All about Omotayo

Omotayo-Rite of Passage Through Dance utilizes artistic mediums in dance, drama and other innovative educational methods to help youth have a better understanding of social issues in life, particularly crime prevention, substance abuse, and to inspire them to make healthy, mature, educational choices.

Additionally, the agency partners with Imagine Academy to conduct weekly dance classes for youth attending the charter school

COMMUNITY DANCE GROUP

This class celebrate african drumming and dancing to learn th some of the regions stories why dancing and drumming heal the spirits for right of passage for growth.
***After School Program***
Will end May 31, 2017: Location – Renaissance Pointe YMCA

DRUMS NOT GUNS

Highlight the power of making music create energy to embrace the opportunity to make music instead of making choices that can cause harm to their future.
“Drums Heal Guns Kills”
***After School Program***
February – April 2017: McMillen Park Community Center

 

UBUNTU

“I am because We are” working together for the common good celebrating Happiness how could any one of the children be happy if all the others were sad?
**Summer Program**
June – July 2017: Location -Renaissance Pointe YMCA

RESPECT FOR LAW

an 8 week presentation for build relationships with children with principles to making decisions with the understanding the laws increase the experience of a safe outcome. Talk circles, acting real like mock situations developing critical thinking scenarios for safety.
Sponsor – Optimist International
**Summer Program***

Contact US

For more information about Omotayo Rite, contact us using the form below:

Ms. Diane Rogers, Artistic Director

  • 3709 Holton Avenue Fort Wayne, Indiana 46806

  • Monday-Friday: 08-17h

  • +1 (260) 418-2316

  • omotayorite511@gmail.com

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