South African Cultural Observatory

Domain workshop presentations available

BY 31.10.17

THE South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) has just wrapped its nation-wide domain workshop tour and is offering all the presentations given as open source information for those who could not attend the events.

"You can access the full suite of domain workshop presentations frome the South African Cultural Observatory digitial library in a few easy steps," said SACO Research Manager, Unathi Lutshaba.  

"Go onto https://www.southafricanculturalobservatory.co.za/ and click on Library. Under SACO Documents and Research you will find a presentations folder. All the domain workshop presentations are here."

The presentations cover creative and cultural industry trends, an overview of the National Research Agenda and the SACO's research outputs to date. 

Visit the SACO library for more: https://www.southafricanculturalobservatory.co.za/document-library 

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