Girl Child Fiesta to empower girl-child

HARARE - Girl-Child Creativity Project will hold the Girl Child Fiesta as it seeks to motivate, inspire, and develop children’s artistic and creative careers.

The Fiesta will hold master class training programmes, talent and artistic development interventions.

The programme runs every September running month end into early October as students work through a number of areas that include literacy, writing, performance arts, business development, behaviour change, music, dance and creative arts design as well as personal development.

This year Girl child Fiesta coincides with the Global 100 Thousand Poets for Change/100TPC-global.

The fiesta doesn’t exclude the boy child as young boys are also taken on board, awarded, certified like girls after master class trainings and contests that run concurrent with the Fiesta Master class Creative Labs presented by experts in various creative and developmental fields.

The 2014 theme is “De- Fination!” which rhymes with the defining voices of young people mostly girls through creative and artistic means.

Girl-Child Creativity Project’s main objective is to make students in schools realise their potential and use it to create positive space and voices through artistic development programmes that will also foster career development and realisation.

The Master Class Creative Lab lectures include personal development, defining your voice, essay writing, poetry writing and performance, music, classroom discipline, creative design, food and story writing.

Comments (1)

Poor confusing story. Seems you just regurgutated a press release. What is this animal called Girl-Child Creativity Project?

Observer - 29 September 2014

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