Theatre and Motion Arts bringing long-standing relationships in international arts and culture in visual and performing arts education, offering the highest training and development of skills to enhance and strengthen the whole.
Multicultural Arts Initiative (MCAI) Grants 2004 - 2006.
Sundance Institute, South African Screenwriters Lab (SCRAWL) Fellow 2002.
Sisters of the Screen: Women of Africa on Film, Video and Television, African World Press, 2000.
Best of Pittsburgh Award The Island 2000.
City of Pittsburgh Proclamation for Constant Star 2000.
Heinz Endowments 2000.
A. W. Mellon Educational Trust Fund 2000.
Pennsylvania Council for the Humanities 2000.
Virginia Center for the Arts (VCCA) Fellow 1995 - 1997.
Virginia Hero, Arthur Ashe Foundation Honoree 1995.
United States Information Services (USIS) 1993, 1995.
Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) 1993,1995.
French Mission for Cultural Cooperation, Franco Namibian Cultural Center 1992, 1993.
global posse productions, inc., Artistic Director 1992-Present.
Cry Freedom, Tenjy (Universal) directed by Lord Richard Attenborough 1987.
Pauline Siddell Memorial Scholar BBC 1984.
Create and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum that addresses all learning styles through imaginative, engaging, sequential learning experiences for young children, youth and their teachers in schools, libraries, and community centers. Preparing for K-12 Theatre Arts Teacher Certification in May 2013.
Three year strategic plan for Friends of l'Hoptal Albert Schweitzer, Haiti with analytics tools to allow senior management to understand the health and future of their organization.
The Standardized Patient Program, coordinated through the Advanced Clinical Education Center (ACEC) and managed by the Office of Medical Education (OMED), is dedicated to preparing future medical students to become competent members of the medical community.
Chen Lo and Lo Frequency for international engagements which included State Department funded program Jazz at the Lincoln Center, Rhythm Road Tour of North Africa and the Middle East and included Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Vietnam. Featured on CBS Sunday Morning, July 4, 2010 and Indepth, AlJazeera.
Culturally Responsive Arts Education (CRAE) is a child advocacy based program that uses best practices of arts instruction and arts integration to work towards a responsive and healthy school environment.
School based programs with principals and teachers in Namibia developing confidence and communication skills in children aged 3-18 years in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, Bank Windhoek Theatre School and Waldorf School, Namibia.
Wade in the Water/Kuomboka, a 26" HD hybrid dramatic environmental film produced through development grants in association with MAMOKOBO Video and Research, Namibia, Performing Arts Lab, UK, International Film Festival, Rotterdam, Sithengi and Ch 4, UK with permission from Nayuma Museum, the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE).
Policy Research initiative with the American Evaluation Association, (AEA), through a collaboration between Duquesne University, School of Education, and OMG Center for Collaborative Learning, Philadelphia for webisodes of Diversity Lens as a new analytics checklist tool to allow a team of national senior leading foundation management to understand the impact of diversity in program policy and evaluation.
Mandatory one-credit course and campus-wide initiative to celebrate the Year of Brazil and included live lectures using a Course Management System (CMS) in a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and performances of Capoeira by Nego Gato.
EDECE304, Aesthetic Experiences in Early Childhood Education, a course that explored early development in young children and created opportunities to increase their sensitivity to and appreciation of beauty in visual and performing arts.
The Auto-ethnographic Eye and I, acting training through improvisation and exploration of writing through the autobiographical imagination and journey of the actor culminating in a one day performance festival of nine live and digital performances.
Year-long school based program to encourage literacy through playwriting in Pittsburgh Public Schools for over two hundred youth, at Gateway Middle School and Carrick Middle School culminating in performances in association with the Pittsburgh Theatre and The Grable Foundation.
And the Girls in their Sunday Dresses (Mda) and The Island (Kani , Fugard, Ntshona), double bill of one act plays from South Africa in partnership with The Hamburg Partner Program, Pittsburgh City Theatre, with special arrangement with Actors Equity Association, Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Organization (DALRO) (South Africa) and Samuel French.
Linden Centennial celebration, a year long school-based arts and humanities component developed with a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Humanities and the Linden PTO in Association with the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Association, Rivers of Steel and performed by Pittsburgh Playback Theatre.
