‘Things will get heavier and heavier for them’: The devastating consequences of Covid-19 school closures in Lesotho

This photo essay was part of OSISA’s Numbers as Faces campaign in May, 2021. Download the e-magazine. The interviews were completed in March, 2021. By Leila Hall and Moleboheng Rampou ‘Lesotho shall endeavour to make education available to all…’ – Constitution of Lesotho This is the third year in a row that 15-year-old Mamello Rasiloane’s educationContinue reading “‘Things will get heavier and heavier for them’: The devastating consequences of Covid-19 school closures in Lesotho”

Animation: Mamela Lefats’e

From April 23-27, 2019 The Hub held an #EarthDay themed animation workshop. Watch our claymation Mamela Lefats’e below! Our Jr. Dream Team also made their own stop motion film using toys donated by the Toy Project! Special thanks to Lehlohonolo Tlhaole from Two For Designs and Anna Cai from Morija Arts Centre for leading the workshop, and sharing their time and skills with us! “You are buildingContinue reading “Animation: Mamela Lefats’e”

Skills Session: Comic books

Big thanks to Douglas Holgate for spending time with us on Friday October 28 for a Skills Session on comic books. He is an Australian illustrator and comic book artist, our members were especially excited about his work on the Regular Show comic. After Douglas gave a presentation on his work, and showed us workContinue reading “Skills Session: Comic books”

InI sound a breath of fresh air

Originally posted by Lesotho Times By Mohalenyane Phakela GIFTED with a witty lyrical delivery coupled with a unique melody, InI’s bursting on the local music scene has been a breath of fresh air for Hip Hop lovers. Imagine and Inspire, or simply InI, is a grouping consisting of producers, rappers and vocalists. The outfit was formed a coupleContinue reading “InI sound a breath of fresh air”

The Power of the Arts

Although this post deals with art and education in the USA, we thought it was a good share due to the lack of support for the arts in Lesotho, where an art program is rarely found in schools. Originally posted in Huffington Post by John M. Eger. Watch the TEDTalk that inspired this post. With AmericaContinue reading “The Power of the Arts”