Following in the footsteps of Maishe Maponya — Fund the Arts and give us a better Minister than Nathi Mthethwa
Art offers us a different language to that we hear every day from politicians. It is one still rooted in our humanity, in empathy and grief, in celebration and imagination, combining solidarity and singularity. But whatever its form or means of expression, it inevitably loops back to politics and how we are governed. It disrupts and makes us re-think.