UPCOMING EVENT: 3/4/5 MAY 2024
Choreographed by LUYANDA SIDIYA
Telling a human a story that seeks to rectify, more so, reclaim who we are as a people from our culture and customs – and the distortions that predate the African slave trade that led us to believe that our own spirituality had a demonic, pagan, uncivilized, barbaric and godless origin. The piece aims to create a system for the black child to appreciate and learn more about who they are – as a revival of sorts, Amawethu seeks to enact the wealth of character long lost in our customs and manner of life.
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Luthando Arts Academy – founded by Luyanda Sidiya and Thoko Seganye – has realized itself as an institute bent on a quest to empower the African Child. Located in Sebokeng, it has come to receive its full accreditation in the Performing Arts. The organisation has dived into various indigenous forms to deliberately use the tools they provide to heal and re-build the community.