Tag Archives: Poet

2016 Oct. 12: The dancer’s psyche

Before, during and after the performance at FotoFocus 2016 Performances take their own form. The space, atmosphere and musicality usually influence the entire performance and movement vocabulary. The 8th October performance at the National Underground Railroad Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, … Continue reading

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2015 Nov. 25: My words are the ink in my blood

by Phila Mbanjwa I have found peace through these words from my heart. They are not only inspired by life and love experiences, but form part of what society lives through everyday. I have seen lives ended and dreams shattered. … Continue reading

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2015 July 18: Photographs, writing and poetry remain as powerful reminders

by Lerato Dumse Hearing about someone’s passing forces you to reflect on that person’s life. We remember the role they played and lessons they leave behind. Then we search for reminders that will serve as permanent reminiscing tools. It was … Continue reading

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