As we move further into the 22nd century where the global economic model will be ‘positively’ skewed towards the so-called Knowledge Economy, we will position the festival’s cooperative to be a global Indigenous Music and Dance knowledge base that services the unique needs of clients.

Our MminoWaSetso2020 vision reads: “re-engineer traditional music and dance into a unique brand that inspires practitioners and its workforce to see beyond their secluded past, challenge colonial hegemonies, reinvigorate critical communal collective practices, emerge from the shackles of racially and spatially unequal social environment and see opportunity in all aspects of life.”

The festival is a centre of excellence with an organisational culture that attracts and encourages partnership between artists, the general public, authors, scholars, government and investors with a socially just distribution of resources.


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