Nompilo Kunene

Nompilo Kunene announces winners of The MAP raffle alongside Makotikoti Zikhali at 2014 Durban Sustainable Living Exhibition.

As a trainee press officer for Roving Reporters, June – December 2014, Nompilo Kunene made a great contribution to marketing the Makotikoti Arts Project (The MAP), in particular a pilot educational outreach programme, Works on Paper, which Nompilo helped design. The 2014 competition attracted entries from more than 180 primary school children from 25 schools throughout KwaZulu-NAtal. Nompilo helped organise two major exhibitions promoting The MAP – the first stand at the Durban UIA2014 World Architecture Conference followed by the launch of The MAP’s educational outreach programme at the 2014 Durban Sustainable Living Expo. These exhibitions led to The MAP finding a temporary home at Eight Morrison Street – part of a inner city regeneration precinct, Rivertown, being developed by the Propertuity group.

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