Summer arts camp with forty youth performing There was an Old Woman musical.
Joys of War (Zakes Mda), a stage play with drama majors produced in association with Dramatic, Literary and Artistic Rights Organization (DALRO) South Africa and the Helms Theatre.
Assignments and features to International Film Festival Toronto, Vue d'Afrique, Montreal, New York African Film Festival at the Lincoln Center, New York and the Africa Diaspora Film Festival (ADFF), and the Pan African Film Festival (FESPACO), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
Graduate and post-graduate course assisting professor with lecture and presentation by providing visual and performative tutorials for students in linguistics field research methods in SiLozi/SeSotho. Developed and implemented interesting and interactive workshops and learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
Girls in the Middle, Associate Producer for 26" documentary broadcast on PBS affiliates nationally. Five diverse middle school girls in America and how they negotiate gender and identities between school, home, the community and with their peers. A co-production with the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Research for Action, Boston. Official Research Report, Girls in the Middle: Working to Succeed in School.
Choices a five part radio drama series addressing teen pregnancy in Namibia in association with United Nations Information Services (UNIC), Ministry of Health and Social Services (MHSS) the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) and the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC). Broadcast April 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18.
Innacity, one act play and documentary as part of the federally funded Weed and Seed Community revitalization program for a six-week drama camp for youth focusing on poverty, drugs and violence prevention culminating in a performance to Virginia Hero's at the Hippolo Theatre. In association with City of Richmond Police Department, and City of Richmond Public Schools.
Solo, a regional southern African advertising campaign in the banking sector to develop products that included music driven 26' commercial to promote a bank card for youth in association with the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN).
Summer Drama Camp for twenty multi-ethnic German speaking Namibians on an Ostrich farm incorporating daily farm chores and bush living with an arts camp.
I've been to the Mountaintop a stage play by Lazarus Jacobs with national tour of Namibia and exclusive shows at The Playhouse, Windhoek Namibia.
International Teleconference from Windhoek Namibia in association with the King Center for Non-Violence, Atlanta with Yolanda King and Namibian social scientists, policy researchers and cultural icons discussing The Policy of National Reconciliation and the Civil Rights Movement in southern Africa and the US.
Directing, conducting and coordinating classes in Drama 1, three productions and instructional programs. Selected and managed material resources, developed and implemented curricular changes, coordinated visiting artists.
Afro-Pop, a 52 part African contemporary music series for broadcast to CPB affiliates.
Thesis: Cultural Citizenry and African Cinema(s). Focus: E-Merging Media, Media Contexts, Screenwriting, Advanced Digital Video Production, Media Theory, Visual Effects and Animation Modes, Web Design, Sound Recording and Editing. Thesis Film, Wade in the Water/Kuomboka.
Thesis: Hybridization of Genres. Focus: East Coast Artists and Rasabox Method, Critical Race Theory, Women and Performance, Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics. Thesis Film: Digital Diary #2.
Thesis Proposal: Earthwatch, proposal for weekly environmental magazine show. Focus: Broadcast Operations and Management, Introduction to Multimedia, Media Law, Screenwriting, Writing for Visual Media, Financing Independent Productions, Production Planning and Management, Dramatic Production, Producing Film and Video. Thesis Film: Eyes for Love.
Three year degree course in Acting for Radio, Stage, Screen, Theatre in Education, Tap, Jazz, Voice and Speech, Musical Theatre, Combat and Tumbling, Movement, Touring, Stage Management, and Musical Theory.
