This is an ensemble of Young Female Thespians who use performance as a tool to tell their stories. This Hub focuses on Social Justice Issues that affect the Girl Child, Women and Youth.read more
This is a 3-week workshop for female creatives aged 18-25 years old. Beneficiaries are placed on internships for a period of one to three months in Advertising, Digital and Media Agencies after they are trained .read more
Gift Chikere – Room 69, Moremi, Prison Chronicles, Elephant 18 – a one-man play of over 1,480 lines, these and more are some of the Stage Plays Spoken Word Artiste and Street Project Ambassador Chikere Gift has starred in, just four months after the Creative Youth Boot Camp.
Agboola Faith Moyosore is a highly motivated and success driven 21-year-old, budding filmmaker, writer, public speaker, media entrepreneur and 2017 Street Project Ambassador. She has a strong academic background as she graduated with a first-class honors degree in History and International Relations at the age of 18 and won a total of 11 awards of academic excellence from Redeemers University.
Jite Oteri is a Street Project Foundation Ambassador. He came into the SPF creative youth boot camp and was able to improve on his musical skills with the help of the SPF faculty at the boot camp. Since the boot camp, he has been on several musical stages and platforms were he has shown his musical prowess.
Chizzy’s doggedness in the acting field has landed him numerous roles. He was a supporting actor in a first star’s movie for Ebony Life TV titled ” It takes five “, also a lead character in ” The flight ” and ” Look beyond ” produced by a fellow SPF Ambassador Faith Moyosore.
Valu’s acting and dancing skills were developed at the SPF boot camp and with these skills, he has successfully featured in various productions like IWALEWA (Qdance Center), ITAN (Thespian Family Theatre), KING BAABU (Freedom Park Theatre).
Her doggedness has landed her a role in the 6th Season of the widely acclaimed International TV series ‘Shuga’ where she plays the role of Frances; a teenager who is trying to waltz her way through the pressures of life.
news & events
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2018 Board Expansion In commemoration of Street Project Foundation’s tenth anniversary and due to the need to scale up activities, six industry experts have joined the Board of Directors. (L-R) Kelechi Olawoyin MCIPM: Kelechi is currently the Head, Human Resources, Administration and Communications at Transport Services Ltd (TSL), Nigeria. Paul R. SachsDecember 31, 2018
Written by Temitope Olayinka – 2016 Street Project Ambassador On Monday, April 24 2017, About 100 Youths were inducted into the Creative Youth Boot Camp during a ceremony held at the Onikan Youth Centre Lagos. The class of 2017 is the second set to be inducted into the Creative Youth Boot Camp. The Street ProjectMarch 11, 2018
Street Project Foundation, a Social enterprise established in Lagos, Nigeria in 2008 working with young people from low-income backgrounds, using performing arts as a tool for socio-economic development has joined the All Stars Project Alliance in New York, USA. All Stars Project was established in 1981 to transform the lives of youth and poor communities using theOctober 25, 2016
The honourable Lagos State Commissioner for Wealth Creation and Employment at the Induction Ceremony of the Street Project Foundation Creative Youth Boot Camp held on Monday 25, 2016 endorsed the program fully. He stated, “ We will also explore more areas of opportunity with Street Project Foundation and see how the ministry can create anApril 26, 2016
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