Fellowship Presentations: 5 Thoughts

With the cancellation of lectures and classes at the University of Cape Town at this time, please note that the 5 Thoughts event scheduled for Sunday, September 18th, has been postponed until further notice. ICA is pleased to announce 5 THOUGHTS, an … Read more

Great Texts – Imraan Coovadia

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents award-winning novelist, Imraan Coovadia. Coovadia will present Nelson Mandela and the Arts in which he asks: What do politicians learn from the arts? … Read more

Great Texts – Nelson Maldonado-Torres

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents Rutgers University academic, Nelson Maldonado-Torres. Maldonado-Torres will present Ten Theses on Coloniality and Decoloniality in which he explores colonization and decolonization; coloniality … Read more

Great Texts – MAMAZA

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents Eifo Efi – a performance by Ioannis Mandafounis & Fabrice Mazliah of the choreographic collective, MAMAZA. In Eifo Efi, Mandafounis & Mazliah … Read more

ICA announces recipients of the 2016 Fellowship program.

The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) is pleased to introduce its international, national, live art and curatorial fellows for 2016. Awarded to creative thinkers and doers in diverse disciplines, ICA fellowships encourage collaborative dialogue around issues of urbanism, community, historical … Read more

Great Texts – Grace A. Musila

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents Stellenbosch University academic, Grace A. Musila. Musila will present A Death Retold in Truth and Rumour: Kenya, Britain and the Julie Ward … Read more

Great Texts – Jyoti Mistry & Jacki McInnes

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents curators Jyoti Mistry & Jacki McInnes. The curators will reflect on the conceptual undertaking of the exhibition When Tomorrow Comes – showing … Read more

Great Texts – Robert Bernasconi

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents Pennsylvania State University professor, Robert Bernasconi. Bernasconi will present Why Do We Think About Racism As We Do? – a critical examination … Read more

Great Texts – Sindiwe Magona

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents legendary South African author, Sindiwe Magona. Magona will present The Writer and Her Times, in which she asks: Who is the writer … Read more

Music in the City – Madosini

Any Given Sunday, in association with Straight No Chaser Jazz Club and the Institute for Creative Arts, hosts the legendary Madosini in a concert that offers the public an exceptional opportunity to experience musical treasures from ancient pasts. This Music in the City Concert, … Read more

Great Texts – Gayatri Spivak

As part of its Great Texts/Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA), in collaboration with UCT’s Black Academic Caucus (BAC), presents internationally acclaimed academic, poststructuralist theorist and feminist critic, Gayatri Spivak. Of her address, entitled … Read more

Great Texts – Gerald Machona & Pak Ndjamena

As part of its Great Texts / Big Questions lecture series, the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA, formerly GIPCA) presents visual artist, Gerald Machona and Mozambican choreographer, Pak Ndjamena. Machona and Ndjamena will present Influx – a performance-based installation that … Read more