Tegan Bristow, South Africa - Facilitator Mentor
Dr. Tegan Bristow is a South African artist and developer of interactive digital installations; Senior Lecturer at the Wits School of Arts of the University of the Witwatersrand and Director of the Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival. Bristow completed a PhD with the Planetary Collegium at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Arts at Plymouth University in the U.K.
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Eliana N’Zualo, Mozambique - Storytelling Facilitator
Eliana N’Zualo is a Mozambican storyteller, based in Maputo, currently working as a freelancer. Through her blog, Escreve Eliana Escreve and podcast O Nome Disso é África, she explores the themes of Womanhood, Feminism, Africa and History/ Politics. Her work has been featured in Índico Magazine and she was a speaker at the TEDxMaputo 2017.
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Hélio Januário, Mozambique - Artist Facilitator
Hélio Januário is a graphic designer and illustrator for ANIMA in Mozambique. He studied Arts and Visual Communication in Mozambique, and studied Arts and Visual Communication, and uses graphic design as a complimentary area of work to deepen and improve his skills in the art-finalisation of printed materials.
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Matthew Lee, United Kingdom - Storytelling Workshop
Matthew Lee is a co-founder and associate editor of Delayed Gratification, a UK-based 'Slow Journalism' magazine that champions long-form non-fiction storytelling. He has also authored travel guides for Lonely Planet and Time Out, and contributed to a ride range of publications as a freelance writer and editor. Matthew, as a representative of The Slow Journalism Company, will present a collaborative workshop which borrows elements from three classes ['How to make infographics', 'How to be a features writer', and 'How to launch an independent magazine’] to provide a loose structure for informal, playful and flexible sessions which encourage attendees to think about different approaches to non-fiction storytelling.
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