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OYO Dance Troupe community outreach

After successful performances in the Netherlands, the OYO dance troupe is now back to Namibia. It is time for the troupe to give back to the community. The troupe will therefore embark on a series of performances in November and December in both Windhoek and the Kunene Region.    ‘In Windhoek, we will bring performances to the informal settlements’, explains Dr Philippe Talavera, OYO’s director. ‘Not everybody can come to town to the national theatre for instance. Yet, performances should be for all. It is important for us to go to people. We will perform three of our repertoire pieces, ‘Thiasus’, ‘to take or not to take’ and ‘Betrayed’ in Havana, in front of U-Save, on 05 November, in Hakahana next to the open market on 06 November, in Havana at the soccer field on 07 November, at Otjomuise 8 de Laan (08 November) and Otjomuise 7 de Laan (09 November)...
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San Matter Project

San-Matter-Goethe-Edits_-57 H.E. Pirkko-Liisa Kyostila, Ambassador, Embassy of Finland
OYO hosted an event at the Goethe Institute with the Embassy of Finland on 19, June 2018. We presented our San Matter program. In attendance was the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture Madam Sanet Steenkamp, who gave the keynote speech. The OYO dance troupe performed two pieces: 'Maria' and, for the first time to the public, 'I am hungry'. Special thanks to to the Embassy of Finland, in Windhoek and H.E. Pirkko-Liisa Kyostila, Ambassador, Embassy of Finland for unwavering support.
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Ohangwena San youth group

The Ohangwena San youth group with their beloved trainer Nyandee. It is a fantastic group full of energy with a great performance. Well done to the group! San Matter is a project funded by the Embassy of Finland.
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