Category Archives: 2012 ReFiguring Women

2019 June 9: Creating and sharing art knowledge in the Eastern Cape.

Text by Aluncedo Cetywayo Images: by Aluncedo Cetywayo and Charmain Carrol Wednesday 29 May afternoon in Johannesburg, from Parktown to Park Station with heavy baggage filled with donations for BNM art centre founded by Charmain Carrol based in Ngqwarha, Mount … 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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2013 May 16: Don’t touch ME!

by Maureen Velile Majola A statement many feminine lesbians have heard. A lot of butch lesbians don’t wanna be touched and we find that they get judged and called all sorts of names because of this. I’ve heard feminine lesbians … Continue reading

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2013 March 20: 25 Pricks

   ‘The thing women have yet to learn is nobody gives you power. You just take it…’ -Rosanne Barr- ———————————————————————————————————————————— 250ml vodka 25 needles Thread No, this is not a shopping list for an alcoholic tailor. Part of setting up … Continue reading

Posted in 2012 ReFiguring Women, Africa, Arts, Crea(c)tive senses, Exposure, Expression, Feminism, Feminist Art, Goethe Institut - Johannesburg, Performance, South African Curators, Women; Voices; Writings; Education; Traditions; Struggles; Cultures | Tagged | 2 Comments