Category Archives: Art Edutainment

2018 Oct. 25: Somnyama Ngonyama

To name ourselves rather than be named, we must first see ourselves – Lorraine O’grady When thinking portraiture, Somnyama Ngonyama is a persistent point of reference. When questioning notions of self-identification, I refer back to this haunting work as though … Continue reading

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2016 April 27: Re/Uniting with Faces and Phases participants on Freedom Day

by Fiona-Donna Young I have known about Faces and Phases since I was 16 years old and started reading Inkanyiso when I was 17 years old after countless google search attempts trying to see how best I would stay in … Continue reading

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2016 Feb. 18: Muholi talks self-representation at Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Text and photos by Lerato Dumse So here I was, looking at the beautiful night view of New York City from thousands of feet in the air. While the plane made a descent into LaGuardia airport, my excitement ascended as … Continue reading

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2016 Jan. 31: Muholi’s upcoming mo(ve)ments

Feb. 2016: Announcements on upcoming exhibition, artist talk/lectures in the US Source:  Posters provided by hosts and partners       Previous lectures:   2015 Dec. 8:  Cultural exchange from Johannesburg to Sardinia   and   2015 Oct. 14:  Brief … Continue reading

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2015 June 19: Travelling to another country is not the same as travelling to another province

by Collen Mfazwe It is everyone’s dream to travel internationally and not everyone gets that chance. I happen to be a lucky fish in the sea, by getting the opportunity to travel abroad. Nothing beats hard work and pushing yourself, … Continue reading

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2015 April 13: Inscribing the cloth

 Text by Lerato Dumse Photos by Renee Mussai Friends, allies, LGBT community members, artists, and activists filled up the London home of Renee Mussai for a Monday (13 April) evening get together, and to inscribe lesbian hate crime related text. Despite … Continue reading

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2015 June 15: Being given the opportunity to study photography

My name is Mamello Motaung, I started my career in photography at the Market Photo Workshop (MPW), on the 4th of March 2015. Zanele Muholi introduced me to MPW.  The first week of my schooling was hectic. I didn’t know … Continue reading

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