Community Clean Up with AGG

From April 29-30, 2017, The Hub held a community clean up with Africa’s Green Generation (AGG) in Morija. They did a great job combining environmental education with fun activities for the 50+ participants! AGG is an environmental organisation based in Maseru, which works with youth in their community of Moshoshoe II to build healthier, greener andContinue reading “Community Clean Up with AGG”

January Weekend Workshop: Photography

In 2017 The Hub is hosting monthly weekend workshops that are teaching a range of skills, including photography, film-making, women’s rights and gender based violence, and ways to meaningfully address and tackle relevant socio-economic issues such as gender-based violence and human rights. January’s weekend workshop on photography was held from Saturday 28 – Sunday 29,Continue reading “January Weekend Workshop: Photography”

Ready for 2017

The Hub has been back in action for a few weeks after a summer break. Job-Ready Fridays have featured a photography Skills Session, and Hub Talks by singer Leomile, and Kanono Thabane from Lesotho Council of NGOs. Some of the upcoming speakers are award winning actor Lebohang Ntsane, and entrepreneur/motivational speaker Nozipho Nonyana. We areContinue reading “Ready for 2017”

Weekend workshops at The Hub

Starting in November 2016, The Hub is hosting monthly weekend workshops that will teach a range of skills, including professional writing, photography, film-making, graphic design and ways to meaningfully address and tackle relevant socio-economic issues such as gender-based violence and human rights. We just wrapped up a very successful two-day “Introduction to Professional Writing” workshop.Continue reading “Weekend workshops at The Hub”

Prize giving for WIR essay competition

In April and May 2016, Primary and High Schools were invited to bring classes for guided tours of the Women In Resistance exhibition at Morija Museum. An essay writing competition was held for High School students based on the exhibition. We held a prize giving for the essay writing competition today, with first place goingContinue reading “Prize giving for WIR essay competition”

Online Exhibition

In May 2015, the Alliance Française de Maseru hosted the exhibition Women in Resistance (WIR) by French photographer Pierre-Yves Ginet. Twelve photographic portraits and written profiles of Basotho women sponsored by Vodacom Lesotho Foundation were displayed alongside Pierre-Yves Ginet’s work. In November 2015, the twelve portraits moved to the Morija Museum and Archives (MMA), whereContinue reading “Online Exhibition”

Conversations at Morija #2

In 2013, Maseru-born curator Lerato Bereng held an interactive event at the Morija Arts and Cultural Festival titled Conversations at Morija. The event, which was free of charge and open to the public, engaged with a number of members of Lesotho’s diaspora in a series of live Skype conversations. Through the event, Bereng – whoContinue reading “Conversations at Morija #2”

New creative team to lead Morija Arts & Cultural Festival

Originally posted on Morija.co.ls In mid-February 2014, we announced that Mr. Thabo Leanya, who served as Director of the Morija Arts & Cultural Festival since 2009, has taken up a senior post in the Department of Culture in Maseru. We wish him well in this new post and trust that he will continue to workContinue reading “New creative team to lead Morija Arts & Cultural Festival”

Rea qapa – We create

By Lineo Segoete Originally posted on Morija.co.ls Friday October 25 marked a ground-breaking development for the Morija Arts Centre when the Germond Art Library was added to its assemblage in an official launch held in the Morija Printing Works canteen. The Art Centre through Linotšing Studios and Maeder House Gallery, has grown steadily since 2011 when itContinue reading “Rea qapa – We create”

April 27 – UPRISE in the garden

On Saturday April 27, join us in Morija for a full day of activities for the whole family!  From 10am until dark, the amphitheater at Morija Museum will host a fundraising event to benefit Uprise Media Centre. Tickets are M50 and include access to: Open mic (Poetry, Comedy, Music) Performances by Maleh, Kommanda Obbs, Olive Branch, Lithuamajoe, Zetina Mosia, Siphiwe & Kolu LiveContinue reading “April 27 – UPRISE in the garden”