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Arts, culture & sport in 2014

Dates Title Details Venue Contact
02 Aug - 23 Aug 4 Women, 4 Journeys in Clay To coincide with Women's Day in August, UCT Irma Stern Museum is presenting an exhibition of work by four established women potters: Sarah Walters, Lynette Morris-Hale, Catherine Brennon and Lisa Ringwood.
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UCT Irma Stern Museum Lucinda Cullum
021 685 5686
02 Aug Slowly by Howard Barker As invading barbarians approach the palace of a decaying culture, four princesses debate their fate. Book at Artscape Dial-a-Seat 021 421 7695 or Computicket. Artscape Arena, 19h00
06 Aug She Been Reigning "The Women In Athi-Patra Ruga's Art". This is a retrospective reading on the characters that have shaped Athi-Patra Ruga's performance practice over his decade long career. Commerce LT, Commerce Bldg, 37 Orange St, Gardens, 13h00 - 14h00 Unathi Kondile
07 Aug Live Art Festival programme launch Audiovisual presentation of the full programme for GIPCA's 2014 Live Art Festival. The launch will include a presentation of each work, the structure of the programme as well as a forum for questions to the curators, organisers and some of the artists who will be present. More... Hiddingh Hall, 31-37 Orange Street, UCT Sam Saevitzon
021 480 7156
13 Aug The Concept of Distance - Echoes (from Indian Ocean), by Malala Andrialavidrazana Michaelis lunchtime lecture by French artist of Malagasy origin, Malala Andrialavidrazana. Commerce Lecture Theatre, Hiddingh Campus, 37 Orange St, Gardens, 13h00-14h00 Unathi Kondile
20 Aug Dak'Art 2014 Michaelis School of Fine Art lunchtime lecture by first year Masters students, on their Dak'Art 2014 visit. More ... Commerce Lecture Theatre Hiddingh Campus, 37 Orange St, Gardens, Cape Town, 13h00-14h00 Unathi Kondile
26 Aug Culture and Human Rights: Culture as facilitator, culture as inhibitor of human rights? Seminar and public debate presented by African Arts Institute (AFAI), in partnership with Michaelis School of Fine Arts and the Centre for Curating the Archive (CCA). The speakers are Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana, CEO of Cape Town Partnership; breakdancer, artist and activist Emile Jansen and District 6 Museum director Bonita Bennet. The debate will be facilitated by AFAI's Executive Director Mike van Graan. RSVP by 25 August. Theatre in the Old Medical School Building, Hiddingh Campus, 18h00-19h00 sophia@afai.org.za
26 Aug 1994: The Bloody Miracle film screening The locally produced documentary exposing the extraordinary position faced by South Africa in the lead-up to its first democratic elections. More... Lecture Theatre 3, PD Hahn Building, 17h00-19h30
27 Aug - 06 Sep Live Art Festival The Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA) is proud to present the 2nd Live Art Festival which will feature 35 works of innovation by artists that demonstrate an edge in performance art practice. More... UCT Hiddingh Campus and Cape Town City Hall fin-gipca@uct.ac.za
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27 Aug Seminar: Culture, Development and Human Rights The African Arts Institute presents a day-long seminar on the theme of Culture, Development and Human Rights. The topic will be investigated by looking at the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Bill of Rights in the South African Constitution and the South African White Paper on Arts, Culture and Heritage of 1996. RSVP by 25 August 2014. Artscape Resource Centre, D F Malan Street, Foreshore, 9h00 -16h30 sophia@afai.org.za

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