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Live Art Festival – Programme Launch

GIPCA is proud to present the 2nd Live Art Festival from 27 August to 6 September 2014. The works have been curated according six main themes, serving as points of departure: Framed, Republic, Body and Mortality, Abject Object, Femininities and The Periphery as Threshold. Join us for the Live Art Festival Programme Launch on Thursday 7 August at 17:30 at Hiddingh Hall. Read more

7 Aug ’14
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Workshop – Words We Learned Since 9/11

Los Angeles-based artist and writer, Clayton Campbell, will be conducting a workshop as part of his on-going participatory photographic project, Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 at the Michaelis Galleries (Upper Gallery). Campbell’s project establishes an international dialogue about cultural difference and how persons view their future. Members of the public who wish to participate in this project, can book via gipca.bookings@gmail.com.
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31 Jul ’14
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Great Texts – Clayton Campbell

Arts writer and artist, Clayton Campbell, will discuss a unique participatory photographic project, Words We Have Learned Since 9/11. Initiated in 2005, Campbell’s project establishes an international dialogue about cultural difference and how persons view their future. Campbell has invited over 1000 people to participate in Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 with each participant answering two questions: “What new words have you learned since 9/11, or what words did you know that have taken on a new meaning for you since 9/11.” Read more

31 Jul ’14
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2nd Live Art Festival

GIPCA is proud to present the 2nd Live Art Festival from 27 August to 6 September 2014. Selected in 2012 by the Sunday Independent as one of its five top art events in the country, the Festival grows this year to feature thirty-five works of innovation by artists that demonstrate an edge in performance art practice. Many works are either International or South African premieres. Live Art brings together a range of artists from the fields of visual arts, dance, theatre, music, architecture and literature. Read more

27 Aug ’14