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Youths learn to find their creative voice through art

By REPEKA NASIKO
Thursday, April 24, 2014

Update: 4:03PM UNITED States-based artists, Jesse Roberts and Jason Graham were a hit among Labasa youths as they kicked off their 'Discovering your Creative Voice' through the Arts workshop in the Northern Division this week.

Organised by the US Embassy in collaboration with the Fiji Arts Council, the two artists gave tips on how best youths can generate an income through art.

University of the South Pacific student Fhereen Nisha said the workshop had allowed her to tap into her creative side and an opportunity to set up a business through creativity.








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