Infograph – History of the Hub building

Below is an infograph on the history of The Hub building, which dates back to the 1850’s. The infograph was researched and designed by Letsitsi Mokoma, our graphic design intern from Limkokwing University. He was at The  Hub from February until May 2016, and during his time completed several design projects and also taught graphicContinue reading “Infograph – History of the Hub building”

We’re on Instagram

Follow The Hub on Instagram @ The account is managed by Hub volunteer Thabo Mohloboli. A photo posted by The Hub (@thehubatmorija) on Oct 19, 2016 at 7:47am PDT   A photo posted by The Hub (@thehubatmorija) on Oct 15, 2016 at 4:17am PDT   Photography by members of The Hub during a photography workshopContinue reading “We’re on Instagram”

Photography Workshop with Joël Tettamanti

We would like to thank Joël Tettamanti, Alliance Française de Maseru and Pro Helvetia for a fantastic three day photography workshop! Joël is a professional photographer from Switzerland, in  Lesotho for his upcoming exhibition ‘Kobo’, which opens at Alliance Française de Maseru on Friday September 23. He photographs slowly and extremely precisely, using a large-format cameraContinue reading “Photography Workshop with Joël Tettamanti”

Our library is growing

The library at The Hub is growing!  We are quickly acquiring a wide range of books on activism, the arts, photography, film-making, history, poetry and fiction. Our library is integral to our core aims of encouraging curiosity, artistic knowledge and an interest in social activism among our members. In August 2016, MK Asante donated copiesContinue reading “Our library is growing”

Sankofa Photography Project update

The Sankofa Photography Project continues to grow at The Hub. Each month has a different theme, and Hub members are encouraged to check out cameras from The Hub, and photograph anything they see fitting to the theme. The best photo each month is chosen by a panel, with prizes sponsored by Cafe Mojo, Morija Guest Houses & Tours, Lindy’s Catering, andContinue reading “Sankofa Photography Project update”