The UCT School of Dance presents Confluences 9 : Deciphering decolonisation in Dance Pedagogy in the 21st century from 11 to 14 July 2017. The Dance sector including academics, artists, dancers and choreographers will descend on Cape Town for this significant event.
Quick and dirty are not usually adjectives you want to associate with your research. But it has proven an apt description for the work of – and deliberate tactic by – postgraduate students from the Centre for Film & Media Studies, who investigated the media’s role in tackling spatial inequality in Cape Town.
Portuguese Languages, in a partnership with the South African College of Music and the School of Dance brought Brazilian artist and researcher Dr Alessandra Ribeiro from Campinas in Brazil, to Cape Town, to celebrate and commemorate Africa Month at UCT.
ERF 81: Two decades of living on the fringe, a project of 'Other Histories Initiative', an exhibition convened by Professor Pippa Skotnes and two Michaelis alumni Lyndall Cain and Barnabas Ticha Muvhuti, has just opened. The exhibition runs from 25 May to 25 June at the AVA (Association for Visual Arts) Gallery, 35 Church Street, Cape Town.