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Intertwining Histories


Intertwining Histories

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April 10, 2016 22:55 , by Nora Landkammer - | 5 people following this article.

How is the rest called in Kinya-rwanda?

October 19, 2016 2:00, by Nora Landkammer

by Christian Nyampeta
The activities of the Nyanza Working Group Artists Home have focussed on a programme situated at the intersection of the bibliographies and biographies of modern and contemporary philosophers in Rwanda. Working within an itinerant structure, two modalities have channeled these activities of the Working Group’s programme. These two modalities are 1) conversations with the philosophers–members of the Artists Home, namely Fr Fabien Hagenimana, Dr Obed Quinet Niyikza, Dr Olivier Nyirubugara, and Dr Isaïe Nzeyimana, and 2) the transmission of these conversations though the staging of exhibitions and its related activities including public events and publications. The conversations are presented as edited videos and transcriptions of these the entirety of the conversations.

Drafts for an un/chrono/logical timeline: Kampala

October 18, 2016 2:00, by Nora Landkammer

A timeline of Arts Education from the Kampala working group

A Contemporary Survey through Restaging – Learning from the 1970s

October 18, 2016 2:00, by Nora Landkammer

by Claudia Hummel


October 18, 2016 2:00, by Nora Landkammer

by Maseru working group/Ba re e ne re

Johannesburg Working Group on Medu Art Ensemble

October 18, 2016 2:00, by Rangoato Hlasane

The Johannesburg Working Group continues to work on broader histories of arts education in southern Africa projects. At the same time, we consider how this work might become part of Pan African histories of “arts education”, given how arts practices transgressed borders in the 1980s (e.g. Medu Art Ensemble’s work connecting with practices in Botswana, Tanzania, Sweden).