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Conversations On Creativity 20.0 with Lunga, Didintle & Inga

Are you an emerging or established creative in search of a space to network and engage with fellow creatives? ‘Conversations on Creativity’ is the place to go.

‘Conversations on Creativity’ is a series of public-facing events curated to inspire and provide an opportunity for the creative community, as well as the general public to engage with fellow creatives on their journeys, ideas and insights. The conversations feature a wide range of local and international creatives who share their journey and experiences with the larger audience, they are then given an opportunity to engage with the speakers through a Q&A session.

Conversations On Creativity 20.0 is taking place on the 31st of August from 12PM-3PM at the BKhz Gallery & Studio in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. The panel comprises of individuals within the creative space such as Lunga Ntila, Didintle Ntshudisane and Inga Gubeka.

Info on the speakers:

Lunga Ntila is a South African multi-disciplinary artist based in Johannesburg. She works with the notion of decolonizing representational constructs, with special focus to the narrative of a black female body. She expresses herself through collages and digitally manipulated images. Her interests lie within the visual arts, fashion and film.

Didintle Ntshudisane is a 23-year old Johannesburg based creative who indulges in style and fashion. She has never allowed her age to make her feel small within the industry, as she continues to pursue her ambitions to the fullest and draws inspiration from multiple art mediums.

Inga Gubeka is a 31-year old South African entrepreneur from the Eastern Cape who studied Interior Design in Durban and is now based in Johannesburg. His love for physical engagement within the process of creating brought about Inga Atelier.

Get more information on ‘Conversations on Creativity’ here.



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