Children’s Reading with Zhi Zulu
By - Nadia

Children’s Reading with Zhi Zulu

On Sunday 3 June, at our Arts On Main space, we had the brightest little minds join us for a Children’s Storybook Reading of The Herd Boy by Niki Daly, read in Zulu and translated into English by the amazingly talented illustrator and visual story-teller, Zhi Zulu. A group of 7 little children came into our bookstore for the reading

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop
By - Rhulani Shabangu

Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk4uHq5WAao Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop The movements workshop was facilitated as a project by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner in collaboration with Khosi Radebe powered by Stanford Creative Works, A David Krut Projects initiative. The workshops were facilitated over a 2 day session in which over 30 parents and facilitators from ECD centers were in attendance at the Arts

By - Dale Wyngaard

Parents Workshop at Die Bron Primary School

This term we offered another workshop for the parents of the foundation phase learners at Die Bron Primary in collaoration with Jenny van Velden from the Principals Academy. The parents’ workshop was held on a Saturday morning where parents were invited to join us.        The workshop covered a variety of topics on how to enhance children’s healthy

Bringing children’s storybooks to life
By - Administrator

Bringing children’s storybooks to life

Interactive Story Telling and Puppet Show along with an Adult presentation as part of ‘The Night Garden at Montebello’ David Krut Projects Cape Town with Sharon Geffen Thursday 30th March 2017, 18:00 David Krut Projects Cape Town (DKCT) had the pleasure of hosting a children’s interactive storytelling and puppet show followed by an adult presentation by Sharon Geffen as part

By - Illana Welman

Stanford Creative Works – August 2016

Our theme for the workshops for August is self expression through movement painting and collage making. Our observations in the open workshops as well as the school environment has shown that many children are struggling with building up adequate verbal, as well as social skills to express themselves through words. We are seeing children lacking social skills that prevent them from engaging in

By - Illana Welman

uHlanga 2nd Poetry Reading – Stephen Symons and Francine Simon

David Krut Projects and uHlanga invite you to an evening of poetry and art at our Cape Town gallery, featuring a reading from uHlanga’s latest poet, Stephen Symons, and one of uHlanga’s upcoming stars, Francine Simon, for whom this will be her first reading. We will be selling Stephen’s collection, as well as other uHlanga collections. It is free entry and

By - Illana Welman

Stanford Creative Works May / June 2016

  Over the past term, we covered a variety of themes and projects in our open workshops. We made paper plate mandalas with natural materials, paper plate crowns, we also worked with stencils and held baking activities in the community hall. The age group at our open workshops ranged between 3 and around 10 years old. We provided activities that

By - Gute Immelman

I am Alex Book | Children’s Book Launch & Reading

It is always such a pleasure to work with Bumble Books and we had another delightful event at the launch of I am Alex and Ek is Alex on Saturday morning, 7 May. Author Elena Agnello gave a hearty reading and a colouring in session followed, as well as a bit of running around in the lovely Montebello garden! We

By - Gute Immelman

Poetry Reading by Genna Gardini and Nick Mulgrew 🗺

On the eve of 19 April, Nick Mulgrew and Genna Gardini spent time emoting and gesticulating in our Montebello gallery, with well-rounded readings from their uHlanga Press publications (and other sources). Mulgrew, the founder and publisher of uHlanga Press, wrote the myth of this is that we’re all in this together – the blurb on this book describes it best:

By - Dale Wyngaard

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