Monthly Archives: April 2019

2019 April 21: Muholi to receive Rees Visionary Award

Text by Theo Tyson P P ArtBall 2019 – an annual fundraiser for Amref Health Africa in the USA – will honor South African visual activist Zanele Muholi with the Rees Visionary Award. Named after its late founder, surgeon and artist … Continue reading

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2019 April. 27: Muholi receives visionary award.

Text by Lerato Dumse                                                                          … Continue reading

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2019 April. 12: Free State Arts Symposium The Essential Ingredient 

Review by Thobeka Bhengu  On the 21st of March 2019, Inkanyiso Media team in support of Sir Zanele Muholi attended the 3rd annual Free State Arts Symposium (FSAS) 2019, the queer edition, which looked at the essential ingredient. The symposium brought under one roof various artists, … Continue reading

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2019 April. 11: Makaziwe she exists

by Lindiwe Dhlamini  A blissful evening filled with pride, joy, warm energies and what I could call; an educational spiritual awakening. The opening of Makaziwe exhibition on the 30th of March 2019 saw the community of Tembisa and outside guests … Continue reading

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2019 April. 11: An open lecture with Yithi Laba exhibitors

by Lindiwe Dhlamini Photos by Lerato Dumse It is exactly a month since the opening of the Yithi Laba exhibition at the Market Photo Workshop (MPW) from 28 Feb – 22 April. The showing artists; Neo Ntsoma, Lindeka Qampi, Honorary … Continue reading

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2019 April. 10: Alex Total Shutdown

Text by Maureen Velile Majola Photo Album by Akhona Hailele The residence of Alexandra Township As per Wikipedia Alexandra Township was established in 1912 on land that was originally owned by a farmer, a Mr H.B. Pepenfus, who tried to … Continue reading

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