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The architecture of poetry by Esperance and Nomonde Sky

Elevating poetry and doing it for charity

Esperance is officially the gift that keeps gifting. Esperance Luvindao continues to break barriers within the poetic realm, from releasing Namibia’s first official spoken word album to official poetry videos and currently hosting her first show of the year alongside South African sensation, Nomonde Sky. The poet revealed this in an Instagram post captioned my year and we believe her!


This will also be a first for a poetry show to feature a guest artist from across the borders. She says that the aim of this show is to enrich the Namibian Arts scene and elevate poetry in Namibia. Part of the proceeds will be going to charity too. So be sure to catch the spoken word artists at the Namibia Arts Association. Trust their poetic bars to keep you warm.

Don’t miss this show for anything. It will take place on 1 June at the Namibia Arts Association courtyard from 18H30.


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