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Homophobia, Queerness and Partriarchy in the township

A DECOLONIAL CONVERSATION IN A SPACE WHERE IT MATTERS

It forms part of the Black Art & Communities at Heart (BACAH) conversation series, conceptualized and hosted by Mandisi Sindo, a recipient of a National Fellowship from the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA). Prior to each event, an invited writer submits commentary to a selected respondent for comment. The commentary is also made publicly available.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.

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Start: 19 August 15h00

Venue: Makukhanye Art Room, Khayelitsha

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

Black Art & Communities At Heart (BACAH)

A DECOLONIAL CONVERSATION IN A SPACE WHERE IT MATTERS

Space, context and subject connect in this series of decolonial conversations titled “State of the Townships”, the first of  which takes place at the Makukhanye Art Room in Khayelitsha on 16 June 2017 from 3pm to 6pm. The series of events, designed as public conversations to explore the importance of Black art, Black artists and Black communities in a democratic South Africa is conceptualized and hosted by Mandisi Sindo, a recipient of a National Fellowship from the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA). 

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Start: 16 June 15h00

Venue: Makukhanye Art Room, Khayelitsha

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

Great Texts / Big Questions lecture with Dr Robert Mshengu Kavanagh

Widely assailed as a giant of South African theatre, Gibson Kente’s legacy is appropriately explored during this Africa month, so called to bring our attention to the vast and neglected legacies of our continent. Titled Text, texture and theatre: getting Gibson Kente right, author, arts educator and arts practitioner Dr Kavanagh explores the monumental work of this ‘father of theatre’ in a Great Texts Big Questions lecture.

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Start: 24 May 18h00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

African Composers in Conversation - Jegede & Ndodana-Breen

As part of Africa Month, Africa Arts and ICA present a free performance and discussion with composers Tunde Jegede (Nigeria) and Bongani Ndodana-Breen (South Africa). Both Jegede and Ndodana-Breen have received international acclaim for works ranging from opera, chamber and symphonic music that are influenced by classical African cultures.

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Start: 23 May 18h00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

Great Texts / Big Questions with Nomfundo Walaza

The final presentation in the first 2017 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series takes place on April 25th with renowned psychologist and conflict mediator Nomfundo Walaza. Walaza’s lecture will look at the psychological impact of the TRC, as well as the psychological implications of the Rhodes Must Fall and Fees Must Fall Movements. In addition, Walaza probes what lessons are to be learnt from the TRC and, how these can influence university/national strategies so that discussions around reconciliation are cognisant of the fact that without redress, reconciliation is impossible. As UCT's IRTC unfolds, how do we deal with the material realities of tuition fees, economic inequalities etc?

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Start: 25 April 18h00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

Great Texts / Big Questions with Pippa Green

As part of its 2017 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, and its current focus on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the ICA proudly presents renowned journalist Pippa GreenGreen will present History for the Future: The Resonance of the TRC Today. 2016 marked the twentieth anniversary of the first Human Rights Violations Hearings of the TRC. It was a year when the country seemed to assess to what extent we had achieved reconciliation in the wake of widespread student protests, increasing reports of corruption, and poor governance. What did the TRC teach us about the past and the future? What did it teach us about accountability? And how relevant are those lessons today? commissioners.

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Start: 19 April 18h00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

Great Texts / Big Questions with Monageng Motshabi

Multiple award winning director and playwright Monageng Motshabi presents a lecture titled When Victim Plays Victim and the Perpetrator Goes for the Kill. The lecture will draw on Motshabi’s emotive staging of The Story I Am About to Tell the iconic play about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.  In it he will explore how perpetrators and victims understand their roles in matters of reconciliation, and what forms their post-colonial identities take. He asks: what happens when actors still see themselves as victims are tasked with playing real-life victims of apartheid’s atrocities?

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Start: 12 April 18h00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

Great Texts / Big Questions with Professor Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela

As part of its 2017 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, and its current focus on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) proudly presents renowned writer and academic, Professor Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela on Tuesday 14 March. Gobodo-Madikizela will present The Cry of Nomonde Calata: What is Missing in the Discourse of Reconciliation?

