South African Cultural Observatory

Young African Creative Conference

24 JUN 2017 - 24 JUN 2017
Category: National Conference
Region: Gauteng
Town: Johannesburg
Cover Charge: R250
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Booking Details: Book via Webtickets

Creative Nestlings presents Young African Creatives Conference (YACC), our first ever conference for and by young Africans in partnership with J&B Hive - a catalyst for creative entrepreneurs in Johannesburg.

YACC conference is focused on the state of the youth on the continent - sharing ideas, showcasing work and the active citizens pushing the continent forward in Africa. Creatives from across the continent and diaspora will participate in debates, talks and workshops over a day ending with a networking session over coffee, cocktails and live music.


Members Free & Tickets 250 for non members



Venue Name: J&B Hive
Street Address: 100 Juta Street, Braamfontein

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