Eko Theatre is an independent arts organisation set up to build participatory arts projects based in Aotearoa / New Zealand and create high quality new artistic work.
The following people and networks are supporting The Southern Corridor Project.
Bruce Stewart. Tapu Te Ranga Marae – Island Bay
Jim Moriarty. Te Rakau Hua O Te Wao Tapu – Newtown
Catherine Love. Wellington Tenths Trust – Te Ati Awa
Neville Baker. Te Ruanganui o Taranaki Whanui – Te Ati Awa
Blossom Tropman. Te Menenga Pai Trust – Newtown
Tamati Cains. Te Ata Hou Trust – South Wellington.
Adam Award - Director. Somali Council
Abdi Fatah - Somali Council Co-Ordinator
Diane Garrett - Somali Community Social Worker
Faduma Moallin – Ethnic Youth Study centre Co-ordinator
Sado Mohamed – Interpreter & Women’s Group Leader
Ms Sally Haughton - Wellington East Girls College
Fr Paul Martin - Rongotai College
Mr Michael Debney - South Wellington Intermediate School
Mr Mark Potter - Berhampore Primary School
Mr Perry Rush - Island Bay Primary School
Images of Southern Corridor Project Events clockwise: Wellington East Girls College Arts Centre (in collaboration with Rongotai) Dec 2009, Berhampre Primary School courtyard Nov 2009,Wellington East Girls College Arts Centre (in collaboration with Rongotai) dec 2009, South Wellington Intermediate class room Sep 2009
With six core values embedded in our work Eko Theatre wants to foster voices of diversity and encourage openness. Somalian Language Core Values
This is our first project and we invite feedback, queries and expressions of interest, so please contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org
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