Tiny Gallery Concert Series

Since October 21, 2018, The Hub’s film crew has been documenting a concert series by Morija Arts Centre at Maeder House Gallery. Tiny Gallery Concerts are intimate concert settings that connect musicians, artists, poets and other creatives through live performance. The series will continue throughout 2019. Recap of Tiny Gallery Concert on March 10, 2019:Continue reading “Tiny Gallery Concert Series”

Weekend Workshop: Creative Writing

From February 17-18 2018, Leila Hall led a weekend workshop at The Hub on creative writing. Day one was spent exploring some of the aspects of storytelling that make for powerful books and films and freewriting around memories and imaginative ‘what if…?’ scenarios. On day two, based on their freewrites from day one, participants wroteContinue reading “Weekend Workshop: Creative Writing”

The Hub at #BareLitFest2016

On Saturday 10th December, a group of seventeen members and volunteers of The Hub travelled to Maseru to spend the day at the 2016 Ba re e ne re Literature Festival. We had a wonderful day of listening to inspiring talks and discussions. We also had the chance to meet writers and guest speakers fromContinue reading “The Hub at #BareLitFest2016”

Our library is growing

The library at The Hub is growing!  We are quickly acquiring a wide range of books on activism, the arts, photography, film-making, history, poetry and fiction. Our library is integral to our core aims of encouraging curiosity, artistic knowledge and an interest in social activism among our members. In August 2016, MK Asante donated copiesContinue reading “Our library is growing”

WordPower @ The Hub

WordPower is a new literacy program launching at The Hub in September 2016. Participants of the program will meet once a week to read and discuss fiction, poetry and plays by writers from around the world, and will be engaged in writing exercises that will encourage creative and personal expression. The aim of the programContinue reading “WordPower @ The Hub”

Unsung heroes wow the masses

By Lineo Segoete Morija Museum and Archives (MMA) hosted a Heroes’ Day celebration at Renaissance Coffee and Café on 24th May as a precursor to the 2014 leg of the Morija Arts and Cultural Festival. Local band Major 7 set the tone for the evening while INI entertainment and the Bakehase reserved the consistency throughContinue reading “Unsung heroes wow the masses”

Demons exposed, and they’re beautiful!

By Lineo Segoete Emilio Villa writes “Poetry is to forget forgetfulness. Poetry is to separate self from self. Poetry is what’s completely left out. Poetry is emptying without exhausted”, now combine that with a live band and equally talented featured guests and you have “Demons Exposed” by Siphiwe Nzima Ntṧekhe. Siphiwe is not conventional; hersContinue reading “Demons exposed, and they’re beautiful!”