Culturally Responsive Arts Education, Pittsburgh Public Schools and the Heinz Endowments, Professional Development Workshops, 2009 - 2013
Shakespeare's Heightened Language with Patsy Rodenburg, Level III, King Lear, Malcolm, Michael Howard Studios, New York, 2011
Wade in the Water/Kuomboka, Screening and Lecture, African Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Francisco, 2009
Dreamtime in BuLozi, Mixed Media Performance, Norwegian Theatre Academy, Fredrikstad, Norway, 2006
I.D., Helen Daniels, dir. Karla Boos, Quantum Theatre,Pittsburgh,2005*
Slide Glide the Slippery Slope, Dell, dir, Mladen Kiselov, Carnegie Mellon University, Drama Department, Chosky Theatre, Pittsburgh, 2005 *
Carters Way, Marilyn Stokes, in staged reading dir. Kellee Van Aken, City Theatre, Pittsburgh, 2004 *
Momentum, Dot, in staged reading, dir, Tracey Brigden, City Theatre, Pittsburgh, 2004 *
Variations in America, Marion Anderson, First National Performing Arts Convention, Pittsburgh, 2004
Photography, Performativity and the Politics of a Colonial Encounter, King Lubosi Lewanika and Francois Coillard, 1888 - 1902, Association for Cultural Studies at Urbana Champaign, Paper, 2004
Literacy and the Arts Conference, Keynote Speaker, Pennsylvania Writers Project and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, 2003
The Exonerated, Artist, in staged reading in association with CAPA, Pittsburgh Opera, August Wilson Center and City Theatre, 2004 *
Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, Spectacles of Religiosity, 4th Annual Encuentro, Migrating Religiosity's, New York University, 2003
Pittsburgh Film Kitchen, Filmmaker, digital diary #1, Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Melwood Screening room, 2003
Literacy and the Arts Conference, Keynote Speaker, Western Pennsylvania Writers Project, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and University of Pittsburgh, 2003
Making a Good Script Great with Linda Segar, Delegate, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2002
Sundance Institute, South African Screenwriters Lab (SCRAWL), Screenwriting Fellow, dirs. Shawn Slovo, Vondie Curtis Hall, Colin Vaines , 2002
Sithengi, Southern African Film and Television Market, Cape Town Pitching Finalist, dir. Julian Friedmann, 2002
Southern African Communications for Development (SACOD), Delegate, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2002
New York African Film Festival Traveling Series, Lecture on Kini and Adams, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, 2000
A Midsummers Nights Dream, dir. Karla Boos, Quantum Theatre, Pittsburgh 2000 *
Think Global, Act Local, Forum Theatre and Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop Facilitator, Pittsburgh City Theatre, 2000 *
Constant Star, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, dir. Tazewell Thompson, Pittsburgh City Theatre 2000 *
On the Beach, Helen, dir. Ron Lindblom, Conservatory Pittsburgh Playhouse, Pittsburgh *
Keepers of the Dream, Woman, dir. Jackie Moscou, City Theatre, Pittsburgh *
FESPACO Pan African Film Festival, Delegate, 1997
Third Development Theatre Festival, Workshop Facilitator, Forum and Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop, Ouagadougou, 1992
The Magic Carpet, Tortoise, dir. Steve Unwin, Royal National Theatre,Olivier Stage, London *
Visitor to the Veldt, Karabo, dir. Alby James, Temba Touring Company, UK
King the Musical, Lily, dir. Clarke Peters, Piccadilly Theatre, London 1990 *
Nuns on the Run, Julie, dir. Jonathan Lynn, Handmade Films 1987 *
Crossing the Border, Pello, dir. Faith Isiakpere, Scene BBC2 Television 1987 *
To Kill a Mockingbird, Helen, School for Scandal, Maria, dir. John Adams, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 1987 *
Cry Freedom, Tenjy, dir. Lord Richard Attenborough, Universal, 1987 *
Mass, Jazz Singer, dirs. Leonard Bernstein, Bill Bryden, John Mauceri Barbican Centre, London 1986
* Member of Actors Equity Union for Professional Actors
Siyolwe, W. M. (1987). Panorama. Toronto: Discovery of a festival. Ecrans d'Afrique/African Screen: Revue internationale de cinema, television et video, 21 (22), 55.
Siyolwe, W. M. (1987) Panorama. New York: Variety of African Cultures. Ecrans d'Afrique/African Screen: Revue internationale de cinema, television et video, 21 (22) 67.
Siyolwe, W.M. (1988) Ecrans d'Afrique/ African Screen: Conversations with Keyan Tomaselli. Culture Communication and Media Studies, Index, University of Natal, South Africa. Retrieved from http://ccms.ukzn.ac.za/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=373<emid=45
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Through her diplomatic upbringing Wabei is an international girl with international interests. She is extremely well informed, so that, coupled with her buoyant and outgoing nature, there has developed a deep interest in, and concern for, the lot of mankind. Adrian Underwood, Moira House School, Eastbourne.
