Monthly Archives: October 2013

2013 Oct. 31: CC in conversation with Rene’

In this Episode 1: CC chats with Rene about her work, art and writing…         Previous on Rene   2013 Feb. 7: Art Is Where the HeART is and 2013 Oct. 10: Marang a Letsatsi exhibit review … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 26: Sandton Pride photos

Photos by Akhona Hailele (26.10.203)   About the photographer Akhona Hailele was born on the 6th of November 1989 in Queenstown, Eastern Cape and later moved to King Williams Town. Hailele then moved to Johannesburg in 2011 to further her … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 29: A Response to “Frustrations of a transgender man (2013 October 13)

As Transgender and Intersex (TIA) we have decided to respond to an article that appeared on the Inkanyiso website on the 13th of October 2013 titled “Frustrations of a transgender man”. The reason for the response is because we felt … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 16: Stars Shining Bright

by Zandile Makhubu It’s Wednesday evening and the whole Inkanyiso crew is out and about attending the Out in Africa (OIA) Film Festival at NuMetro Cinema, Hyde Park Mall, Johannesburg. The Out In Africa, South African Film Festival is an … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 27: fo(u)nd

A Public Service Announcement (PSA) to end hate crimes in South Africa. It is an activist/ artist’s direct response to the epidemic of ‘curative rapes’ and murders of black lesbians in SA today. Video archive. Captured with Canon 60D camera … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 26: Last week-end I Frieze(d) in London

When:    17 – 20 October 2013 Where:  Regent’s Park,London, UK   Related links Frieze Talks Sexuality, Politics and Protest It has been 20 years since ACT UP, Gran Fury and queer activism reshaped the power of contemporary art and protest. … Continue reading

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2013 Oct. 25: Black Lesbian French artist paints Mandela

My name is Pauline N’Gouala, I’m 27 and I live in Paris. I am an artist who likes to use art as a mirror. I am a fraternal twin and as a child I thought that everyone had the same … Continue reading

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