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South Africa Social Employment Fund (SEF) Arts & Cultural Mapping in Cape Town - Interfer

South Africa Social Employment Fund (SEF) Arts & Cultural Mapping in Cape Town

Project - Current

South Africa Social Employment Fund (SEF) Arts & Cultural Mapping in Cape Town

In collaboration with the Craft & Design Institute, Interfer has designed the research approach and the research tool utilizing the mobile app, Kobotoolbox, to support local Community-based Organizations, NPOs and person to map local artists and creatives, specifically from under-resourced communities in the greater Cape Town. Funded by the Social Employment Fund, we are leading the research and the design of this database to more relative, engaging and accessible for greater impact.

Video Link : https://youtu.be/brgWT1gI83A

Funded by: South African Social Employment Fund via the Craft & Design Institute

Project  Status : 2022 – Current

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