spring language workshops
The number of participants in the workshop is limited and therefore it is necessary to send an application form with the following information:
- Name and surname
- Year of birth
- Phone number and e-mail address
- Why do you want to learn Swahili? (briefly, up to 100 words)
- How did you find out for Swahili workshop at the MAA?
The Spring Swahili Workshop 2019 will be guided by:
Benjamin Towett Chemarum
Born in Kenya, a country in which 51 million people live, 42 ethnical groups who have their native languages, but Swahili is the language spoken by 15 million Kenyans. After independence, the Kenyan government adopted the Swahili as a national language to unite different ethnical groups.
He is interested in languages from an early age, and during his studies and education, Benjamin's essays written in English and Swahili have often proved to be the best.
As a native speaker and lecturer in Swahili language workshops at the Museum of African Art, Benjamin has been participating since 2019.
Marija Panić, PhD
As a linguist she has always beens interested in Swahili and it is with great enthusiam that she started learning it in 2015 at Swahili Language Workshops at the Museum of African Arts in Belgrade. She is very interested in African arts and literature and in the mutual infleunce of African and European cultures.
As a language teacher Marija has taught French, Italian and English at language courses, at grammar school, at British international school and at the faculty.
She has been teaching Swahili at the MAA from 2018.
Student of the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade
participant of the Swahili language workshops in 2017
Swahili language workshops poster
made by Marija Miljkovic and Ivan Miladinovic,
participant of the Swahili language workshops in 2018
Ngoma ya rangi
na sikiliza mvua.
na tafuta heri.
na penda zaidi.
Amka na tabasamu,
penda na tumaini.
harufu ya mvua,
harufu ya upepo,
harufu ya maisha.