- Indoni has closed its rehearsal space until further notice
- While in isolation in the townships, our trainees need mobile data to enable them to receive their daily training videos, wellbeing support, and vital information on how to obtain food parcels
- For this to happen, we NEED MONEY FOR DATA. For example, one month’s data per person costs ZAR150
- Indoni also requires ongoing funding to stay afloat – there are 3 ways to support Indoni, as outlined below.
- Use a debit/credit card even if you don’t have a Paypal account
- Any currency you prefer
- A one-off or recurring payment of any amount
- Most major credit cards incl.: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and more.
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Donate via Backabuddy
- Click to donate money specifically for trainee’s data
#KeepIndoniDancing Back a Buddy campaign is to raise R50,000 for data
The funds will be divided between our 43 trainees.
Indoni at Shanghai Tourism Festival 2019
For the first time ever, the African continent was represented at the 2019 Shanghai Tourism Festival.
Organised by the Mzansi One Tree Development Group, well-known singer Vicky Sampson teamed up with the Indoni Dance Academy and the Hybridt Dance Crew to participate in the Festival.
Indoni choreographer Sbonakaliso Ndaba and Hybridt choreographer Liesle Hendricks collaborated to create a vibrant, colourful dance to the popular South African song ‘One Land’, performed live by Vicky Sampson in the Opening Ceremony and Parade. In addition to a parade, the two groups performed in a mixed programme of their own works on different stages over the four-day Festival.
Indoni at Grahamstown Arts Festival
‘IKHAYA’ cast spark in the dark
“Whatever misfortune was at play, the superlative cast of Ihkaya were not going to allow it to rain on their parade.
A power outage had already delayed the start by 20 minutes when about two minutes into the production…”
Investing in our Youth
Enduring unemployment and poverty in South Africa means that 4 million black youth have no prospects after school. Millions of ‘freedom’ generation kids grow up under worse material conditions than their parents did during the Apartheid era.
Offering a Path of Hope
The amount of talent and creativity in South African schools is astonishing. Liberating that talent is the aim of the Indoni Dance Arts & Leadership Academy. A vital component of our trainees’ education is to rekindle hope, and provide dignity and life skills to young people.
Training for a Career in the Arts
We provide a three year post-school professional training programme for dance and integrated arts, including music, drama, and visual arts. Each student is empowered to become a creative collaborator in their own productive future.
How You Can Make a Difference
A vital component of the Indoni trainees’ education is to rekindle hope, and provide dignity and life skills. Each student is empowered to become a creative collaborator in their own productive future. CLICK BELOW TO FIND OUT MORE…