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2019 21 Feb 17:30 19:30

Bertha Centre Collective #1: What is Inclusion

Join us on 21 February as the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship invites learners, school staff, parents and the Western Cape Education Department, to engage in honest reflection and productive discussion on the inclusivity of the learning environments in our schools at The Grove Primary School.
As the Bertha Centre we are dedicated to surfacing innovations and engaging in discussions that generate inclusive opportunities and advance social justice through equal access to quality education. For this reason, we convened the Schools Inclusive Governance...

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The Grove Primary School Hall, Grove Avenue, Claremont, Cape Town

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 26 Feb 18:00 19:30

Great Texts/Big Questions: Nelson Maldonado-Torres

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) launches its 2019 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series in February, with a line-up that features acclaimed and award-winning writers, artists, academics and filmmakers.
Past Great Texts lectures have dealt with an array of texts and themes, including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the impact, legacy and contemporary meaning of the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. The theme underpinning the upcoming series is drawn in part from Kodwo Eshun’s essay, ‘Further Considerations on Afrofuturism,’ in which he writes that ‘it is...

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UCT’s Hiddingh Campus, 31 – 37 Orange Street

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021 650 7156
ica@uct.ac.za

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 28 Feb 18:00 19:30

Great Texts/Big Questions: Masande Ntshanga, Mohale Mashigo and Lauren Beukes

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) launches its 2019 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series in February, with a line-up that features acclaimed and award-winning writers, artists, academics and filmmakers.
Past Great Texts lectures have dealt with an array of texts and themes, including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the impact, legacy and contemporary meaning of the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. The theme underpinning the upcoming series is drawn in part from Kodwo Eshun’s essay, ‘Further Considerations on Afrofuturism,’ in which he writes that ‘it is...

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UCT’s Hiddingh Campus, 31 – 37 Orange Street

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021 650 7156
ica@uct.ac.za

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 07 Mar 18:00 19:30

Great Texts/Big Questions: Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) launches its 2019 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series in February, with a line-up that features acclaimed and award-winning writers, artists, academics and filmmakers.
Past Great Texts lectures have dealt with an array of texts and themes, including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the impact, legacy and contemporary meaning of the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. The theme underpinning the upcoming series is drawn in part from Kodwo Eshun’s essay, ‘Further Considerations on Afrofuturism,’ in which he writes that ‘it is...

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UCT’s Hiddingh Campus, 31 – 37 Orange Street

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021 650 7156
ica@uct.ac.za

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 09 Mar 09:00 30 Mar 17:00

Melancholia in the Pathology Museum

The UCT Pathology Learning Centre (in collaboration with Is Art Gallery) is pleased to host selected pieces from Natasja de Wet's latest body of work Melancholia (2017). Included are some of De Wet's most personal and emotive mixed-media pieces that explore both the fragility and generative possibilities of the human condition.
Opening 11:00 Saturday, 9 March
Weekdays 9:00 – 17:00
Saturdays 10:00 – 12:30
Walkabout 18:00 Thursday ,14 March

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JS Marais Building , Faculty of Healthy Sciences, Anzio Rd, Observatory

 

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021 650 1821
Jane Yeats

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Exhibitions and launches
2019 14 Mar 18:00 19:30

Great Texts/Big Questions: Dr Ebrahim Harvey

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) launches its 2019 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series in February, with a line-up that features acclaimed and award-winning writers, artists, academics and filmmakers.
Past Great Texts lectures have dealt with an array of texts and themes, including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the impact, legacy and contemporary meaning of the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. The theme underpinning the upcoming series is drawn in part from Kodwo Eshun’s essay, ‘Further Considerations on Afrofuturism,’ in which he writes that ‘it is...

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UCT’s Hiddingh Campus, 31 – 37 Orange Street

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021 650 7156
ica@uct.ac.za

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 20 Mar 18:00 19:30

Great Texts/Big Questions: Nadine Cloete

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) launches its 2019 Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series in February, with a line-up that features acclaimed and award-winning writers, artists, academics and filmmakers.
Past Great Texts lectures have dealt with an array of texts and themes, including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the impact, legacy and contemporary meaning of the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. The theme underpinning the upcoming series is drawn in part from Kodwo Eshun’s essay, ‘Further Considerations on Afrofuturism,’ in which he writes that ‘it is...

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UCT’s Hiddingh Campus, 31 – 37 Orange Street

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021 650 7156
ica@uct.ac.za

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 10 May 07:30 11 May 22:30

Values driven entrepreneurship & societal impact

Entrepreneurs’ dispositional factors; Entrepreneurs’ self-care and boundary setting; Entrepreneurship in culturally diverse settings;
Entrepreneurship in the context of South Africa and Africa; Global trends in the field of entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship & nascent ventures.
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Graduate School of Business

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 17 Jun 09:00 28 Jun 17:00

Summer Institute in Computational Social Science

The second edition of the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and the University of Cape Town will be held at the University of Cape Town from 17 to 28 June 2018.
Read more about the 2019 SICSS.
The purpose of the Summer Institute in Cape Town is to bring together graduate students (strongly quantitative), postdoctoral researchers, and faculty interested in computational social...

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