FemLINKPACIFIC planned events to celebrate Rural Women’s Leadership

Roselyne Tari (Nesar Studio Coordinator) and Toukala Sam (Nesar Studio Media Team) attended the workshop in Fiji.

FemLINKPACIFIC’s recent Regional Training Institute(RTI) held in Suva from 19 – 23rd September brought together 28 participants from Bougainville, Tonga, Vanuatu, Tuvalu and Fiji. It was a great pleasure meeting up with other paExhibition – Joaquim Rufat & Further Arts

“Minutes of Emyo Tinyo Dance & Music Festival”

3rd – 24th December 2014 at Fondation Suzanne Bastien, Pango Road, Efate, Vanuatu

Joaquim Rufat and Further Arts collaborated for this exhibition of drawings, photos, videos and dance at the Fondation Suzanne Bastien in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

The exhibition displays the best of Joaquim’s drawings done during the Emyo Tinyo Dance & Music Festival in Emyotungan village, West Ambrym in November 2014. It also shows photos of the event and participants as well as a video produced by Nicky Kuautonga and Nesar Studio.

For more information, please contact:
info@furtherarts.org or +678 22745rticipants from other countries in the Pacific to come together and share ideas on issues we face and lessons we’ve learn. We discussed issues affecting the Pacific region as a whole and explored solutions through involving women and elevating women’s voices in communities and assisting information to reach remote places. 

Some of the new skills that we learned while at the workshop included radio drama acting skills, scriptwriting skills, and we had the chance to familiarize ourselves with a real working studio. It was also a great opportunity to meet other participants living in different Pacific countries that otherwise we would not have been able to meet.

Written by Roselyne Tari.

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