The Women In Resistance exhibition is up!

The Women In Resistance exhibition is up! Officially opening tomorrow, Wednesday March 30 at Morija Museum & Archives. In February, eleven members of The Hub were trained in the basics of portrait photography and journalistic writing. They worked in pairs to photograph and interview six inspiring women in Morija. These six profiles have now beenContinue reading “The Women In Resistance exhibition is up!”

The Hub profiles Morija’s Women In Resistance

With continued support from Vodacom Lesotho Foundation, The Hub is implementing a number of activities geared at engaging its members and young learners from schools in and around Morija around the theme of the Women In Resistance exhibition. The Hub ran photography and writing competitions in January 2016 to select members who are participating in thisContinue reading “The Hub profiles Morija’s Women In Resistance”

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”

Memorable quotes from ‘Global LGBTI Conversations – Out Loud!’

‘Global LGBTI Conversations – Out Loud!’ was an event held on Saturday 23 May at the State Library in Maseru. The event was organised by Matrix Support Group, with support from the U.S. Embassy in Maseru, and equipment and logistics provided by The Hub. The aim of the event was to connect young Basotho withContinue reading “Memorable quotes from ‘Global LGBTI Conversations – Out Loud!’”

Women in Resistance exhibition coming to Morija

Did you get to see the Women in Resistance photo exhibition at Alliance Française de Maseru in May? The exhibition, by French photographer Pierre-Yves Ginet, showcased different women from around the world who are in various ways fighting for equality, justice, dignity and survival. Portraits of Basotho women, taken by Lesotho-based photographer Meri Hyöky, were addedContinue reading “Women in Resistance exhibition coming to Morija”