Various artists in Modimolle have been lined up to showcase their work at the planned festival. Photo: Mzamane Ringane
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The Modimolle-based Malaika Media has invited local artists from across artforms to take part in the Arts & Culture Music Festival, which was scheduled to take place at the Peter Nchabeleng Community Hall from Friday, 2 to Sunday, 4 March.
Edward Masingi of Malaika Media management company has urged artists from across genres to register so as to be part of the annual event.
“We are looking out for artists to be part of this festival. We welcome all genres, all artforms,” he said.
The Modimolle-based events management company has committed itself to develop and nurture local talent, by providing especially lesser known artists with a platform to showcase their talents.
On the evening of Friday, 2 March, locally-produced films, music videos, and documentaries would be screened at the venue.
Masingi said other locally-produced videos from across the province were scheduled to be showcased, too.
On the second day, Saturday 3 March, the Arts and Culture Festival has lined up a fashion parade, whereby models would be offered the opportunity to exhibit locally-designed fashion wear.
The fashion show was billed to be followed by a workshop on film and TV, and rounded off with live performances by local artists across genres and artforms.
On Sunday 4 March, which was billed as the final day of the weekend event, the Arts and Culture Festival has lined up a live gospel music show, which was billed to bring down the curtain over the weekend festivities.
For more information, interested artists were advised to call or send a whatsapp message to Edward Masingi 0715078123.
3 months ago 18 January 2018