All our life’s we are trying to celebrate the things we love. That’s how we come to love and celebrate and honor the things we need. Now we realize that is not helping. We need to honor what is needed to keep the sources alive. Then the source will stay. So, we don’t need to honor water; we need to honor CARE; because through care comes water; clean and available to everybody. Care is sharing; care is thinking how to find solutions; and making them happen. Honor not the result; but the way to get there, and there for you secure the result.
This performance created by the Theater Embassy was part of the Jal Utsav water festival, a festival organized around World Water Day by the Hydrology project in Delhi around World Water Day, highlighting water issues through youth and art was brought.
The performance Water was the result of a series of interdisciplinary workshops given by 3 Dutch Theater Ambassadors and two Indian art educators. More than 90 underprivileged children (ages 6 to 20) from the NGO schools of Ritinjali and Deepalaya, plus a group of children from the affluent Vasant Valley School participated in drama, music, dance and visual arts workshops; all of which revolved around water.
Partner organisation: Deepalaya & Rintijali, Vasant Valley School
Director: Fre Hooft van Huysduynen and 2 trainers
Local artists: 2
Target group: 90 Children
Finances: ICCO, Dutch Embassy in India