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Start: 14 March 17h30

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

Great Texts / Big Questions with Professor Andrew Hennlich

Hennlich will present Touched by an Angel: The Camp, History and Messianic Time in Athi-Patra Ruga's “Future White Women of Azania”. This talk reads performance artist Athi-Patra Ruga’s saga the Future White Women of Azania (2006-2016) as a critical response to the myths and ideologies of nationalism. Appropriating Azania as an allegory for South Africa’s national history, the talk draws from Walter Benjamin’s “Critique of Violence” to understand how Ruga’s public interventions, photographs and tapestries in FWWoA reread frameworks of historical memory against the grain of tradition to overcome the restrictive judgments of identity.

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Start: 8 March 17h30

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

ICA launches 2017 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series with Professor Ngugi wa Thiong'o

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) is honoured to launch its annual Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series with a lecture by the internationally renowned writer and postcolonial theorist Professor Ngugi wa Thiong'o on Friday 2 March at 6pm. The lecture, presented in association with the National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS), will take place at the Baxter Concert Hall and will be moderated by Professor Xolela Mangcu

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Start: 2 March 18h00

End: 2 March 20h00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

ICA Live Art Festival - Immersive Experience Pushes Limits of the Imagination

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) launches the highly anticipated international LIVE ART Festival 2017. The third in a series of biennial festivals, LIVE ART 2017 showcases a gathering of some of the most influential artists from across the continent for an explosion of performances set to push the boundaries of audiences and artists alike. With the City of Cape Town as the stage, this dynamic range of public, collaborative and often transgressive performative artworks will disrupt public spaces across the Mother City from 10 to 26 February 2017.

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Start: 10 February

End: 26 February

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 (0)76 1010421

Email: lindsay@invictuscomm.com

ICA Fellowship presentations - Felicia Mings & Chandra Frank with Antje Schupp

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) will be hosting a dynamic, interdisciplinary programme at Hiddingh Campus on Friday, 2nd December. Included in the programme is a presentation by ICA fellow Felicia Mings, a panel discussion hosted by ICA fellow Chandra Frank, and Pink Dollar - a collaborative performance presented by Pro Helvetia artist-in-residence Antje Schupp.

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Start: 02 December, 18:00

End: 02 December, 22:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

ICA Curatorial Fellowship performance - Chandra Frank

Curated by Chandra Frank, and presented in collaboration with the Iziko South African National Gallery, Repatriation Rhythms is a collaborative performance event in which queer intimacy, touch and the exchange of bodies of thought and text are explored in relation to sound, music and movement.

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Start: 01 December, 20:00

End: 01 December, 22:00

Venue: Iziko South African National Gallery

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

ICA Live Art Fellowship Workshop & Presentation - Zanele Muholi

ZANELE MUHOLI - Babhekeni / Look at Them. Directing the visual activism for which Muholi is known into a more immersive and perfomative context, Babhekeni / Look at them will take the form a procession and silent vigil, to be held in the Company’s Garden, Cape Town. Inviting participation from the public, the project encourages forms of personal and collective reflection on the social impact and loss brought about by gender-based violence, hate crimes and the systemic outworking of homophobia and rape culture in South Africa.

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Start: 25 November, 16:00

End: 25 November, 22:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

5 Thoughts - An afternoon programme with ICA fellows

An afternoon programme with ICA fellows: Sihle Hlophe, Genna Gardini, Thalia Laric, Nala Xaba & Alan Parker ICA is pleased to announce 5 THOUGHTS, an afternoon programme of dynamic and interactive fellow presentations. Awarded to creative thinkers and doers in diverse disciplines, ICA fellowships encourage collaborative dialogue around issues of urbanism, community, historical legacy and the postcolonial imaginary. Fellows are encouraged to test boundaries, engage with new publics, and to explore the critical potentialities of live art. 

