Today Erica Elk from Cape Town presented MyMachine South Africa at the UNESCO Creative Cities Conference in Torino, Italy.
The UNESCO Creative Cities Network is launched in 2004 to promote cooperation among cities which recognized creativity as a major factor in their urban development. As of 2017, there are 180 cities from 72 countries in the network.
Jeremy Maarman, founder of The Initiative For Community Advancement and MyMachine South Africa coordinator, Erica Elk and Robin Jutzin from the Cape Town authorities responsible for Design, have been proud to share the story at this global event.
Thank you to Erica for presenting the work of MyMachine South Africa as an important initiative for Cape Town and South Africa.