Khuli Chana’s Maftown Heights Creative Community Workshop was a huge success
The inaugural Maftown Heights Creative Community Workshop took place last Friday.
Leaders in the music and events industry descended in the North West Province in Mahikeng this past Friday for the inaugural workshop.
A wealth of knowledge was shared that the North West creative community delegates found highly invaluable and have already made a call out to government and other stakeholders for more platforms like this to come to the North West Province.
A WIN for the North West Province, the Workshop empowered 200 young creatives with practical knowledge to advance in their various areas of interests within the creative community from live events, to music production, to building a dream team.
“On behalf of Maftown Heights, the Khuli Chana Foundation and the North West Department of Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation (ACSR), I would like to express our sincere gratitude to all parties that made the inaugural Maftown Heights Creative Community Workshop a huge success. To the facilitators and speakers, thank you for your generous support and contributions to the panel discussions.
With your help, we delivered a landmark workshop for the creative community in the North West Province where young creatives got an opportunity to learn more about the sector. We deeply appreciate your commitment, and the professionalism that was so evident in all aspects of your participation,” shares Refiloe Ramogase, Maftown Heights co-founder.
The Maftown Heights Workshop was the first initiative for the Maftown Heights 10-year anniversary celebrations. By popular demand, the workshop will also come to Johannesburg later this year and form part of an exciting 10-year anniversary roll out programme to released soon.
Check out the Maftown Heights Facebook page to see more photos of the inaugural workshop.