With over 100 conversations with creatives from around the world, different backgrounds we have been chatting to creatives we admire on their journeys, ideas, advice & thoughts on different topics and we hope this inspire your journey.READ BELOW
We believe in conversations and community; our talk series encourages honest conversation. Curated by our team we invite creatives to share their journeys in a 3 way fireside chat style conversation (speaker, host and audience) and panel discussions featuring 3/4 creatives discussing topics suggested by creatives. The talks are every month (ish) and are open to public and hosted in central spaces we partner with.ATTEND
We imagined an annual gathering, a few days of creatives from continent + diaspora in one space in conversation with ourselves on what we are doing, need & want for our continent and we contribute to that; hence the Young African Creative Conference once a year.ATTEND
As part of our ongoing series of conversations with creatives and entrepreneurs, we took some time to chat to Sizwe Cele a Johannesburg based entrepreneur and founder of Khomba and Socly. We speak about his work in mobility and how he navigates and balances entrepreneurship and good quality of life.
We speak to Íria Marina a Maputo based photographer, filmmaker & Designer and Co-Founder of natural hair and body products company Ancestori Living. She recently participated in the #CreativeHustles event on filmmaking in Maputo alongside Maputo based producer Peter Gudo and UK based filmmaker Shola Amoo in partnership with British Council.
The New York Africa Film Festival is an annual event that highlights different films from the continent. South African film ''Noem My Skollie'' had it's New York Premiere at this year's New York Africa Film Festival, network member Didintle Ntsie caught up with the director Daryne Joshua to chat about the film and the impact it's had in South Africa.