In 13 years, the Cape Cultural Collective has grown into a powerful movement.
Through arts and culture, we bring people together and promote personal and collective development.
We run regular cultural programmes and concerts; have three choirs with about 100 singers; have published a poetry anthology; run an annual camp for our junior singers and do theatre productions and human rights programmes.
The CCC actively promotes equality and justice through our programmes. We also seek to build a shared citizenship and humanity in a social context with many divides.
Even during lockdown, we are active – arranging online practices, organising food drives for the most vulnerable families of our young singers and participating in virtual cultural programmes.
Arts is vital for holistic progress. It nurtures critical thought, builds self-esteem, has health benefits and boosts cognitive skills. We witness and experience these benefits through our activities.
The CCC has six member Board of Directors and a ten member Steering Committee that is responsible for operations.