Afrofuturism @ the Parking Gallery: A month-long program curated by Euridice Kala

“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science”  – Albert Einstein  “Afrofuturism is an emergent term currently being explored and redefined from within and outside of the continent. This program seeks to engage with the phenomenon by imagining the future via various combinations and […]

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An Experiment to Test the Destiny of the World

  Sober & Lonely Institute for Contemporary Art at Ithuba Arts Gallery 100 Juta Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg 7 – 24 February ?2013 Thursday – Sunday, 10am – 6pm SLICA and Ithuba Arts Gallery invite you to join us at the opening on Thursday the 7th of February from 6 – 8pm Key words: Experiment  Destiny  Fitness  World  […]

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Wed 5th Dec: Final Parking Gallery Session of the Year Launches 2010 Reasons to Live in a Small Town

Wed 5th December: Book Launch of 2010 Reasons to Live in a Small Town, with guest speaker Bettina Malcolmess Time: 6h30pm Date: 5 December 2012 Venue: King Kong Building, 1st floor, 6 Verwey Street, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg. The 2010 Reasons project spanned 11 small towns across South Africa, resulted in 15 permanent public artworks, 26 […]

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Wed 21 Nov: VANSA presentation at the Parking Gallery

VANSA has had a busy year, from Shanghai to Lagos to Dakar and Polokwane we have looked at copyright, cultural consumption in cities, the creative economy and produced a book, another website and found a new home. But are we going in the right direction?  This Wednesday, you’ll have the opportunity to hear us talk […]

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CAFÉ EXCHANGE at the Substation till 12 May

                      IF YOU WANT COFFEE, YOU CAN HAVE COFFEE, BUT YOU HAVE TO BRING “SOMETHING” IN EXCHANGE: This “something” can take the form of a story/book/photograph/newspaper cut-out/new flavor of coffee/ shoes/hat/ornament/gadget/poster/dvd/mixtape/… (drawings, artworks, doodles are not accepted)

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