Gaborone: #KeepTheYouthBusy in collaboration with Redds Chillstep Sundays, Orange 4G and Native Events hosted the Photography Workshop on Saturday June 30, 2018, at Little Theatre (Museum) from 1000hrs – 1300hrs. The event, a part of a series of workshops hosted each month under different themes, featured a photography exhibition by Karabo Hassan of Tronic Arts Photography as well as engagements by key industry players. Amongst the panel of speakers were seasoned and respected photographers: Mr. Igor Barandovski of Image Lounge, Mr. Kabo Olesitse of KO Photography, Mr. Monirul Bhuiyan of Press photo and giving words of encouragement where Mr. Monametse Kalayamotho, Ms Basadi Masimolole of Celebrations of Africa and Mr. Mbakiso Magwape from Media Republic.
The Photography Workshop is one of many self-funded initiatives under the youth movement ChillStep Sundays aimed at contributing towards behavioural change, empowering the youth and elevate them through positive and educational initiatives themed #KEEPTHEYOUTHBUSYWORKSHOPS.
“All our workshops are self-funded and have proven track record of positively contributing towards youth behavioural change and talent growth. One of our taglines is ‘Keep the Youth Busy’, this is in efforts to keep them away from substance abuse, idle minds and unwanted partakes, as we know, an idle mind is said to be the devil’s playground.
The youth come outin hordes to attend and support our monthly ChillStep Sundays events. As a result, we have taken it upon ourselves to do our part to their development and guidance through the tumultuous journey of growth,’’ said ChillStep Sundays Founder, Mr. Drew Chadhall.
Entrance to the Workshop was free but the public was informed that seating is limited to only 140 attendants. The series of workshops are currently self-funded and the management of Keep The Youth Busy Movement calls out to organisation to collaborate through partnerships and sponsorship to allow this to be a national event. The next workshop will be hosted on the 28th July 2018 and under the theme ‘Djs and Personal Branding’.
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