Soweto-born novelist Mr Niq Mhlongo has completed a stint as the first Artist-in-Residency at UKZN’s School of Arts.
UKZN Music lecturer Demi Fernandez performed alongside his wife Linda Vargas and son Ramon at the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music for one show only on Saturday, 23 March.
The 22nd Time of the Writer festival, organised by UKZN’s Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) within the College of Humanities, had a successful run at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre from 13 to 16 March.
Dancers perform on stage Dancers perform on stage Dancers perform on stage The Flatfoot Dance Company next week presents its second annual integrated dance programme featuring dancers with the Down Syndrome condition. N’gila/I Am Here is choreographed by UKZN Drama and Performance studies lecturer Ms Lliane Loots in collaboration with eight dancers from the Flatfoot
African Music and Dance (AMD) third year students under the directorship of senior lecturer Dr Patricia Opondo recently hosted the successful 13th Annual African Cultural Calabash and African Cuisine at the Howard College Theatre. The theme of the concert which celebrated and promoted African cultural heritage was Our Culture, Our Pride. The concert featured a
The Ar(t)chive; South Africa’s award-winning theatre dance and physical performance archive, launched the ground-breaking new publication: Body Politics: Fingerprinting South African Contemporary Dance by UKZN Alumnus and pioneering veteran dance writer Adrienne Sichel at this year’s 20th JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience. Sichel has, over the past 40 years, painstakingly documented and critiqued the changing landscape of contemporary