EUNIC LAB 2015: Convening New Audiences / Johannesburg

Workshops and Public Sessions
27.5. – 28.5.2015, 17H30 – 19H00

Public session I:

Engage with professionals from Europe and South Africa around “Public art and its role in audience development”, with Marina Naprushkina (The Office for Anti-Propaganda, Germany), Grant Jurius (Burning Museum, Cape Town) and Buntu Fihla (King William’s Town).

When: Wednesday 27 May 17H30 – 19H00
Where: Eyethu Gallery, 649 Machaba Drive, Mofolo Central, Soweto
 
Public session II:
Engage with professionals from Europe and South Africa around“Alternative spaces/alternative education”, with Eva Filgueira Guimerá (La Tabacalera, Spain), Khona Dlamini (Market Photo Workshop) and Bokang Pooe (Steve Biko Foundation).

When: Thursday 28 May 17H30 to 19H00
Where: Unisa Space Art Gallery, Unisa Muckleneuk campus, Preller street, New Muckleneuk, Pretoria (Kgorong building, Ground floor)
 
EUNIC Lab, initiated by EUNIC South Africa, runs from 27 to 29 May 2015 and includes workshops, visits and public sessions. Engage with professionals from Europe and South Africa around “Public art and its role in audience development”, with Marina Naprushkina (The Office for Anti-Propaganda, Germany), Grant Jurius (Burning Museum, Cape Town) and Buntu Fihla (King William’s Town). This project is realised in partnership with Visual Arts Network of South Africa (VANSA), in the context of EuropeFest, the Month of Europe’s Cultures, in collaboration with the ‘Connecting Creative Markets’ programme supported by Business and Arts South Africa, the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS), the Goethe-Institut and the British Council Connect ZA.

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