Category Archives: Poster

2014 Oct. 13: See you @ Upcoming Mbokodo Awards 2014

      2013 winners in the different categories are as follows: 1. Women in Indigenous Art: Peki Emmelinah “Nothembi” Mkhwebane 2. Promotion of Language and Story Telling: Nthabiseng Sibanda 3. Creative Writing: Devarakshanam Betty Govinden 4. Poetry: Myesha Jenkins … Continue reading

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2014 July 26: The luxury was on another level at the 2014 Design Indaba

  Five months later… by Yaya Mavundla How often does a black transwoman from the rural areas get to meet Victoria Beckham in person; have breakfast in the same restaurant with Carlos Santana, fly around Cape Town in a helicopter? … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 29: Photos from exhibition opening at Wits Art Museum (WAM)

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Portfolio #1/2014 A photo album by Nqobile Zungu A BIG THANK YOU! Wednesday the 29th of January 2014 history was made at Wits Arts Museum (WAM) when the  queer & trans Art-iculations collaborative art for social change exhibition opened. What … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.15: Queer and Trans Art-iculations: Collaborative Art for Social Change

PRESS RELEASE WITS ART MUSEUM Zanele Muholi and Gabrielle Le Roux Opening: Wed 29 January 18h00 for 18h30. Exhibition dates: January 30 – March 30, 2014 Wits Art Museum, in partnership with Wits Centre for Diversity Studies and Inkanyiso, is … Continue reading

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2014 Jan. 5: High Fashion at Muntuza’s funeral in KwaThema

by Yaya Mavundla Over the years people’s lifestyle and believes have changed completely. The Western culture has taken over with so many fashion boutiques we have been introduced to.  Freedom of expression through clothing and so many accessible designers has … 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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