Education, History, oral sensitive, Performance, publishing, the streets, You

The Free School for Art and other Necessary Fings: MAROPENG with Masello Motana and Nape Motana

Keleketla! Library is proud to publish the recording of this transformative chapter of Donna Kukama’s *The Free School for Art and Other Necessary ‘Fings. Recorded at the event on 17 September 2017. This time the Free School for Art and Other Necessary ‘Fings invites you to MAROPENG, a talk on the role of language in […]

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Audio, Dance, Education, History, k!memory, kasi, new writing, oral sensitive, publishing, Social Tools, the streets, You

NOU DIE LAS: A Kwaitopedia of Afrikaans terms and phrases ko kasi*

Nou Die Las is the beginning of a long term project initiated by Keleketla! Library as part of the Aardklop Festival in 2017. It celebrates the depth and the innovative energy the township contributed to the development of Afrikaans. South Africa’s history of oppression has understandably led to an antagonistic attitude towards Afrikaans. This singular […]

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Audio, Education, History, k!memory

Thath’i Cover Okestra Vol. 4

We call it the Thath’i Cover Okestra, an evolving pan-African Okestra that investigates the meaning and importance of Kwaito (South African electronic dance genre) music’s legacy for a new generation. Through this collaborative exploration, what emerges is a new super nostalgic African futuristic spiritual chant non-genre. Reading to what the beautiful people said, on Facebook […]

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Books, Education, History, k!experiments, Performance, publishing

Join Keleketla!

Keleketla! Library seeks an energetic, innovative and self-organised individual to fill the position of: Digital Archive Intern. Image Courtesy of Safe City Map Workshop (2010)   Nature and Duration of Contract – Fixed Term Contract 1 May – 31 November 2014 – 2.5 days per week – Selection Process – Stipend – R4600 pm – […]

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activism, Dance, Education, History, k!action, k!experiments, k!migration, k!questions, k!xenophobia, Untitled

We Are One/Teen Talk DVD

‘if people’s education be treason’ Finally we got to see the cover of ‘We Are One/Teen Talk’ DVD. An outcome of an inter-generational, collaborative, process based and multi-layered art project between Keleketla! Library and Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières The image was designed by K!ASP members led by Wits School of Arts students mentored […]

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activism, Dance, Education, History, k!action, Performance

100 Metre Radius Concert

100 Metre Radius is a networking and professional development project that invites artists and organised groups from Johannesburg and beyond to imagine ways to utilise the Drill Hall, a historic site located in Joubert Park, as a cultural and social infrastructure. Since Keleketla! Library’s programmatic take over from the Joubert Park Project over four years […]

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