TEACHING & OUTREACH is the focus of our MOVING ASSEMBLY PROJECT and we aim to work with as many young or old students as possible. In 2016 we worked with approximately 80 students from Ubuntu Education Fund and Amaphiko Township Dance Project and in 2017 we opened our project up to the wider community to have as wide a reach as possible increasing our reach to more than 200 students. We offered dance and photography classes at St Thomas High School in Port Elizabeth, LIV Village Orphanage in Durban and in the Ithuba Community College in Port Edward leading to the creation of new  choreography that the students performed to members of the community at the end of the workshops. The aim was therefore to open up our creative process to the community and share our expertise with the younger generation, offering mentor and coaching support and ultimately inspiring them to discover their potential. We succeeded in our aim and are thankful to all the support we received from our donors and sponsors. 



  • Teach dance & photography workshops leading to performance and exhibition of photos by students.
  • Transform the lives of at-risk youth through delivering uplifting and self-esteem building dance/art programmes.
  • Provide employment and cultural exchange for artists both in the UK and SA


  • Taught dance to disadvantaged youth leading to performance presentations at community and professional level. 
  • Taught photography workshops leading to informal exhibition of photos taken by students.
  • Positively impacted the lives of at risk youth through delivering self-esteem building dance and photography classes and performance programmes.
  • Provided employment and artistic, cultural exchange for artists both living in UK and SA.
  • Obtained positive media coverage of our work in the Herald and PE Express newspapers which expanded and strengthened our community relationships in those areas. 

All photography by KARL SCHOEMAKER