The Durban International Film Festival (DIFF) hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities was officially launched during a drive-in cinema experience at the Durban Country Club.
The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music within the College of Humanities and iSupport Creative Business hosted a Voices against Gender-Based Violence concert to raise funds for the KZN Network on Violence against Women.
South Africa’s renowned dance festival, the JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience celebrated its 22nd consecutive year with the first-ever online performances during opening night. The festival is hosted by the Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities.
The Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities will host the 41st Durban International Festival (DIFF) from 10 to 20 September 2020. This year the festival will screen selected films, host seminars and workshops virtually and hold drive-in cinema screenings in Durban, Port Shepstone, Newcastle and Zululand.
Award-winning Durban photographer Val Adamson, who has photographed the JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience since it began in 1998, shares her work in an online exhibition titled: 21 years of JOMBA! through the lens.
Digital Arts honours student Mr Zico Mthethwa is among finalists in the Yogi Sip Young Creators Network competition after being selected from more than 600 hopefuls throughout South Africa who submitted their best work.
The free online 22nd JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience, presented by the Centre for Creative Arts within the College of Humanities has a packed programme of 10 US dance films and 22 dance works including some created during the COVID-19 lockdown.
South Africa honours and celebrates the role of women in society during Women’s Month and on Women’s Day (9 August), in commemoration of the march of about 20 000 women to the Union Buildings in Pretoria in 1956 to petition against the country’s pass laws.
School of Arts alumnus Ms Thabile Buthelezi has been nominated for Community Builder of the Year in the 2020 Sebenza Women Awards.
South Africa’s renowned dance festival, the JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience, celebrates its 22nd consecutive year with the first-ever online performances from 25 August to 6 September. Presented by the Centre for Creative Arts in UKZN’s College of Humanities, JOMBA will be available free-to-air to a large global audience. ‘It is obvious to all that we