The ICA and Africa Centre announce a call for proposals to present at the Infecting the City public arts festival 2019, which will run from 25 – 30 November 2019. The longest running public arts festival in South Africa, Infecting the City (ITC) offers a unique opportunity to bring art, music, dance and performance out of theatres and galleries and into the streets and public spaces of Cape Town.
The ICA's final Great Texts/Big Questions lecture in this 2019 series takes place on Wednesday 20 March with filmmaker Nadine Cloete. The event will feature a 30 minute screening of Nadine Cloete's documentary, Story of a Small Town: Grabouw, after which Nadine will be in conversation with journalist & documentary filmmaker Yazeed Kamaldien.
The third lecture in the ICA's 2019 Great Texts/Big Questions series -- entitled ‘To consent not to be a single being’ -- takes place on Thursday 7 March with artists Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum and Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi. In this public conversation, Sunstrum and Nkosi discuss collaboration as politics, as friendship, as a means of preserving life in the face of forces mobilised against it.
Call for Applications: The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA), invites applications for PhD Study in Live Art, Interdisciplinary Creative Arts or Public Art. Visual artists, theatre makers, choreographers, performers, directors, composers, curators as well as creative and performing arts researchers are all invited to apply. Deadline: 31 March 2019
The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) in collaboration with Pro Helvetia will host a comprehensive interdisciplinary Live Art Workshop, under the direction of Jay Pather, in March and April 2019, creating an informed and enhanced space for the development of new work.
The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) is proud to announce the launch of the ICA's new book, Acts of Transgression: Contemporary Live Art in South Africa, on Saturday 16 February, 5:30 for 6pm, in UCT's Hiddingh Hall.