With various partners, The Hub is creating open-source animations and graphics, holding exhibitions, and running workshops on climate change, plastic pollution, and environmental degradation. See and download the content below!
“Matsohong a Rona” (“In Our Hands”) – a Claymation to raise awareness about the importance of taking care of our environment. What will Lesotho look like in 2050, if we continue on our path of destruction? The future is in our hands! This Claymation was created during an Animation Workshop at The Hub in November 2019.
“Mamela Lafats’e” (“Listen to the Earth”) – A claymation film created during our Earth Day animation workshop in April 2019. In memory of Max Thabiso Edkins.
“Raliphoofolo – A Super Shepherd”) – From April 22-23, 2017 The Hub held a weekend workshop on Animation. In celebration of Earth Day, the animation created by participants over the weekend was a story about a super shepherd Raliphoofolo, who encourages us to keep our communities clean.
Exhibition: Climate change and environmental degradation
To mark Earth Day, The Hub opened an outdoor exhibition on climate change and environmental degradation on April 22, 2022. The exhibition is the result of a workshop at The Hub on storytelling in photography in 2019, and was forced on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The exhibition is available to download by clicking here!
The Hub has developed a curriculum for environmental workshops, based on the animated films above. The curriculum is appropriate for all ages. Contact us if you would like The Hub to deliver workshops for your school or group!
“Everything starts at home, everything starts with you. You guys are the solution, not your parents. It will be you and your children living on this earth.”– Africa’s Green Generation