ArtWork That Works – A virtual school program

Duration: 3 days- 45 minutes a day

Location: South Africa










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We prepare learners to be high impact global citizens as they are guided using inclusivity and diversity in our fun virtual experiences.

  • An exciting artistic STEM activity for learners.
  • A high impact solution for middle and high school teachers to keep learners enticed about UBUNTU and diversity in an inclusive world.
  • A learning experience from home, at school even with friends.
  • Part of the proceeds go towards the subject/s of the experience.

All virtual experiences are Android compatible.

All virtual experiences are ios and Apple compatible.

Make sure all your devices are charged or plugged in.

Chat services are available during virtual experiences.

Contact us for more ways you can use this experience for your custom needs.

The Artworks that Work Virtual School Program

The Artworks that Work Virtual School Program comes about as an answer to the age old problem of dwindling inter-cultural lessons amongst young students across the world. Another reason we created this experience is because of the need for young students to feel a part of a global citizenry through UBUNTU, inclusivity and diversity classes. Our 360 virtual reality format has proved to be a highly impactful medium for young people in terms of engaging them in learning through African cultural practices.

Our main aim will be to enlighten learners by virtually travelling certain places in Africa through UBUNTU – An ancient African philosophy and principle which bases its premise that one human exists, because of all humans. UBUNTU is our guiding light when it comes to teaching young people about the arts and cultures of Africa and how they relate to science, mathematics and technology of the world.

Our format will include 360 virtual reality stories of ‘can’t get to artists and innovators’ in places which are hard to get to even when on a physical tour. There will be a virtual guide that will lead the learners in a comprehensive and fun way through the program. Engaging 360 virtual video treasure hunts will be used by our facilitator to guide learners virtually through our first of its kind arts and STEM program. When including the Arts in a STEM program it turns the program to a STEAM program. SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY – ENGINEERING – ARTS and MATHEMATICS.

Learners will also get a chance to take part in a virtual exchange with other learners from across Africa about their experiences with STEAM or learning through the arts about STEM.

This experience is excellent for middle schools, high schools and colleges as an alternative for travel intensives that have been postponed for whatever reason.

If you like this ArtWorks That Work STEM Virtual School program you may also like The Blue Mansion Virtual Experience HERE

Enquire about our Emancipation Mapping Workshops that we do for groups. The workshops assist participants to be ambassadors of the Township Into Towns program which includes innovation in community creativity, architecture, tourism and sustainable living for developing communities like townships and rural areas.

An African virtual school program that takes you through STEM artistically. Preparing learners to be high impact global citizens in UBUNTU.


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An Antarctic video documentary by THE FOUNDER Siphiwe Ngwenya of STEAM at work.


Visit homes of innovators and artists through 360 virtual reality as they tell their stories of being and traversed through the challenges of a technological and digital world.


Search rooms in homes of families in neighbourhoods of South Africa for clues and answers to questions that will help guide learners into artistic STEM through UBUNTU.


A conversation that will help learners mingle with other learners from South Africa with similar interests.


Explore an African cultural collaboration story between Malta and Ghana through music and heritage.


Unearthing the history of jazz, its numbers and heritage in the oldest township of South Africa through virtual reality.

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Your tickets are transferrable, so if you can’t use your tickets, feel free to give them to a friend to use.

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It may have been either a 400 or 500 code error or simply a blank screen and you may wonder if your order has gone through.

This could have been caused by many factors:

1. Your session expired and you were taking too long to complete the order.

2. Your internet connection has cut out.

3. An issue with your computer.

4. Your credit card was invalid (there should be a specific error message indicating this).

Next steps:

1.  Check your email and junk folder right away. If the order went through, you will have received a confirmation email with the details of your purchase.

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This experience is the mind of Africa. My students were highly inspired by the sessions.

Jennifer - Austria

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