The resilient and award-winning storyteller and producer, Asanda Magaqa, is the face of the South African Cultural Observatory’s (SACO) third International Conference, which she will host as master of ceremonies
There is increasing research that supports the argument that the creative and cultural industries are adding significantly to GDP growth, employment and social cohesion both nationally and around the world.
The South African Cultural Observatory will host its third annual national conference in Nelson Mandela Bay in March 2018. The impact of new technologies and the restructuring of popular culture
The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) invites all local and international academics; industry professionals and practitioners; public managers and intellectuals; researchers and consultants; private sector sponsors and practitioners; NGOs, organisations
The future of creativity and its role in our society will be a key focus area of the South African Cultural Observatory’s (SACO) third national conference, which returns to Nelson