Poster for Tomorrow

Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” 4tomorrow is an independent non-profit organization based in Paris whose goal is to encourage people both inside and outside of the design community to make posters to stimulate debate on issues facing us all. Recently Poster for Tomorrow has organized a series of free design workshops in design schools in Africa that develop skills and help make voices heard. Check out the video created during the ESAV Marrakech workshop below.

Posters for Tomorrow has also created an app (download here) which not only helps showcase the work of student around the world, but proceeds from the app go to support their programming. You can learn much more about what Poster for Tomorrow is up to in Africa HERE!
Upcoming workshops:
Nairobi, Kenya
Buruburu Fine Arts Institute, 13-19 June
led by Antoine Abi Aad

Gabarone, Botswana
Maru-a-Pula School | 16-20 May
led by Joel Holland

Durban, South Africa
Durban University of Technology, 9-13 May
led by Leandro Castelao

Stellenbosch, South Africa
Academy of Design and Photography, 16-20 May
led by Ruth Klotzel

Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Institute of Vigital Arts, 16-20 May
led by Götz Gramlich

Den Den, Tunisia
École Supérior des Sciences et Technologies du Design, 9-13 May
led by Florence Robert

Cities where there are schools that would like to host Poster for Tomorrow workshops, but lack funds to do it. (Although the button is subtle on the website, check the right column for the DONATE button):
Bamako, Mali
Ouagadoudou, Burkina Faso
Jaunde, Cameroon
Addis Abeba, Ethiopia
Windhoek, Namibia
Johannesburg, South Africa
Kinshasa, Congo
Luanda, Angola
Lusaka, Zambia

{A huge thank you to Tyler of Nomad Ink for sending over this link!}

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