelt and Strong Culture, Strong Community program presented by Act-Belong-Commit. Bringing cutting edge artists to regional communities!
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