Audio, Books, Print, Residencies, visual art

Fuzzy Slipperz

This is one in a series of posters by Joburg based designer, Fuzzy Slipperz. Slipperz used Keleketla’s multifaceted practice as a point of departure, strecthing his vocabulary to greater heights. We are in love. We will be printing a limited edition portfolio on beautiful paper. You will be informed of the price per poster or […]

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Networks, Residencies, visual art

Iara Freiberg intervention at K!

Brazilian artist Iara Freiberg found some time during her residency at the Bag Factory to create a beautiful intervention at the Keleketla staircase. See more images (courtesy of the artist) on Facebook. About the artist: Iara Freiberg is a Brazilian/Argentinian artist, born in São Paulo (1977), currently based in the same city. Received a degree […]

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academia, Film, Independent Funding, Music, Networks, Performance, Social Tools, the streets, visual art

Vandal Lie Izm, 24 Februray 2011, point blank gallery

On February 24, 2011, Joburg-based street artist, designer and illustrator Natalie Propa hosted Vandal Lie Izm, a super soulful street art exhibition that challenged conventions of the mainstream visual arts practices. The venue was the point blank gallery, the Drill Hall Precinct, Joubert Park. Kyle Ferguson shot and cut this here piece with great detail. […]

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academia, Books, Film, Johannesburg, new writing, Performance, publishing, Research, Residencies, the streets, visual art

Nonwane: passages, tempos and spectacular ways of dying

Nonwane takes as its point of departure a suicide scene from the late Phaswane Mpe’s 2001 novel, Welcome to Our Hillbrow. The book deals with issues of xenophobia, suicide, sex, HIV and love. The suicide scene was initially planned to be re-enacted through the release of tons of coarse and fine salt from the 20th […]

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Independent Funding, Networks, visual art

over 50 contemporary artwork to be auctioned at the…

The Keleketla Resource Centre is a dynamic space for artists, activists and thinkers committed to collaborative participation and critical dialogue through arts and cultural interventions. Keleketla is based at the Drill Hall, Joubert Park and opens daily, between 10am-5pm. The facilities at Keleketla  includes: 1.    A book lending service (free – all ages) 2.    Rehearsal […]

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Independent Funding, Networks, visual art

new donations!!!

So, our fundraising auction has been pushed back to the future. Last week of September it is. The venue? Johannesburg Art Gallery [JAG] with an afterparty at the Drill Hall WE ARE STILL RECEIVING WORK FOR THIS AUCTION!!! thanks to the following artists for their generousity and well wishes… Look out for Stokvel # 2 […]

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Books, Education, Networks, recycle, visual art

creative recycling feedback

A total of nine kids took part in the creative recycling project on Thursday 4 June with Given and Zakhile of L2 Designs. The turnout was poor so we decided to cancel Friday session and plan for another day when we can have more kids to participate. We are planning a Saturday in order to […]

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academia, activism, birth, Education, Johannesburg, Networks, new writing, Print, publishing, Research, Residencies, Social Tools, the streets, visual art, You

TheFanPalProject

TheFanPalConcept The project aims to, over a period of 3 days, gather Johannesburg [Jozi] movements to design and produce covers of their ideal fanzines while exploring the role of grassroots movements in social activism and economic development. Further, the project aims to link participating grassroots, mostly hip-hop inspired movements with keleketla!library project, Joubert Park, Johannesburg […]

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