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Thursday, 21 September 2017
Programme announced for 3rd Space Symposium: Decolonising Art Institutions

The programme is now available. The two-and-a-half-day event will include keynote speakers Hlonipha Mokoena and Desiree Lewis, respondents Zimitri Erasmus and Lwazi Lushaba, speakers Jyoti Mistry, Zen Mari and David Andrew from Johannesburg and Adam Haupt, Khwezi Mkhize and Mandla Mbothwe (Cape Town). The programme also includes performances by artists Nomcebisi Moyikwa, Rehane Abrahams, Memory Biwa (Namibia) and Robert Machiri (Zimbabwe).

Publication Date:
Friday, August 18, 2017 - 13:15
Medical Humanities lecture: Theatre, Photography, Empathy & Healing

As part of the 2017 Medical Humanities lecture series, the School of African and Gender Studies, Anthropology and Linguistics, and the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) proudly present photographer Tracey Derrick and mediator and academic Ruth Levin-Vorster as they present: Theatre, Photography, Empathy & Healing – an exploration of narratives of healing and interdisciplinary approaches to wellbeing.

Publication Date:
Friday, August 11, 2017 - 12:30
Homophobia, Queerness and Partriarchy in the township

Space, context and subject connect in the second in a series of conversations designed as public events to explore the importance of Black art, Black artists and Black communities in a democratic South Africa. For the conversation on 19 August the participants are community organiser and social justice activist, Chumani Maxwele, and sociologist, blogger and advocate for queer consciousness, Lwando Scott.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 - 16:15
3rd Space Symposium: Decolonising Art Institutions

Over a period of two days, academics, performers, curators, musicians, choreographers and playwrights – including key role players such as Hlonipha Mokoena, Elelwani Ramugondo, Jyoti Mistry and David Andrew, and artists such as Nomcebisi Moyikwa and Rehane Abrahams – will explore themes concerning the representation of artistic and creative research in museums, art schools and art institutions. Ideas pertaining to history and heritage, language, hybridity, creative economies and curricula will be explored through presentation, discussion and performance.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 17:30