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17 August 2021

A film on Seipati Bulane Hopa - The Art and Ubuntu Trust presents ArtSat - An online art education programme (South Africa)

A film on Seipati Bulane Hopa
The Art and Ubuntu Trust presents ArtSat
An online art education programme
(South Africa)

The Art and Ubuntu Trust invites you to a screening and discussion of a film on Intuitive Designer Seipati Bulane Hopa

https://artubuntu.org/
Image: The Art and Ubuntu Trust

Description
Seipati explains how her approach to design, is formed by the indigenous styles of South Africa and demonstrates the clothes she creates and wears. She describes her inspiration: “When I see clothes I honestly feel they are talking to me, they want my response, you know. So I take them from where they are as created beings and give them life”.

Date: Saturday,  21 August 2021 on Zoom
Time: 2PM - 3PM 

Register: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIld--hrD4tHtDFv66K5XFVMZDU_uCIOa1T

Seipati Bulane-Hopa and Cinema
In addition to her cultural production in design, Seipati Bulane-Hopa is a filmmaker and served as secretary-general of FEPACI, Fédération Panafricaine des Cinéastes/the Pan-African Federation of Filmmakers from 2006-2013. 

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