Exotic Trade – Tabita Rezaire Solo Exhibition

The Internet is exploitative, exclusionary, classist, patriarchal, racist, homophobic, transphobic, fatphobic, coercive and manipulative. We need to decolonise and heal our technologies. Healing is resistance. GOODMAN GALLERY JOHANNESBURG 8 APRIL -17 MAY 2017 Exotic Trade is Tabita Rezaire’s first solo exhibition in which she deploys ‘digital healing activism’ as a…
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The African Digital Art Challenge

Photo Credits: Jack Zalium If you want to win a chance to attend the Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) 2015's award ceremony, in Morocco, in May 2015 then read on.... While the IPA screening process is under way to select the nominees, we are proud to launch the African Digital Art challenge (#AfrinnovChallenge),…
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Maker Faire Africa: Johannesburg

Come celebrate ‘hand-wrought ingenuity for innovation’ from the dynamic perspective of Africa’s most creative inventors, makers, tinkerers and doers. This year, Maker Faire Africa 2014 will bring together over 5,000 attendees, along with featured inventors, world-class makers, self-made entrepreneurs & creative tinkerers from South Africa and across the continent, to manufacture real solutions for…
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Another Africa | Global African Art Exhibitions May 2014

Another Africa’s art exhibition picks this May around the globe from Abidjan, Berlin, Cape Town, Dakar, Kampala, Los Angeles, New York, and more contemporary Africana abounds.  [button style="btn-info btn-lg" align="left" type="link" target="false" title="See their full list" link="http://www.anotherafrica.net/news/exhibition/global-art-exhibitions-may-2014-edition"]
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Event: The Power of Film to Transform Lives and Communities

Pidgin Perfect have teamed up with African film researcher Natalia Palombo, in an exciting collaboration with the British Council's Connect ZA project, and Creative Scotland to deliver the project, The Power of Film to Transform Lives and Communities: A Festival of African Storytelling, Film & Design, as part of World Design Capital 2014 in Cape Town this May. From Johannesburg to Cape Town…
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African Metropolis: Six Stories from Six African Cities

May 2014 will see the launch of African Metropolis at cinemas in Johannesburg and Cape Town. The compilation of six short fiction films, set in six major African cities, tells urban tales about life in African metropolises. Screenings start on 9 May at The Bioscope in Johannesburg and on 30 May at Labia…
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