Category Archives: Open conversations

2016 Oct. 20: Time wasted is never regained

  “Sheshisa isikhathi siya hamba” those words were spoken by our parents when we were preparing to go to school. Those words never mattered to us when we were young because we didn’t know what was at stake. We took … Continue reading

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2015 May 28: The last London supper

  by Dalisu Ngobese So the night we came to London for had come, with hugs, smiles and kisses on both cheeks the room was filled with anticipation and nerves started to show on Zanele’s laughter. A slight uneasiness that I’ve … Continue reading

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2015 April 30: “States of Visual Activism”

Photo album by Terra Dick Where: Brooklyn Museum Camera used:  Canon 6D New York (30.04.2015)   Alicia Boone,  Manager of Adult Programs at Brooklyn Museum: Education Dept., introducing speakers and moderator…  L-R: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Muholi and Staceyann Chin      … Continue reading

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