In February 2022, the Imbali Visual Literacy Project, in partnership with the MTN Foundation and the Western Cape Department of Education, packed their bags, loaded up their art supplies, teaching materials and Imbali Artbooks, and set off for the Western Cape where they facilitated a
Following their hugely successful Artbook Workshops in the Eastern Cape last year, the Imbali Visual Literacy Project kicks off 2022 by bringing workshops to the Western Cape. On 19 February, the organisation hosted an inspiring Imbali Artbook workshop for teachers in the Eden District of
Earlier this year, the Imbali Visual Literacy Project headed to the Eastern Cape for a whirlwind tour of artbook workshops and creative learning. From 18 – 22 October 2021, the Imbali team, in partnership with the MTN SA Foundation, worked with more than 100 teachers
In October 2021, the Imbali Visual Literacy Project headed to the Eastern Cape for a whirlwind tour of artbook workshops and creative learning. From 18 – 22 October 2021, the Imbali team worked with more than 100 teachers and subject advisers, providing training over four
Having access to an arts education that’s informative, engaging and exciting is vital at all levels. That’s why the team at the Imbali Visual Literacy Project put together Adventuring into Art, a series of groundbreaking artbooks to be used as a comprehensive art guide for
The Imbali Visual Literacy Project, based in Johannesburg, has a long history of arts teacher training. Over the past 34 years, the organisation has trained visual art teachers in most areas of the country, and has worked with many of South Africa’s provincial education departments.
A love and appreciation for art begins at an early age and it is the work of teachers and educators in the classroom that helps harness and nurture that initial interest and turn it into a lifelong appreciation of art and art-making. The Imbali Visual
The newly launched Imbali Artbooks: Adventuring into Art website (imbaliartbooks.org.za/) was made possible through support from the MTN Foundation and is the result of a longstanding partnership between the Foundation and the Imbali Visual Literacy Project. Creative Feel spoke to Niel Nortje, Manager of the
Since 1998, MTN has been one of the country’s most prominent supporters of the development of arts and culture in South Africa, with a particular focus on arts education. MTN’s endeavour to support the development of the South African arts and culture sector was initiated
Imagine a new generation growing up with heightened imagination, creativity and innovative thinking. Studies have found that children who have been motivated to practice a specific art form and who spend time with focused attention on arts projects, have measurably increased attention capabilities, even in
The South African Cultural Observatory has secured a stellar local line-up of academics, researchers and creative practitioners for its National Conference at the Turbine Hall in Johannesburg on May 24 and 25. The conference aims to explore the relationship between the creative economy and development imperatives.