“A Sketch” is an installation of bricolage video work by Glenn Adendorff and Rob Da Banka closes the night with vinyl loops.
The City Campus explodes with creativity on Friday, November 10 from 10am with a host of prominent speakers in the world of arts, design and digital media.
This year some of the speakers include Llwellyn Makhanya (Photographer), Richard Gevers (Civic Data Activist), Mark Stuart (Developer), Brad Vause (Musician, app developmer), Zwelisha Giampietri (Multi-media designer), Sihle Mthembu (Journalist), Bylwansta (Designer and Rapper) and more.
On Saturday, November 11 the Steve Biko Campus becomes the focus with live performances in the form of poetry and open mic sessions, a cross-platform theatrical piece entitled is a live head-to-head design tournament where participants flex their skills in front of an audience and compete for some great prizes.
, is a public event that looks to celebrate the creative spirit through multimedia projects from disciplines such as visual and performing arts and promotes a collaboration across art, science and technology.
To be eligible for entry, artists should have commercially released their albums from the 01 February 2017 – 31 January 2018.
The Commission is concerned that the detention of the group of litigators is an affront to this provision which clearly states: “No one may be deprived of his freedom except for reasons and conditions previously laid down by law.
In particular, no one may be arbitrarily arrested or detained.” The Commission also wishes to remind the government of Tanzania that the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights – a continental court established by African countries to ensure the protection of human and peoples’ rights in Africa – is seated in Arusha, Tanzania.
“Curated projects will speak to the disruption and subversion of formats, spaces, places and technologies.
It is about questioning and going beyond traditional notions of art in an interdisciplinary, multimedia world, where design and creativity merge and interact with science and technology broadly.” Opening night takes place on 6 November and will highlight a collaborative live audio visual performance coordinated by Johannesburg-based electronic artist, cultural activist and producer, Marcus Neustetter and featuring a selection of local artists.Tanzania as a state therefore has an important role in the observance of the African Charter and human rights within the continent..