Wednesday 27 Feb, Future Identities and the Function of Language @ the Parking Gallery

This Wednesday @the Parking Gallery, Euridice Kala’s  Afrofuturism program continues with the topic: Future Identities and the Function of Language The speaker for the evening is Zambian-born theatre-maker and lecturer: Mwenya Kabwe   With participation by photographer Cristina De Middel  The evening starts at 6:30 for 7:00 pm. Image credit “IKO IKO” by Cristina De Middel

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‘Discordance’ Michael Meyersfeld at UJ ARTS CENTRE

The UJ Art Gallery will host an exhibition entitled Discordance by photographer Michael Meyersfeld from Wednesday, 6 to Wednesday, 27 February. The first segment, ‘Urban disquiet’, comprises a series of urban images addressing the landscape of today. Sometimes playground, sometimes battleground, there is a constant blurring between what is real, and what is perceived. ‘Bent’ […]

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Georgina Gratrix at NiROX PROJECTS at Arts on Main

From 28 January – 23 February NIROXprojects will be hosting Cape Town based artist Georgina Gratrix at Arts on Main, Johannesburg where she will be using the project space as her private studio. The work that she will be creating in this space will then be exhibited at the end of this period in an […]

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Wed 20 Feb, African Aesthetics of Progress: Interactions with Technology @ the Parking Gallery

This Wednesday @the Parking Gallery the Afrofuturism program continues and we will be screening a short film:  “Phyllis” by British-Nigerian film-maker  Zina Saro- Wiwa. Zina Saro-Wiwa will provide some background information about the piece. This will be accompanied by a performance  “For a monetary/value” The evening starts at 6:30 for 7:00 pm. Phyllis is a moving and atmospheric […]

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Jozi Film Festival: Orania 2nd Screening with Q & A

16.02.2013, 17H00 The Bioscope, 286 Fox Street, Maboneng Precinct Admission: R20 Orania is situated in South Africa’s barren Northern Cape province. All of the 800 inhabitants are white Afrikaans people, also referred to as Boers. They live here on private property which was bought in 1991. People of other cultural or ethnical descent may not […]

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Fourthwall Books Shop launch

    It has been a busy start to the year and it is with some trepidation, and much excitement, that we announce the launch of our new retail venture, Edition, a space that we hope will become synonymous with all things book related and much, much more. Please join us for our opening event, […]

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Bag Factory: Visiting Artist Workshop with Iara Freiberg

  INTERVENTIONS AND ART IN THE PUBLIC SPACE Join current visiting artist Iara Freiberg as she intervenes the city. During the workshop, the artist and the participants will reflect on and debate the use of private and public spaces through contemporary art interventions, developing notions of uses and relations to the spaces we inhabit. The […]

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