The Faith Connections youth project will engage local young people from diverse religious backgrounds to produce performances around issues of interfaith and intercultural understanding to promote social cohesion and harmony.
“In Times of Trouble” is a theatre/arts based project reaching out to youth and improving mental health outcomes for teenagers in the Canterbury Bankstown area.
Drawing the Line
Drawing the Line is a program that aims to help the young generation develop and use artistic skills through art & drama but also discover and identify the nature of abussive relationships and offer resolutions.
Art Can Do It
The Art Can Do It program aims to provide a form of physical recreation to participants, build self-confidence and allow young people to express their creativity. The program is divided into two parts; training young people with disabilities to perform street theatre at community events such as the Haldon Street Festival and Carols in the Park; and workshops introducing participants to physical theatre, mime, dance and puppetry.
Refugee Week is Australia’s peak annual activity to inform the public about refugees and celebrate positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society. Horizon Theatre teamed up with Orange Migrant Support Service with the support of Orange City Council to run artistic workshop full of colour, fun, acting, design and puppets!!
Within Reach is an art project that aims to provide young people that live with a disability the means for creative, recreational and arts based activities.