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Start: 18 September, 16:00

End: 18 September, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

ICA Fellow Presentation - DIAGNOSIS - Writing workshops with Genna Gardini

Genna Gardini’s ICA National Fellowship project looks at using poetry to document personal experiences of Multiple Sclerosis and diagnosis by womxn and LGBTQIAP+ South Africans. Gardini will be giving two writing workshops around the theme of ‘Diagnosis’. Gardini, who has Multiple Sclerosis and is a wheelchair user, is interested in facilitating writing about personal experiences of any kind of diagnosis with a group of participants. Those interested should be prepared and willing to safely engage with this theme.

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Workshop 1: 7 September, 18:00 - 19:30

Workshop 2: 14 September, 18:00 - 19:30

Venue: Hiddingh Seminar Room

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

ICA Fellow Presentation - CONTACT IMPROVISATION MASTERCLASS

2016 ICA Live Art Fellow, Thalia Laric, is one of the leading teachers and facilitators of Contact Improvisation in Cape Town. As a professional dancer and dance educator, she has worked with the First Physical Theatre Company and is co-founder of the Underground Dance Theatre. Her performance research is focused on real-time composition and improvisational dance practice.  Laric recently returned from a Dance Improvisation and Performance Intensive at EarthDance Massachusetts. 

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Start: 8 September, 19:00

End: 8 September, 21:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Imraan Coovadia

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the ICA presents award-winning novelist, Imraan Coovadia. Coovadia will present ‘Nelson Mandela and the Arts’ in which he asks: What do politicians learn from the arts? What do they see reflected in the novel? Why was Nelson Mandela interested in the novel and how did he show himself in his choice of stage roles? What is the nature of Mandela’s famous high-mindedness and grace and how do we understand his identification with Tolstoy’s character Kutuzov from War and Peace?

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Start: 23 August, 17:00

End: 23 August, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Nelson Maldonado-Torres

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the ICA presents Rutgers University academic, Nelson Maldonado-Torres. Maldonado-Torres will present Ten Theses on Coloniality and Decoloniality in which he explores colonization and decolonization; coloniality and decoloniality – key terms in movements that challenge the predominant racial, sexist, homo and trans-phobic liberal and neoliberal politics of today. These ten theses aim to provide a basic conceptual infrastructure for addressing coloniality and decoloniality beyond historicist reductionisms.

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Start: 22 August, 17:00

End: 22 August, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - MAMAZA

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the ICA presents ‘Eifo Efi’ – a performance by Ioannis Mandafounis & Fabrice Mazliah of the choreographic collective, MAMAZA. In ‘Eifo Efi’, Mandafounis & Mazliah offer their understanding of two persons, as the “more than” of what two people can be. The performers fill the space with versions and echoes of themselves. While only two bodies appear, reflective elements and diverting strategies enhance the visual to stimulate the sensory, making the “just two” reveal the presence of others.

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Start: 20 August, 17:30

End: 20 August, 20:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Seminar - Knowledge Futures

The Institute for Creative Arts, the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research, and the University of California Humanities Research Institute present a public seminar entitled, Knowledge Futures and the Twenty First Century University. The Seminar will focus on the contemporary challenges to the university from two interrelated sets of forces: from technological innovations, political contestations, epistemological challenges and new knowledge assemblages; and from the increasing incapacity of traditional knowledge institutions to respond effectively to new learning environments and publics.

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Start: 18 August, 09:45

End: 18 August, 17:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Grace A. Musila

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the ICA presents Stellenbosch University academic, Grace A. Musila. Musila will present ‘A Death Retold in Truth and Rumour: Kenya, Britain and the Julie Ward Murder’. Based on Musila’s book of the same title, this lecture explores readings of and inscriptions on Julie Ward’s life and death as important windows into British and Kenyan imaginaries on a wide range of issues – including race relations in postcolonial Africa; perceptions of female sexual moralities; the workings of state power and transnational capital, among other issues.

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Start: 16 August, 17:00

End: 16 August, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Jyoti Mistry & Jacki McInnes

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents curators Jyoti Mistry & Jacki McInnes. The curators will reflect on the conceptual undertaking of the exhibition ‘When Tomorrow Comes’ that provides interpretations of the apocalypse, the end of times and its visual expressions. While the exhibition includes some international artists, it focuses particularly on what an ‘Armageddon’ might mean in a South African context.

