By ELANA ALBERTS When the little mice won’t sleep, Mama Mice has to find out why the sandman’s sand isn’t working. Age 3-6
A screening of the Netflix original of the true story of a 13-year-old Malawian boy who saved his town from famine by building windmills to provide water and electricity, based on his autobiography. In 2013 TIME magazine named Kamkwamba one of the "30 People Under 30 Changing The World."
Using story telling to understand, process and make sense of history and our lives today. With author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Heather Morris and author of Hope is the Only Wing, Rutendo Tavengerwei. Facilitated by Fiona Snyckers.
Writing Workshop with Hayley Chewins , award-winning author of The Turnaway Girls – a book about magical girls with life-altering secrets.
What are the future STEM skills needed to succeed? Winners of Inspiringfifty.com, Mmabatho Mokiti and Lerato Motsamai, are trail blazers in their industries. Listen to the lessons and insights they will share to inspire the next generation of young STEM female leaders, as explored in the book The New Girl Code.
Visual Literacy tips and tricks to get you in the picture with South Africa’s most famous cartoonist, Zapiro and Kingsmead College English teacher Elizabeth Donaldson.
A look at one of South Africa’s most famous artists and the fine art of writing a life story. Katherine Graham with Mary-Anne Clegg.
Poetry as a way of recording life through all its wonders, wounds and weirdness. Iain Thomas Richard Sebeko
Authors and adventurers Eugenie Kadid Sayegh and Lee Den Hond share the secrets to overcoming obstacles and making your wildest dreams come true. Travel to the top of Everest, walk the Camino de Santiago and prepare to be inspired.