Wabei was without a doubt one of the most original and talented students I encountered. It is clear that her interest as a writer and producer have developed as much as her acting, and she cannot fail to make a major contribution wherever she goes. Tony Church, Honorary Associate Artist, Royal Shakespeare Company.
I have had several opportunities to witness the outstanding work of Ms. Siyolwe has done as an actress, educator, director, and promoter. Her ability to encourage widespread participation in cultural events impressed me tremendously. R.L Hofmeyr, Director of Arts, Ministry of Education and Culture, Namibia.
Wabei directed the project through every stage of production from script writing, editing, cast of actors, rehearsals, recording and final control. In this process her experiences shared with the NBC personnel were very invaluable. The radio series ran for five weeks and was very successful judging from the unusually high number of phone calls from teenagers participating. Local newspaper reviews acclaimed it. Teenagers and parents asked for more. I have a great deal of respect for Wabei. She is an exceptional person, imbued with a passionate zeal for media and arts, honest and hardworking. Hilifa Mbako, Head of Radio Services, Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC).
Thank God for Wabei! She not only cast the movie brilliantly, but she also turned the kids into polished hoofers in just a few weeks. Her choreography looked spectacular because she has such an intimate knowledge of the film process and what looks good on camera. Michael MacCarthy, Managing Director Movie Makers International, (PTY) Ltd.
Wabei knows current developments in broadcasting and media and sees the world from a unique lens and her pursuit of seeking authentic representations of culture will contribute to the scholarship of African artistic forms. She asked pertinent questions and is a dynamic speaker and performer with a clear idea of the role culture and politics plays in media representations. Keyan Tomaselli, Center for Media and Cultural Studies, University of Natal, Durban, South Africa.
Her range of talents as an artist and a scholar has continually impressed me. I wish her every opportunity to expand and grow. Ronald Allan Lindblom, Associate Vice President for Student and Academic Affairs, Point Park University, Pittsburgh.
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Julius has over ten years of lecturing experience of post graduate and graduate studies at Bugema University, Uganda Management Institute (UMI), Mountains of Moon University (MMU), Uganda Martrys University(UMU) and in development consulting for private, Civil Society Organisations and Public Institutions. He has been a senior manager in, Private Sector and Civil Society Organizations with over 15 years proven hands-on experience in implementing, researching, monitoring and managing , National and community based development programs especially in the area of policy management, Institutional development, training & capacity building and social economic empowerment to eradicate poverty in vulnerable communities.
Julius taught management skills improvement, strategic management, Resource mobilisation, Disaster preparedness and management, Project planning and management, Monitoring and Evaluation, consultancy skills development, Sustainable development, Theories and philosophies of development and Assessment of Impact and evaluations.
Julius has trained staffs of both government and civil society organisations in areas of performance management, strategic planning, advocacy skills, managing change and managing yourself in Change, human resource practices, resource mobilisation and grant proposal writing, monitoring and evaluation, developing an M&E framework, plan and system.
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I have the skills and necessary network to complete what
I aim for in Afghanistan. My educational background, expertise and
experience in Afghanistan and the region compliments my capabilities and
equipped me with the needed skills to have the job done. I have a PhD
in Public Policy Analysis from University of Illinois with
specialization in urban and regional planning, socioeconomic and rural
development, theories of social change as they apply to socioeconomic
development with PhD dissertation: Factors of Underdevelopment in Afghanistan, 1919 to 2000. My first MA is in Middle Eastern Studies with conflict resolution as
specialization with MA thesis: The Nightmare that began in Dasht-e-Barchi. My second MA is in Political Science with specialization in
international relations; I am multi-lingual and multi-cultural.
For the past decade, I achieved a lot in the social and political spectrum of Afghan society, wherein I created the necessary network to advocate end of violence and worked for peace and democracy:
PhD Dissertation: Factors of Underdevelopment in Afghanistan, 1919-2000
Master Thesis: The Nightmare that Began in Dasht-e-Barchi