What better place to start a conversation about Africa than in Africa in a room somewhere in Stellenbosch at the Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography? Where you reach out and touch Maputo, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Canada, Australia and even Mexico to just name a few on a Tuesday night in June.
And the message is clear: collaboration is something of the future. The challenge is finding new ways to work together and doing it in true African style. Deciding what that means and how to live it. Sharing it with the World: the identity of Africa. That is next level stuff.
And giving Africa the confidence to flaunt her colors and culture to a World who has become a bit bland with too much of the same thing everywhere…
This is where the future lies: in the hands of people who are brave enough to discover their own voice, listen to the silence of their own hearts and moving ahead to new frontiers of living 360 degrees in harmony with a new World: the way we designed it.
If you want to check out how Barbara Fassler and her team of visionaries engineers the future through arts you should keep an eye on it here … www.facebook.com/StellenboschAcademy/
Sr. Marthie Nel Hauptfleisch
Singer-Songwriter, Professional Nurse, Inspirational Speaker
“Find Your Purpose And Run With It”
083 767 2701
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