Jewelry and accessory maker Nomsa Dhlamini is a beneficiary of Marcus Neustetter and Stephen Hobbs' public art program. The men work with township artists from throughout the country. Artists redecorate the community center for a Red Bull sponsored event for social entrepreneurs.
Artists reflect on what they learned from the public arts project, including entrepreneurship and funding. Many artists recycle household materials into their work.
Artists and entrepreneurs showcase their talents at a local festival. The academy teaches artists about business and funding. Thato Mafokoane reflects on the community coming together to decorate the facility.
Credits: Changing Lives Through Art
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South African artists join forces to decorate a community hall, a central gathering place in their township, as a symbol of unity and their aspiration for a better future.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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