As the years end fast approaches we feel the need to express more love sooner than later! Oti Dadzie-a multi-talented young man who demonstrates tremendous pride and discipline in his craft and particularly as a Sisters and Brothers artist facilitator and team leader. He is co-presenting with Mary Quinsacara Wednesday 30th November at the Public Pedagogies Conference at Metro-West.
Photo by Nicola Dracoulis
Growing up in an art loving family, Oti Dadzie found his passion for performing arts at a young age. He is a working Melbourne based musician and actor. His first serious performance experience was at the age of 9 where he took part in a few theatre shows in Melbourne’s inner west. It wasn’t until the age of 14 when he identified as an actor, ever since he has remained an avid theatre maker. Music is a great love for Oti, nurturing his musical expression from an early age with African drumming and later as a teenager with the genre of hip-hop. Yaw is a strong vocalist and has developed his own style with Afro-beat, dancehall and hip- hop influences. His passion and skill in performance has earned him many a show in Australia and has led him to share his skills in community based programs in Melbourne running workshops in theatre and hip-hop. He is a proud facilitating member of the Sisters and Brothers team.