We stroll down to Pilato Bulala's nearby home-studio in Tshivuyuni Village where he is hard at work on his next “Scrapture”, sculptures made from scrap metal, and watch him at work.
At Vutsila Mountain Art School, Thomas Kubayi leads a musical soul-session under the spreading Marula Tree, and we hear the Dembe calabash played with a bow, the Khora harp, the Marimba and drums. The harmonies and melodies of Shangaan and Venda music mix with storytelling and praise singing to create a powerful experience for all involved. The music carries on well after sunset as we find ourselves singing and dancing under the stars. The sundowners are traditional ingredients with a modern twist and are washed down with traditional beer in a calabash pot and keep the spirits high and the music raging for a little while longer.
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