Reminder: REVOLUTION ROOM: Public Colloquium, Day 2, Sunday, 24 November, 10:00am, MOAD

REVOLUTION ROOM Public Colloquium, 10:00am, Sunday, 24th November 2013 Museum of African Design (MOAD), Maboneng Precinct – 281 Commissioner Str, JHB   Join us for the second leg of the Revolution Room Colloquium as we launch the first stage of the project, undertaken in collaboration with the DRC-based collective, Picha, together with a wide network of local and international partners, and supported by Pro Helvetia, the Goethe-Institut and the Arts Collaboratory.   The Colloquium aims […]

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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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Wed 19 Sept: Play>Urban discussion with Raimi Gbadamosi

  PLAY>URBAN / VANSA>LAUNCH This week our fourth staging of Play>Urban will host a round-table discussion with Raimi Gbadamosi on practice-based research, directing questions to participants/players in the Play>Urban project. The event will also coincide with the official launch of the new VANSA space at King Kong. Starts at 18h30. 1st floor, King Kong, 6 […]

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VANSA launches ART Map South Africa

  This has been a project that we have been gestating over the last eighteen months.  Developed in collaboration with the Mondriaan Foundation and partly modelled on the Dutch Art Map, the on-line map provides a point of access to the institutions, organisations, businesses and people that shape the contemporary visual arts in South Africa, aimed at both […]

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New Venue for the Parking Gallery as of Wed 29 Aug

  As of this Wednesday, the Parking Gallery and the VANSA offices will move to: 1st floor King Kong Building Verwey Street New Doornfontein Please note that our telephone contact details will change too. Contact Euridice at: +27 (0) 11 402 2085/6 Or email info@parking-gallery.net as per usual. Wednesday’s session will be the start of our programme run […]

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Wed 11 July at the Parking Gallery: Biennial Necessities – after the Bible and WB Yeats

  Wed 11 July, 2012 Starting at 18.30, Parking Gallery  Biennial Necessities – after the Bible and WB Yeats : A discussion about the future of the Johannesburg Biennial   On the 11th of July, the Parking Gallery with guest curator Clare Butcher, will host a discussion with guests from arts practice and administration whereby […]

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