ARROWSA management wish all a Blessed and peaceful 2018! Thanks to all who have supported and participated in the ARROWSA programmes and projects in 2017.
Twice weekly arts for social change sessions led by the enthusiastic dependable Mr Bheki Dlamini took place at Bechet High School.
The weekly arts for social change sessions culminated in productions at Bechet High School for students, for a farewell for the vice principal Mr Williams, for the eThekwini Local History Museum's Abasha Bash Competition and the end of the year awards evening.
Weekly sessions included workshops with international practitioners from Indra Congress, Plymouth, UK and from Bremen, Germany. The latter was facilitated by Mohau Qalaza part of a partnership with eThekwini Local History Museum's intercultural exchange linked to the Abasha Bash, Passbook Competition.
International visitors were also hosted at workshops in partnership with the Palmiet Nature Reserve Committee, South Roots in Worcester and District Six Museum, Cape Town.
Further collaboration continued with research linked to CCMS, UKZN and Culture and Media Department, UKZN, working towards a 2018 exhibition with DUT Arts and Jewellery Design and ongoing heritage archive with www.artefacts.co.za.
We are excited for the Indra Congress - Pathways to be hosted by ARROWSA in Durban from the 2nd to the 8th July 2018!