Public Art and the Power of Place

Cape Town Library Cnr Parade and Darling Streets, Cape Town

start again the new road at dawn. yesterday’s road has led to yesterday’s destination. today is a new chaos. a new journey. a new city. needing new paths. and new...

Integration & Ideas Festival

Guga S'Thebe Washington Street, Langa, Cape Town, South Africa

The Integration Syndicate is a three-phase project that started off with a series of nine “episodes” over the course of 2017, which explored the obstacles and solutions to social-spatial integration...

Exhibition: ‘this image may contain’ by heeten bhagat

The Quad, The Arena Theatre Cape Tpwn

Join ACC's PhD candidate heeten bhagat for 'this image may contain' - a visual articulation of research in speculative indigeneities on Wednesday, 21 November 2018, 18:00 at The Quad, The Arena Theatre. The aim of this doctoral research was to attempt an interdisciplinary approach to search for registers (and absences) of indigeneity through a close...

MPhil ‘pumflets’ exhibition

Wolff Architects 136 Buitenkant Street, Bo Kaap, Cape Town, Cape Town , South Africa

You are invited to attend the one-night only exhibition of pumflets produced by the students of the MPhil Southern Urbanism. The exhibition is the product of the third iteration of the City Research Studio, which forms the cornerstone of the MPhil Southern Urbanism curriculum. The City Research Studio functions as a laboratory space where students learn...

EXHIBITION: It all starts with me

The New Lecture Theatre Upper Campus, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa

You are invited to a pop-up exhibition and book launch of the Youth, Identity and the City project together with Rosca Warries, Kirstin Warries, Dane Van Rooyen and TPA Youth for Change, on Thursday 5 December from 16:00. It all starts with me is a one-day exhibition based on the African Centre for Cities research project...

Lived experience as a pathway to community agency? Toward new framings of nutrition in urban South Africa

The Nourished Child project took a lived experience approach to understanding how systems interacted in the lives of women to shape their and their children's quality of diet. Central to the project was the development of a range of creative dissemination tools to engage policy makers, and increase community agency. In this presentation Jane Battersby reflects...

THE URBAN EVERYDAY – FINAL STUDENT EXHIBITION

APG Foyer, Centlivres Building Upper Campus University of Cape Town

The ‘Urban Everyday’ offers a perspective on city-making that explores agency found in intersecting practices of occupation and adaptation, engagement and participation, resistance and protest, as well as waiting, encountering and...