ICA Live Art Festival: 1 – 16 September

Public venues around Cape Town

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ICA LIVE ART Festival performances will tour across public venues in the Mother City from the University of Cape Town, to the Iziko South African National Gallery, Iziko South African Museum and Iziko Planetarium, Zeitz MOCAA, Luxurama Theatre, Maitland Institute and various spaces in the city centre, such as the Cape Town Train Station, the Company’s Garden, the Castle of Good Hope, Erf 81, and the Central Library. The 2018 programme features screenings, performances, artworks and interactive installations by over 50 contemporary artists including:
Sethembile Msezane; Albert Khoza and Robyn Orlin; FAKA; Pumflet; Toni Stuart and Ella Mesma; Nelisiwe Xaba; Meghna Singh; Edda Sickinger; Greer Valley; Leila Khan and Nombuso Mathibela; Qondiswa James; John Nankin; Wezile Mgibe; Siwa Mgoboza and Nobukho Nqaba; Sikhumbuzo Makandula & Mthwakazi; Athi-Patra Ruga; Mamela Nyamza; Sello Pesa and Ntsoana Contemporary Dance Theatre; Bernard Akoi-Jackson; Lorin Sookool; Naledi Majola; Nomcebisi Moyikwa; Catherine Makhumula; Uriel Orlow; Maya Marshak and Cara Stacey; Gavin Krastin; Cornelia Knoll, Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro; Zayaan Khan; Judith Westerveld; Jackie Manyaapelo; Theo Herbst; Bongani Madondo; Sue Williamson; Alan Parker and; Mlondolozi Zondi; Laila Soliman, Stacy Hardy, Neo Muyanga and Nancy Mounir; Mlondiwethu Dubazane; Nick Mulgrew; Yaseen Manuel; Nástio Mosquito; and Donna Kukama.
For more details visit www.ica.uct.ac.za
About ICA
The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) is an interdisciplinary institute in the University of Cape Town’s Humanities Faculty – formerly the Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA). The ICA facilitates research projects in the creative and performing arts that disrupt boundaries, while underscoring creative education and practice across discipline and faculty. Interdisciplinary, Live Art and Public Spheres are key themes of the Institute, and projects are imbued with innovation, collaboration and a dialogue with urbanism and community.

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