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Translations Programme – South African Languages

Following on from our November 2017 poetry event – Poetry in Translation. This event will focused primarily on translations from European languages into Afrikaans and hosted esteemed poets. Such as: Johan Myburg, De Waal Venter, René Bohnen and Corné Coetzee. David Krut Bookstores has continued this vision in May 2018 with Part 2 of this

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Author Feature: Justin Fox | 4 December 2017

Writer / photographer Justin Fox is a Rhodes Scholar with a doctorate in English Literature from Oxford University and is a former research fellow at the University of Cape Town (now a part-time Lecturer). Furthermore, a two-time Mondi Journalism Award winner, Justin Fox has been long-listed for the 2011 Alan Paton Award for non-fiction, the

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Tate Thursdays – Gabriel Orozco

  GABRIEL OROZCO   “There is no such thing as a material without history. It doesn’t exist. Every material has history. And in a way, everything is already a product. Even if you have a piece of stone in front of you somebody cut it out, somebody transported it, there is labour and investment already

By - Rhulani Shabangu

Revolution Room | Finalist for Africa Architecture Awards in Critical Dialogue Category

The Africa Architecture Awards seek to celebrate design excellence and promote an increased awareness of the role and importance of architecture across Africa. Based on values rather than categories, the awards seek to honour established architects and encourage emerging and future voices. From 2013 to 2016, Revolution Room explored participatory art practice in Johannesburg (South Africa), Lubumbashi,

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Word Art at 151 | Session 4 : Young voices

Word art at 151  Session 4 : Young Voices The evening of session 4 of Word art at 151 nestled in a crowd of poetry lovers and a group 5 talented young poets. Session 4 aimed to celebrate the bold voices of the future of literature. The poets dove into hard-hitting topics –  the injustices

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