Arts Management and Literary Activism (AMLA) workshop

When: Thursday – Sunday 10 am:
Where: The Square Place, Boardroom 1

Thursday: Why organise a literary festival?

Aspiring and early career arts managers and literary activists learn from more established and prominent literary activists and arts managers, the particular contexts in which literary and arts initiatives develop and how to wade the turbulent waters of creating arts and culture in Africa.

Speakers

Thando Mqgolozana, Billy Kahora, Beverley Nambozo, Pamela Acaye – Bwesigye Bwa Mwesigire

Friday: Online Magazines

Aspiring and early career arts managers and literary activists learn from more established and prominent literary activists and arts managers, the particular contexts in which literary and arts initiatives develop and how to wade the turbulent waters of creating arts and culture in Africa.

Speakers

Emmanuel Sigauke, Kate Haines, Sara Bruya, Amoritsero Ede, Nancy Adimora

Saturday: Literary Events

Aspiring and early career arts managers and literary activists learn from more established and prominent literary activists and arts managers, the particular contexts in which literary and arts initiatives develop and how to wade the turbulent waters of creating arts and culture in Africa.

Speakers

Ruth Bush, A. Igoni Barrett, Edwige Dro, Donald Maasa

Sunday: Literary Adaptations

Aspiring and early career arts managers and literary activists learn from more established and prominent literary activists and arts managers, the particular contexts in which literary and arts initiatives develop and how to wade the turbulent waters of creating arts and culture in Africa.

Speakers

Madhu Krishnan, Gloria Kiconco, Tess Bahana, Dzekashu MacViban, Nyana Kakoma

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