Osmosis is a process that rebuilds pathways of learning for Indigenous leaders and emerging youth leaders in Indigenous and tribal communities. It is designed to reconnect youth with elders and other community leaders for the purpose of passing along the skills and knowledge needed to understand an Indigenous community’s history, culture, and contemporary context. The Osmosis process utilizes asset-based planning and development methodologies to engage participants in the discovery of best practices and goals for the future of their communities.
From last year’s promising results, iEmergence Philippines is continuing the workshop, “Indigenous Performing Artist Camp” on April 29 to May 2, 2023.
In this 4-day workshop, both new and returning artists from various Indigenous communities gather around to utilize their skills in acting, music, dancing, and writing as they learn the discipline of production work.