With the help of Acecubepr Creative Nation Magazine has been presented with opportunities to share our mission and goals on multiple media platforms. We present to you our various interviews and articles .
When lockdown started, it left many people in the creative industry unable to work and earn a living. This inspired 21-year-old Mbuso Bam to launch a digital magazine to give his colleagues a platform to showcase their work.
Creative Nation also teaches youth about the creative process and how they can apply it in their work and play. We speak to Bam about his venture. Courtesy #DStv403 .
Inspiring 21-year-old launches digital magazine during lockdown to help othersMbuso Mbulelo Bam wanted to lend a helping hand to creatives so he started a digital magazine and the first issue has been a great success.
Article by : TYLER LEIGH VIVIER
When asked where he sees Creative Nation in the next 3 years he responded with the following:“The biggest creative platform in Africa. Connecting creatives all over the continent. Becoming the foundation of the new African creative culture scene. A playground for ingenuity and imagination.
we had to opportunity to be on john perlmans show titled #Coronahope. where we had a chat about creative nation and how it came about.
Mbuso Mbulelo Bam, 21 is an Interaction Design (UI/UX) student at Inscape from Pretoria.He started Bam Innovations and is the founder of an online magazine Creative Nation which aims to educate the youth on the creativity process.
He wanted to create a platform for local creatives to exhibit their work and have it appreciated. After spending time studying software engineering, he decided to switch majors and that is where he fell in love with design and could build up his skills and techniques to excel in the industry.