The 2020 Masterclasses workshops are part of the MTF Academy’s philosophy of upskilling and training industry professionals in the telling of authentic African stories.
It’s a new year, new rules new trends and new everything basically. We took some time to gather some things you need to keep an eye out in 2020. Are you ready?
For many a vision board works as a clear soundboard of what you want in life or that year.
It helps you stay focus on what is important to you.
Malibu presents Doctatainment’s Windhoek Spring Fiesta 2019.
We are currently obsessing over KrazySue The Artist (Sunya Beukes)’ latest art collection titled ” Sue-realism 2.0″ which is a continuation of an exhibition she had at FNCC about a year ago.
A group of gifted artists have come together to start a creative movement in the north…
We are the article that writes itself; we are Artists Anonymous.
The fierce and talented queen of rap, Lioness, dropped the visuals of “Tala” last Friday and it left us shook and edgeless.
From the fashion and styling to the cinematography, the creatives behind it pulled together one of the most memorable music videos Namibia has to offer.
Lucky for us, we got the Directors to help us unpack this masterpiece.
Generally, artists don’t like to talk about money. Perhaps it is because they don’t always make very much of it or because they risk being dismissed as sellouts if they do.
Do you at times think of a better world? One without violence or pain? Without poverty or suffering? We do too. Imagine a world where people could be what or whomever they wished to be. That’s what Masiyaleti Mbewe envisions for black people. A Afro-futuristic Village. We caught up with the creative to give us a little insight on her recent collaborative exhibition, afrofuturism and most importantly what feminism in this magical village looks like.
Sister Sister- written and performed by Beauty Boois, Spoken Word, March 2017.