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Licensed Historians

‘Licensed Historians’ is a Keleketla! After School Programme platform for public engagement with work produced with Freedom Community College and Keleketla! Library members. The event takes the form of a screening, a lecture, discussions and performances. Freedom Community College Library committee will be introducing a ‘digital identities’ project within the school, launching with a blog. […]

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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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Independent Funding, Networks, Residencies

of books and residencies

From the beginning of January to February 24, Keleketla! implemented an important ‘art’ residency with Pittsburg-born artist Kevin Clancy. Kevin worked tirelessly at the Keleketla! project space, building a portable unit with the mobility to manoeuvre around the inner-city and schools. The majority of the plans for the residency fell off the table due to […]

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Performance, Print, Residencies, Shop

Pony Pedro hand printed Postcards

Pony Pedro is a Berlin-based art collective that works on interdisciplinary art-projects in urban spaces combining genres like performance, installation and graphic-design. The group develops their projects and uses their own silkscreen facilities for making posters, flyers, fine art prints and stage settings for their performances and installations. For more information on Pony Pedro to […]

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