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Zeitz MOCAA exhibition Past Disquiet
Zeitz MOCAA announces a new season of exhibitions, a symposium and publication this August

Zeitz MOCAA announces a new season of exhibitions, a symposium and publication this August

Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) recently announced the opening of two new exhibitions titled Past Disquiet and Seismography of Struggle: Towards a Global History of Critical and Cultural Journals. Accompanying the opening is a symposium titled The Poetics and Politics of Archival Practice and a book

Imbali artbooks Western Cape workshops
‘It stimulates the brain on a different level’ | On the necessity of arts education in SA schools

‘It stimulates the brain on a different level’ | On the necessity of arts education in SA schools

Following their hugely successful Artbook Workshops in the Eastern Cape last year, the Imbali Visual Literacy Project kicks off 2022 by bringing workshops to the Western Cape. On 19 February, the organisation hosted an inspiring Imbali Artbook workshop for teachers in the Eden District of

Johnny Clegg Scatterling of Africa book
Johnny Clegg in his own voice

Johnny Clegg in his own voice

My Early Years, Scatterling of Africa, tells the story of Johnny Clegg’s formative years, how his passage to fame started, as he himself wrote it and as he wanted it to be told. It is his innermost discovery of Zulu culture, sharing his insights and his

George Sand
For art’s sake

For art’s sake

Ashraf Johaardien nurtures multiple passions, and has been associated with several major South African arts and culture organisations over the last two decades. He is currently the CEO of Business and Arts South Africa NPC (BASA) and a PhD candidate at the University of Pretoria.

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