What an amazing time we had at our lated worked delivered at the Brighton Dome, and Brighton Museaum and Art Gallery. Pavillion Gardens, Brighton. #RefugeeWeek2018 #BrightonSanctuaryOnSea

Ndebele Inspired doll making, fascillitated by Phati Mnguni.

Please see feedback comments following participation at the workshop. Our pleage is that our workshops ared not only enjoyed, inclusive and loved by our little ones but parents, including dads, and public interest is seen in our photos of participants as well as feedback from participants.


“Dear Phati, thank you for your work, smile, poem & kindness. You’re inspiring a light that quietly glows in all of us.  Q .S .F x


“Amazing doll making, friendly tutor. We had great time and took our dolls home as a precious memory. ” Elly Kansia . 24/06/18


“Really enjoyable workshop with a variety of cultural materials to really get inspired and creative, all in a lovely setting surrounded by people choosing love to mark refugee week” Wafa


” I have never experienced something like this. I really enjoyed making dolls inspired by another culture. I think everyone should have an experience like this. Congratulations, you really caught  my interest.” Autia


“Thank you for a fun time. It was my first time l made ( South African doll). I loved the colours and the staff  dresses was inspiring! Thank you !!


“Great workshop today, and amazing conversations with Phati ! Love the doll making & lovely cultural exchange around the table ! Vasil


“I really liked the workshop,  it helps expand your imagination and creativity” ( Eva 10 years old )


“I love the experience it’s always so amazing making the dolls.”  ( Sirab 11 years old )


“I loved immensing myself in the moment, creating something small and interesting from your world….. I am taking my Ndebele doll home with me to continue.” Linda


” So inspired by the poem and the art !” Drishya