Marcus Neustetter will be presenting on the process of the Imaginary Futures International arts project that took place in 2020, which both Taylor and Marneweck joined alongside interns from CHR partner Net vir Pret. The Centre for Humanities Research has been engaged in a mutual education and arts initiative (with Net vir Pret, Handspring Puppet Company, Ukwanda Puppetry and Design Collective, and Magpie Collective) in the village of Barrydale for ten years. In 2020, Ellis presented a workshop in Barrydale on photography, plants, and photo narratives. Animations and Activations is part of the project Academic Performance: Knowledge Production and Creative Procedures in University Teaching and Research.
Date: 9 March 2021
Cape Town@ 20:00
The CHR’s Aja Marneweck, together with Nataniël Pokwas and Selanvor Platjies from Net vir Pret, the CHR’s partners in the annual Barrydale puppetry production will be performing on the Brighton Fringe festival as part of the Imaginary Futures International arts project.
For the past ten years the Centre for Humanities Research’s Laboratory of Kinetic Objects has been engaged in a mutual education and arts initiative (along with partners Net Vir Pret, Handspring Puppet Company, uKwanda Puppetry and Design Collective, and Magpie Collective) in the village of Barrydale some three hours outside of Cape Town. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, this years Barrydale parade is set to convene remotely.
In 2013 Mthombeni worked with the Magpie Art Collective, Net Vir Pret, Handspring Trust and the CHR in Barrydale on a puppet theatre production under […]
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