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Artist Bright Ackwerh highlights importance of popular culture in art

Bright Ackwerh, a multifaceted young artist based in Accra, Ghana, opened his first solo exhibition at the RAW Spot Gallery in October at Rhodes University.

Exhibition Opening: Bright Ackwerh (Ghanaian artist) - Mellon Humanities Seminar Series

You are warmly invited to the opening of Bright Ackwerh’s exhibition “Where de cho dey?” curated by Ruth Simbao.

(Re)Mapping Luanda: Nostalgia & Utopia in Aesthetic Practice in Angola

The Residencies for Artists and Writers (RAW) programme warmly invites you to a seminar presentation by Dr Nadine Siegert (Writer in Residence) from the University of Bayreuth, Germany.

Self-Titled: A ticket for Africa‘s artistic talent to shine

Rhodes University student, Philiswa Lila has won this year’s Absa L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award. In her second-year of Masters in Art History (forms part of the SARChl research – The Geopolitics of Africa), her research focuses on questioning the role of ritual as a mediums of physicality and spirituality in African contemporary visual arts performance.

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