A cross cultural collaboration of independent artists who carry deep convictions in their approach to therapeutic performance art.
A beautiful marriage of indigenous, classic and contemporary music composed during the Iva Artist Residency which took place in March earlier this year.
The 3 week artist’s residency explored the layers of history and heritage on the ‘frontier’ finding a tangible representation to signify the ethos ‘unifying through art’ and gave artists a safe space to create and collaborate after a hard couple months of lockdown.
The performance was filmed in eLundini Village of the Amathole district where all proceeds from the performance will go towards Ivanya Yethu’s ‘#ArtsAccess4All’ campaign which distributes creative learning material and supports the computer center in the village.
The residency was hosted by Ivanya Yethu Heritage Foundation and supported by the National Arts Council (NAC).