Homebase hip hop happening

These Homebase girls showed off their hip hop moves at the Jacaranda Festival in Grafton after the first Homebase mentoring program.

Are you aged between 15 and 24, have a passion for hip hop, street dance, funk and associated dance styles, and want to get better as a dancer? And then maybe apply your skills to projects in your community?

Homebase is an opportunity for young people with a strong interest in dance/hip hop to further develop their skills and access mentors for advice, ideas, information or inspiration, and to take on a leadership role in their community.

The project is funded by Australias Regional Arts Fund, and is the second hip hop mentorship to be run by NORPA Dance Action.

To apply, contact Bernadette Gardiner at NORPA Dance Action on 6622 3279 or email outreach@norpa.org.au. You can also go to the NORPA website and download an application form at www.norpa.org.au. (Click on NORPA Dance Action and then Homebase08).

Applications are due by Wednesday, March 26.


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