We love what they do at N /a’an ku se. We have been connecting to them using Skype. We’ve been talking to the people who look after the animals. There is so much to learn about what they do and how things work there.
We just created a show about N /a’an ku se with artists from Trickster Theatre. See our Residency Project page for details. The video will be available for download.
Thank you note
After our Skype call, the grade 2 students sent a 'thank you' note to Femke and StuartMar 06, 2014
How did the Lifeline Clinic start?
Today we skyped live with two people from the Naankuse Foundation.Mar 05, 2014
Facetime with Naakuse
We saw a baby baboon when we talked with Femke from Naankuse.Feb 21, 2014
Full Project Summary
Carnivore conservation and research
Project OutcomeAnimals are saved, Carnivores are understood, Bushmen are educated and healthy.
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How to create projects
Only a school site admin can set up new projects. Ask you teacher to get help in setting up a project page. Once set up you can write blog articles to support your project.
New Projects can be of many types: an event, a take action project, a study, or a Trickster Residency.
What is Trickster Theatre
Trickster Theatre hosts weeklong residencies in Alberta schools. We help create an original show with up to 500 actors - on any theme. We provide the lights, curtains, sounds, costumes, and more!
Fore more information, please visit the Trickster Theatre website.