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‘PowerComm’ creative arts workshop
Published on 21 Jun. 2011 1:00 AM IST
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With a view to bring creative people together to enhance their creativity, ‘PowerComm’ would be organizing a four day creative arts workshop from June 23 to 26 at Union Baptist Church, near Local ground.
The workshop would explore different areas including theatre and drama, baking and fruit carving, creative writing, sound engineering, creative painting, voice, praise and worship, guitar (bass and 6 strings), event management (church related) and photography respectively. The organizers have informed that there would be a registration fee of `200 per person and for further queries to contact Jonathan Mesen at 8575120535.
Meanwhile, resource persons for the workshop would be Susan Waten, founder HAWA Dimapur for drama and theatre, Chef Shangreiwon Multhou, manager of Exotic Cooking School for fruit carving, Rovi Chasie, author of “Naga Cuisine” and “Dine with Confidence” for baking, Agnes Tepa, lecturer, DIET Chiechama and co-author of Echoes of Spring, Imtinaro Longkumer, poet and research scholar, and journalist Vishü Rita Krocha in the area of creative writing.
Thejakielie Zuyie would be the resource person for sound engineering, artist Vikhor Tepa, in the area of painting, Ajeen Longchari, conductor the Eirene Choir, Ao Baptist Church Kohima and part time music lecturer at Patkai Christian College for the category of voice, Alo Wanth, recording artist, singer, songwriter and composer in the category of praise and worship, Mhathung Odyuo, bassist of Divine Connection in the area of guitar, Kevitsu Doze, member of Synergy Group Enterprise Kohima for event management and photographer Ernesto Barbosa Molini from Bolivia for photography respectively.

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