MyMachine South Africa exhibition in Cape Town

We are extremely proud to invite you to the MyMachine South Africa exhibition on October 31st. The exhibition will showcase the dream machines invented by primary school children in South Africa and elaborated in the framework of MyMachine South Africa.

The exhibition is a part of the Open Design Afrika festival that takes place October 27-31. The Open Design Afrika Festival is underpinned by the beautiful SA philosophy of Ubuntu which simple means “I am because you are”.  The purpose of the festival is to help drive and ignite the systemic change in South Africa and in Afrika. To change mindsets and behaviour, unlock new ideas and ignite aspirations and hope for a better future and to develop a thriving future-ready society of change makers and problem solvers who are equipped with future-skills, creative intelligence, mindset and confidence to know how to add significance and meaning at the center of purpose driven businesses, sustainable environments and thriving communities now and in the future.

Both MyMachine South Africa Coordinator Jeremy Maarman is, and MyMachine Co-Founder Piet Grymonprez, are honoured to be a keynote on day 3 of the festival.

The exhibition is located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. The iconic V&A Waterfront is set in the oldest working harbour in the southern hemisphere.

Coinciding with the exhibition, MyMachine South Africa is also hosting a workshop on October 31st at 10:00am. Children and adults can participate in inventing their own dream machine. All ideas will go online on our Worldmap of Dream Machine Ideas. You can register for the workshops here.

We hope to see you there!