Storytelling session with Tawona Sithole in Partnership with Pachedu’s Cultural Café
By Renfrewshire’s Ethnic Communities Cultural Steering Group
About the event
Join the Pachedu Cultural Cafe for an online storytelling session with Tawona Sithole, better known by his ancestral family name, Ganyamatope. His heritage inspires him to make connections with other people through creativity-based learning.
Tawona is a poet, playwright, author and mbira musician. He is the co-founder of Seeds of Thought, a non-funded arts group, and currently the UNESCO artist-in-residence at the University of Glasgow, with research and teaching roles in the school of education and medical school.
His other educational roles are with Glasgow School of Art, the University of the West of Scotland, the University of Stirling and Newcastle University, and the Scottish Book Trust.
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About Renfrewshire’s Ethnic Communities Cultural Steering Group
The Ethnic Communities Cultural Steering Group is a subgroup of diverse partners from across Renfrewshire who work in partnership to, co-produce, programme, and curate work relevant to Renfrewshire’s Ethnic Community throughout the year. If you would like more information on the steering group please contact Cultural Development Officer, Heather.Paton@renfrewshire.gov.uk