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Start: 11 August, 17:00

End: 11 August, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Robert Bernasconi

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the ICA presents Pennsylvania State University professor, Robert Bernasconi. Bernasconi will present ‘Why Do We Think About Racism As We Do?’ – a critical examination of the dominant approach to racism since the 1950 UNESCO Statement on Race. By returning to the work of Fanon, Biko, and Sartre, Bernasconi outlines an alternative approach.

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Start: 04 August, 17:00

End: 04 August, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Sindiwe Magona

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the ICA presents legendary South African author, Sindiwe Magona. Magona will present ‘The Writer and Her Times’, in which she asks: Who is the writer and what is she to the nation? What determines the writer’s themes? What is the role of her community, and her role in that community? What is her role in the life of the nation? Sindiwe Magona is a prolific writer, poet, dramatist, storyteller, actress and motivational speaker.

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Start: 02 August, 17:00

End: 02 August, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Madonsini

Any Given Sunday, in association with Straight No Chaser Jazz Club and the Institute for Creative Arts, hosts the legendary Madosini in a concert that offers the public an exceptional opportunity to experience musical treasures from ancient pasts. This Music in the City Concert, ‘Bow Conversations’, takes place on Saturday 23 July at Hiddingh Hall. The “queen of indigenous music”, as she is also known, is a unique access to an indigenous Southern African musical tradition that is all but extinct.

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Start: 23 July, 17:30

End: 23 July, 20:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts - Gayatri Spivak

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA), in collaboration with UCT’s Black Academic Caucus (BAC), presents internationally acclaimed academic, poststructuralist theorist and feminist critic, Gayatri Spivak. A renowned theorist and professor of Comparative Literature at Columbia University where she founded the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society, Spivak first came to prominence with her translation of Derrida’s Of Grammatology (1976) and has since applied deconstructive readings to various theoretical engagements and textual analyses including feminism, Marxism, literary criticism and postcolonialism.

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Start: 22 July, 17:00

End: 22 July, 19:00

Venue: Jameson Hall, UCT Upper Campus

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts – Gerald Machona & Pak Ndjamena

The ICA presents visual artist, Gerald Machona and Mozambican choreographer, Pak Ndjamena.

Machona and Ndjamena will present Influx – a performance-based installation that seeks to transform migratory objects and garments. Crucial to this artwork is an attempt to disrupt the 55 minute hour scheme used by Cape Town garment factories, where an assembly line of seamstresses and seamsters were governed by a clock that marked 55 minutes of production and 5 minutes of recess every hour. Rather than rely on a clock to keep time, the two artists draw rhythm from a sewing machine to stitch together dance and installation.

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Start: 9 June, 17:30

End: 9 June, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall 

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Great Texts – Zanele Muholi

The ICA presents internationally acclaimed photographer and visual activist, Zanele Muholi.

Muholi will present photographs from her latest series Somnyama Ngonyama followed by the Faces and Phases series (2006-2014). Faces and Phases is a visual narrative that celebrates and commemorates the lives of black lesbians and transgender individuals who dare to make their bodies/ selves visible at the height of ongoing violent hate crimes in South Africa.

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Start: 20 May, 17:30

End: 20 May, 19:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall 

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

3rd Space Symposium

The ICA is proud to present the 3rd Space Symposium, Decolonisation and the Creative Arts, to be held from 13-14 May. The 3rd Space Symposium is an interdisciplinary event that will explore ideas around the imperative to decolonise the university, the role of the creative arts in provoking change, and the dialectic between the settled nature of academic curricula and the spontaneity of transformation. As part of its ongoing project to facilitate interdisciplinary research and dialogue in the creative and performing arts that disrupts boundaries, the ICA brings together addresses, panel discussions, public debate, performances, film screenings and art exhibitions to explore the subject.

