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Sibuyiselo Dywili Siyamthanda Bangani

‘Zabalaza Season of the Best, Masambeni!’ at The Baxter

The Baxter’s Zabalaza Season of the Best, Masambeni! will showcase four winning productions in the Golden Arrow Studio this 7 – 18 September 2021. Selected from the main festival held earlier this year, for their powerful themes, writing, performances, directing and overall presentation, the performances

Indigenous Languages Conference 2019 Department of Arts and Culture South Arica

‘We are what we speak’

In 2016, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages and envisaged that actions taken during this year will generate increased interest in and enhancement of indigenous languages and their speakers. This topic is of

Reatile Moalusi Complexion Pigment Hue Molelo Wa Badimo Absa Gallery vitiligo

Reatile Moalusi: Complexion, Pigment and Hue

Reatile Moalusi’s latest solo exhibition Molelo Wa Badimo, which is on at the Absa Gallery until 14 June 2019, is centred around an appreciation and celebration of individuality. ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ isn’t just a saying – more and more, it

Igshaan Adams

A Subtle Benediction: Igshaan Adams’ ‘Al Latîf’

Gallery spaces are strange vestibules. Sites that mark both a violent history of displacement and beauteous escape. Monuments to the multifarious contradictions that comprise humanity.      blank projects, with its position in Woodstock in Cape Town – a historically working class suburb and now

Black Chronicles IV

Black Chronicles IV is an Autograph ABP touring exhibition curated by Renée Mussai, presented by the Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre (VIAD) at the University of Johannesburg (UJ). The exhibition will open at UJ’s FADA Gallery on 13 April and will run

Usha Seejarim

Reasons for Descending the Staircase

In her latest solo exhibition artist Usha Seejarim explores time and chance by manipulating ordinary objects found around the home. With the recent incidents of violence against women increasing countrywide, Usha’s work is timeous and on point. The exhibition, Reasons for Descending the Staircase, creates

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