Outreach Foundation’s Boitumelo – Activities


Some of the processes we use to create work include:

  •  Create Journals: This activity engages the community in the art of actively recording experiences and history. Creating journals facilitates the growth of individual creativity and becomes an artistic resource as well as a therapeutic tool.
  • Collect Material: This activity activates the understanding of natural materials and the potential that various natural or recycled materials have for art and craft creation.
  • Walk the daily Paths: This activity challenges the community to actively participate in understanding their space, context and to see the possible impact they could have through their art practice.
  • Mapping Home: This workshop explores the meaning of home and environment for the human community, drawing parallels and creating empathy with the natural world such as bird homes.

Some of our specific projects:

  • Saturday book club: click here to view more about this project.
  • Paper project: click here to view more about this project.
  • Nkosi’s Haven training: click here to view more about this project.

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Support an inter-generational cast from Hillbrow, Johannesburg, in their collective dream to take this year's theatrical show to the National Arts Festival. The 10 to 82-year-old talents are in their 3rd year of partnership, committed to values of inclusivity & expression.

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This is not only a journey out of Hillbrow to the National Arts Festival for a company of young and not so young people, but a day on the beach too! (For many of the cast, it'll be their first time at the beach and the NAF)