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Start: 13 May

End: 14 May

Venue: Hiddingh Hall 

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Medical Humanities – Steve Reid & Susan Levine

Professor of Primary Health Care, Steve Reid and Associate Professor of anthropology, Susan Levine present Social Justice and the Medical Humanities: the Health of Marginalized People. This address poses a number of challenges to the medical humanities, such as a lacuna in attention to forms of structural violence that lead to dehumanization and affect health care in rural and urban South Africa.

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Start: 12 May, 17:30

End: 12 May, 19:00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Medical Humanities – Sean Baumann & Finuala Dowling

Madness in Song; Dementia in Poetry’ is the topic of psychiatrist, Sean Baumann and poet, Finuala Dowling’s presentation on Thursday 5 May. Baumann presents and comments on excerpts from his opera, ‘Madness’ – a multi-media work which tracks the descent of a promising young architect into a world of delusion and darkness. Dowling reads and gives context to poems from her collection, ‘Notes from the Dementia Ward’, which tracks her mother’s decline into dementia and her move from home to a frail care ward.

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Start: 5 May, 17:00

End: 5 May, 19:00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Medical Humanities – Lester Davids, Shose Kessi & Berni Searle

Molecular cell biologist Lester Davids, psychology lecturer Shose Kessi, and artist Berni Searle come together to discuss ‘Skin Lightening and the Politics of Beauty’. Human skin, the largest organ of the body, remains both biologically and socially intriguing. Being the “face” of first impressions, it remains the canvas of opinions. The question, therefore, of why people want to change skin colour is not only biologically based, but typically associated with questions of self-image, stigmatisation and yearning for lightness which, in many societies, translates into social acceptance.

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Start: 28 April, 17:00

End: 28 April, 19:00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building 

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Medical Humanities – Sara Matchett, Mdu Kweyama & Philani Sikhakhane

Drama lecturer and theatre-maker Sara Matchett, director and performer, Mdu Kweyama and Masters anthropology student, Philani Sikhakhane present ‘Theatre Arts, Precarity and Youth Health’. Matchett interrogates the relationship between breath and emotion, and breath and image, in an attempt to make theatre and performance that is inspired by a biography of the body. Kweyama considers how bringing dance into theatrical performance helps audiences to experience the messages and themes of a play more viscerally.

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Start: 21 April, 17:00

End: 21 April, 19:00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building 

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Medical Humanities – Carla Tsampiras

Senior Lecturer in UCT’s Primary Health Care Directorate, Carla Tsampiras, addresses ‘Time-Travelling Through an Epidemic: HIV, History and the Here and Now’ in the first lecture of the Medical Humanities series. AIDS is a topic that moves through time and space by being old enough to warrant more histories, young enough to maintain contemporary importance in certain regions and, in other regions, middle-aged enough to be discussed as being beyond its most significant (post-AIDS). This talk reflects on a history of AIDS in South Africa, and considers how having and building a memory of the epidemic can help us understand the here and now.

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Start: 14 April, 17:00

End: 14 April, 19:00

Venue: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School Building 

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

Infecting The City Session 2

The ITC Sessions are a series of events in diverse spaces, keeping the unpredictable, inspiring spirit of Infecting The City alive. Each Session brings a dynamic programme of performance, dance, visual art and music out into the public, offering audiences a chance to stop, engage, be provoked and be moved. The ITC Sessions open up public spaces as sites rich with questions, engaging the city and its people in creative conversation. Session 2 is curated by Leila Anderson and takes place on 12 and 13 April (St Georges Mall).

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Start: 12 April, 11:00

End: 13 April, 13:30

Venue: St Georges Mall

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za

 

ICA Launch

GIPCA was launched in December 2008 with a generous fixed-period grant from the Donald Gordon Foundation. The Institute will now continue its work as a result of a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The new Institute will be launched on 5 April 2016. The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) Launch programme will include guest speakers, announcement of the new programme of events for the next three years, introduction of the MA and PhD Scholars and Fellows, book launch, performances and art installations.

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Start: 5 April, 17:30

End: 5 April, 22:00

Venue: Hiddingh Hall 

Phone: +27 21 650 7156

Email: ica@uct.ac.za