Free Training Workshops

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The National Cultural Foundation announces free training workshops in communities

The National Cultural Foundation (NCF) is offering free beginner training workshops in landship, drama, dance and sticklicking.

Through specially designed training modules, participants will have the opportunity to unearth new talent while training with experienced professionals in the field like Kenneth ‘Jack’ Lewis, Akeem Chandler- Prescod, Adrian Green, Carol Brathwaite, Dr. Philip Forde, Raheem Cox, Lesley Seale and more.

The theatre programme under the theme “Stories of Survival: From Sunset to Sunrise” will include training in the areas of acting and spoken word; dance will focus on training persons in African, Street and Afrobeat movements. Persons will also have the opportunity to learn the art of sticklicking; landship and maypole movements and how to play the various instruments of the Tuk Band.

Classes will run weekly until November and take place at the following locations: NCF Dance Studio, West Terrace St. James; Harrison College; Princess Margaret Secondary School; Ellerton Community Centre; Coleridge and Parry School; Daphne Joseph Hackett Theatre; Springer Memorial Secondary; St. George Secondary; St. Christopher’s Primary School; Alexandra Secondary School; Daryll Jordan Secondary School; Grantley Adams Secondary; Frederick Smith Secondary; Boscobelle Community Centre and George Lamming Primary School. 

For the full schedule for each class and registration, please click this link. For more information please contact Cultural Officer, Dance at / 417-6633 or Cultural Officer, Theatre at 417-6626.

The deadline for registration is Friday, September 9, 2022.

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