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IFAS News & Events 31/10/2018

 
 
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Theatre

The Little Prince

2 - 3 November 2018 | DUT, Courtyard Theatre | DBN
8-25 November 2018 | Ramolao Makhene Theatre | Market Theatre | JHB
 

After successful performances of The Little Prince at festivals and in cities across the country, Kwasha! Theatre Company is stopping in Durban for this weekend for a few performances, before finally bringing this magical creation to the Market Theatre in Johannesburg. Thanks to IFAS, The Market Theatre Foundation, and with the support of Mazars.

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Tickets Durban
Tickets Johannesburg
 



Exhibition

The Floating World:
A Dialogue of Japanese Prints, From Japan to Europe

27 October 2018 - 24 March 2019

Léon Dierx Museum | Saint-Denis | Reunion Island


The Floating World: A Dialogue of Japanese Prints, From Japan to Europe will showcase  a selection of Japanese prints from the Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG), demonstrating the evolution of this art form between the 17th and the 19th century, while also exploring the main themes developed by the Japanese prints masters during this time. In parallel, a selection of prints from European artists from the end of 19th century, drawn from the collections of both museums, will attest to the strong Japanese influence on print art in the western world during the second half of the 19th century.
 
This new partnership between the two museums follows the success of a first exhibition, "From Manet to Picasso, Treasures of the Johannesburg Art Gallery and the Léon Dierx Museum" that took place in 2016-2017 and attracted over 21,000 visitors.

Léon Dierx Museum of Facebook
 



Digital Lab Africa

DLA#3 launch at DISCOP markets in Johannesburg!

15 November 2018
Sandton Convention Centre | Johannesburg

 
The French Embassy in South Africa and the French Institute of South Africa are pleased to be able to launch the third call for applications of Digital Lab Africa alongside two new high quality partners. DLA#3 will for the first time be a fully-fledged program of the Digital Content Hub of Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct, which is supported by the Agence Française de Développement (AFD). The Tshimologong ecosystem, associated with the more than 40 French and African DLA partners from the cultural industries, offer a very promising and dynamic environment for this 3rd edition. We will be at DISCOP Johannesburg with a joint stand and multiple projects to showcase. Follow us on our social media for more info!
 
Digital Lab Africa
DLA on Facebook
DLA on Twitter
DISCOP
 
Call for applications

NEF ANIMATION X DLA:
Selection to be revealed at DISCOP!

THANK YOU! - We received more than 100 applications to our call with NEF ANIMATION.
Only one of them will get the chance to experience a one month international residency in France (April 2019) to develop his/her project in a creative environment (fully covered by Digital Lab Africa and NEF Animation). The selected candidate will be announced during DISCOP Johannesburg (14-16 November, 2018).
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Cinema

Cinemalliance

Every Wednesday in November | 19.00
Dibuka Cinema Loft | Alliance Française of Johannesburg


Every Wednesday evening you are invited to the Dibuka Francophone Multimedia Library to enjoy a free screening of French movies!
Bring your friends and family and enjoy the movie while sitting on the comfortable bean bags of the cinema loft.

- 7 November: Attila Marcel by Sylvain Chomet  (2013, 1h46)
- 14 November: Wine Calling by Bruno Sauvard (2018, 1h35)
- 21 November: Oh La La Pauline by Emilie Brisavoine (2015, 1h58)
- 28 November: Naked Childhood by Maurice Pialat (1968, 1h23)
 



Public Lecture

The Mobilisation of South African Data within Rock Arts' Ritual Interpretations

13 November 2018 | 13.15
Origins Centre | Johannesburg


Public lecture by Romain Lahaye (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne / IMAF) as part of the Public Lecture Series Rock Art and Symbolic Expression. A Southern Africa – France Dialogue

Apart from a few rare exceptions, the first theories tried to propose an interpretation of the rock and parietal figurations set in a religious register. Other recent approaches are based on the ontological particularities of the groups that produced these paintings and prints. Nevertheless, most of these researches have a common strain that emphasises the importance of ritual practices. The mobilisation of the latter through demonstrations can lead to different aspects of perception and may result in misunderstandings. The way in which the ethnographic and iconographic data are combined in rock arts' study has a significant influence on the findings produced. It now appears necessary to examine our own categories of analysis and to look into the historiography of our modes of interpretation.

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Origins Centre
 
Visual Art | Residency

Monique Pelser

July - October | Cité Internationale des Arts | Paris
Visual artist Monique Pelser develops short visual stories about a female character grappling with concepts of a digital world using illustrations which become stickers or posters, Tinder, GoogleTranslate and WhatsApp video screengrabs. The story will be exhibited as a series of public artworks and as a photographic and video installation of recorded performances.
www.moniquepelser.com
 
Art & design fair

AKAA

9-11 November 2018 | Carreau du temple | Paris
AKAA - Also Known As Africa is the only art fair in France devoted to contemporary art and design centred on Africa.  It will host 49 international galleries, and more than a hundred artists will be represented, all with links links to Africa and other regions of the Global South.
IFAS is sending two artists: Richard Mudariki from the Barnard Gallery and Mbali Dhlamini from the Red Room Gallery, both in Cape Town.
AKAA
 
 
 
 
 
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