TK Arts Academy
“Talent Without Limits”
Ms Tebogo Kgobokoe is now in the forefront of revolutionising arts education in South Africa, through educational institutions. She is the founder and principal of the following institutions:
The first of its kind, the Tebogo Kgobokoe Arts Academy offers a dual academic and arts education curriculum (maximum of 10 learners per class) through the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) board, The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) and Imperial Society of Teachers (ISTD).
To become an academy of choice for artistic learners, offering quality arts and academic training in a multi-disciplinary environment.
- Rethinking the education of future scholars and artists to meet the needs of the 21st century, particularly the need for deep historical knowledge of diverse cultures at home and abroad and for effective use and new development of powerful technology for communication and creativity.
- Nurturing the discipline of dance and the creation of new knowledge and artistic expression in response to a rapidly changing world.
- Constructing a new arts and academic centre whose spaces, flexible configuration, and technological resources will initiate, promote, and sustain the core elements of this vision and will set the standard for vibrant cross-disciplinary intellectual communities.
- Expanding opportunities for all of our students to acquire a nuanced understanding of the world as a place of difference and diversity across time and cultures, through increased participation in study abroad and international internships and other educational programs that promote global awareness;
- Leading the nation in production of well-rounded citizenry, whose academic acumen can transcend creative expression to new ways of studying the past, comprehending the present, and imagining the future.
We value love, faith, hope, passion, hard work, learning and holistic development through creative expression.
- To create a niche Study Centre for the arts which offers indigenous dance genre.
- To produce versatile, highly trained dance learners.
- To reach out to communities and other African states through outreach programmes.
- To build relationships with leading international schools of performing arts and production houses.
- To promote the arts as a viable and sustainable career path for further higher education and vocation.