Q3 at Unpublished Africa

We have been working to create more spaces for African photographers to share their work while drawing attention to what they go through to create. In the third quarter we:

We Rounded up the second cohort of Creative Business Studio:

Creative Business Studio is our six week flagship program that focuses on helping the participants improve the way they do business. We are grateful for our partners who joined us in carrying out the program!

Creative Business Studio Cohort 2: Supported by Akayi, Top Legal, The Finance Guy, Kenyan NFT Club, The Created Creative, Africa Tweet Chat (Sparks Corporates)

We released Africa Published Volume 2: How we navigated

Creative Business Studio culminates in a publication, Africa Published. This volume saw photographers sharing their journeys, some of the challenges they face and what they hope to achieve.

Access the publication Africa Published Volume 2 for free here.

We released From the African Streets Volume 1:

Under the theme See My City we had photographers showcasing their cities in an effort to shift the narrative surrounding Africa and its cities and towns.

Thamsanqa Sibanda shares a story about how he was affected by the deindustrialization of Bulawayo (ZW)

Access From the African Streets Volume 1 for free HERE.

City Life Resilience: A group exhibition

Contributors of From the African Streets were invited to exhibit their work in August at Pikicha Gallery. This exhibition was a product of collaboration, with a participant Simphiwe Moyo (PAMOYO GALLERY) who was in our program Creative Business Studio.

Thank you to everyone that came out to support the artists!

And finally:

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