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Through the Cracks

Art exhibition

Through the Cracks advert poster.pdf

Saturday 12th October

12:00
Arrival of guests

13:00
Opening of Exhibition

Enjoy the art, the food and the people

17:00
Drumming circle with
Laone

17:30
Sunset yoga with
Neo

17:30
Moonrise watching on the rock


Sunday 13th October

10:00
Arrival of guests for another fun filled art, food and soul day

11:00
Qigong with Nancy

12:00
Mindfulness with
Ava Avalos

13:00
Drumming circle with
Laone

14:00
Art talk with
Ann Gollifer

15:00
Believing in your dreams despite the odds with
Gao Mosweu

16:00
Enjoy the rest of the afternoon…

Art, Food and Soul

Come be art inspired, be entertained, be delighted, be nourished, be present, be joyful, be fun and participate in an exhibition and event of a different kind


Contemplate, appreciate

and buy the art creations of

Nancy Horenburg

-Watercolours
and
Terracotta sculptures-


Ambience guitar music with Lotte at various times throughout the day

Family Friendly
Honeycomb Hub will be there, for a small fee, to
entertain your children whilst you enjoy the exhibition, food stalls, talks and sessions

The schedule is as follows
Schedule 
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Food stalls

Eva
Samoosas, springrolls and all veggie wraps.
Vegetable curry with roti or rice

Madhu
Snacks: Vegetable chops, cutlets and pakora.
Vegetable briyani
Chole bhature (chickpeas with flat bread)
Spinach stir fry, mixed vegetables and black bean curry, served with naan bread or white rice.

Murr
Mexican delights

Other stalls

Godsake
Vegetables: red and green leaf lettuce, onions, shallots, leeks, rape, spinach, green peppers, chillies, tomatoes, butternut, and watermelon.
Herbs: parsley, mint, coriander, basil, sweet rocket and dill/fennel

BSPCA
Odds and ends, and second hand art books…

Gao Mosweu will share the joy of believing and focusing on your dreams, despite the odds, and balancing work and life.

In her day job, she is a management consultant, coach and trainer. When she is not being corporate, she enjoys sunrises, books and technology. Oh and horse-riding too. She facilitates workshops on stress management, work-life balance and personal wellness. Enjoy her session and talk to her afterwards about anything from marketing, to spirituality to technology and anything in between.

She manages Maze Meadows Consulting, which hosts workshops and retreats on goal-setting, re-wiring your minds and healthy living.

Laone Thekiso is a musician, percussionist and composer. He has played in marimba bands and percussion ensembles since his school days. Laone drums everyday in his marimba teaching, and has led workshops in Botswana and abroad that featured layered melodies, rhythms and grooves. He loves drum circles.

Ann Gollifer is a visual artist whose practice includes painting, print-making, writing and photography. She has lived and worked in Botswana for 30 years and has travelled extensively throughout the country gathering images and words from the people and places she has encountered. She is interested in the disparate communities she meets and their relationships to one another and the landscapes in which they are embedded. Everyone has a story to tell but often not the means to communicate, expand and develop the details. Ann’s work is an attempt to reveal diverse histories.

Neo is an ever-smiling certified Yoga instructor who is passionate about movement. She has been doing Yoga for three years, having taught herself everything before journeying to India to take her practice to new heights. She brings a featherlight spirit to her classes, which cater for the body, mind and soul as sites of honor and privilege.

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