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This show introduces the topic of ‘creative economy’ in Africa’s economic and development agenda. It explores the potential of the creative industry to provide new opportunities for developing countries, in particular African countries, to leapfrog into emerging high-growth areas of the world economy. The creative economy is a vital and growing engine of growth and employment in many countries of the world. According to UNESCO, the creative economy is one of the most rapidly growing sectors of the world economy - a highly transformative one in terms of income generation, job creation and expor Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/art-means-business/support

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This show introduces the topic of ‘creative economy’ in Africa’s economic and development agenda. It explores the potential of the creative industry to provide new opportunities for developing countries, in particular African countries, to leapfrog into emerging high-growth areas of the world economy. The creative economy is a vital and growing engine of growth and employment in many countries of the world. According to UNESCO, the creative economy is one of the most rapidly growing sectors of the world economy - a highly transformative one in terms of income generation, job creation and expor Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/art-means-business/support

    Music Festivals

    Music Festivals

    "This show will focus on the business of music festivals. Our guest is Mr Willie Reetsang, a professional musician, art and culture activist, and performing arts educator. He is the organizer of the Kgalagadi Jazz Festival, holding on 22nd March 2019 in Kuruman, Northern Cape. We will explore what it takes to organize big music festivals; the business and economics of music festivals; and the socio-political impact of such festivals. Willie holds a Master of Management degree from Wits and a number of qualifications in art and culture. He has organized a number of music festivals.

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    • 50 min
    Architecture & Interior Design_Potlako Gasenelwe Seg 3

    Architecture & Interior Design_Potlako Gasenelwe Seg 3

    Welcome to Art Means Business. This week our conversation is about the built environment, its role in Africa and how it is related to architecture and interior design. Furthermore, we explore how the built environment defines our identities in terms of who we are and how it affects our well-being, in other words our mental health, physical health and spirituality, while we also explore the business opportunities within this environment. Finally, we look at the trends within this environment and how governments are responding in terms of policy towards it. To help us discuss this is our guest Potlako Gesenelwe, who’s an expert in this field.

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    • 16 min
    Architecture & Interior Design_Potlako Gasenelwe Seg 2

    Architecture & Interior Design_Potlako Gasenelwe Seg 2

    Welcome to Art Means Business. This week our conversation is about the built environment, its role in Africa and how it is related to architecture and interior design. Furthermore, we explore how the built environment defines our identities in terms of who we are and how it affects our well-being, in other words our mental health, physical health and spirituality, while we also explore the business opportunities within this environment. Finally, we look at the trends within this environment and how governments are responding in terms of policy towards it. To help us discuss this is our guest Potlako Gesenelwe, who’s an expert in this field.

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    • 19 min
    Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 3

    Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 3

    Welcome to Art means business, the show that talks about everything creative, everything African and everything art.
    This week we are at the tête-à-tête exhibition at the Absa Gallery downtown Johannesburg. Joining us to talk about this exhibition is Thabo Sishoka, Who is the Absa art assistant curator and Candice Allison who is the director of Bag Factory artist studio in Johannesburg.
    We explore what it’s all about, How Absa and the Bag factory came into partnership, what it has amounted to and what they are currently working on.
    We also explore the concept of Art in the African context, as well as understanding the impact government would play if they would fund art more, as well as understanding how education from a young age would change the narrative of art in Africa and understanding all the dynamics of business/entrepreneurship in art.

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    • 20 min
    Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 2

    Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 2

    Welcome to Art means business, the show that talks about everything creative, everything African and everything art.
    This week we are at the tête-à-tête exhibition at the Absa Gallery downtown Johannesburg. Joining us to talk about this exhibition is Thabo Sishoka, Who is the Absa art assistant curator and Candice Allison who is the director of Bag Factory artist studio in Johannesburg.
    We explore what it’s all about, How Absa and the Bag factory came into partnership, what it has amounted to and what they are currently working on.
    We also explore the concept of Art in the African context, as well as understanding the impact government would play if they would fund art more, as well as understanding how education from a young age would change the narrative of art in Africa and understanding all the dynamics of business/entrepreneurship in art.

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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/art-means-business/support

    • 17 min
    Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 1

    Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 1

    Welcome to Art means business, the show that talks about everything creative, everything African and everything art.
    This week we are at the tête-à-tête exhibition at the Absa Gallery downtown Johannesburg. Joining us to talk about this exhibition is Thabo Sishoka, Who is the Absa art assistant curator and Candice Allison who is the director of Bag Factory artist studio in Johannesburg.
    We explore what it’s all about, How Absa and the Bag factory came into partnership, what it has amounted to and what they are currently working on.
    We also explore the concept of Art in the African context, as well as understanding the impact government would play if they would fund art more, as well as understanding how education from a young age would change the narrative of art in Africa and understanding all the dynamics of business/entrepreneurship in art.

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    This episode is sponsored by
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    • 14 min

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