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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