Weekend Workshop: Storytelling in Photography

From October 4-5, 2019 The Hub hosted Leila Hall and Meri Hyöky for a Weekend Workshop on Storytelling in Photography. The topic was climate change and environmental destruction. Participants documented different focus themes, including #deforestation, water supplies, #drought and litter. they received group feedback on their photos, and went out to take more photos based onContinue reading “Weekend Workshop: Storytelling in Photography”

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”

Clean Up Morija 2018!

From May 5-6, 2018, The Hub hosted Maseru based NGO Africa’s Green Generation (AGG) for our second annual community clean up. Their motto is ‘Working Together to build Healthier, Greener and Cleaner communities’ emphasizing the importance of taking care of our environment as well as our bodies. We started day 1 with stretching and exercising, followed byContinue reading “Clean Up Morija 2018!”

Community Clean Up May 5-6

From 5 – 6 May 2018, The Hub will host Africa’s Green Generation for our second annual community clean up in Morija. The clean up will combine environmental education with fun activities for participants. The waste collected over the weekend will be used by Nebulart Recycling Group for making eco bricks. Through participation in the community clean up, 20Continue reading “Community Clean Up May 5-6”

Raliphoofolo, a super shepherd

From April 22-23, 2017 The Hub hosted Patrick Rorke for 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. Special thanks to Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa for supportingContinue reading “Raliphoofolo, a super shepherd”