Southern Artist Service

The Southern Artist for Development service uses the affective power of experienced artists / educators from countries of the ‘South’ (Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean), supported by quality resources to:

Celebrate the diversity and complexity of other cultures

Challenge the negative preconceptions about people from nations of the ‘South

Raise understanding about world development issues such as the causes and consequences of global injustice, the importance of alleviating poverty and promoting sustainable development

Encourage a greater commitment to global citizenship in the school community

Artists can be booked to run workshops. To find out more about Rimas Tankile Morris or Maxwell Ayamba please click on their names to be taken to their pages. The cost is £200 for a full day, plus travel expenses. Contact us for more information or to make a booking.

DECSY members receive a 10% discount.

The DECSY publication ‘Timanyane – Making the most of school visits by artists from Africa and around the world‘ provides guidance, activities, curriculum links and a directory of Southern artists.

Download an information leaflet for Maxwell Ayamba