PROSPA Publishing workshops
Annual Publishing Workshops are hosted by the Publishing and Research of the South: Positioning Africa (PROSPA) programme, and take place in different African cities each year. The goals of the workshops are to increase and strengthen publishing in the field of the visual and performing arts of Africa, and to prepare articles for publication in relevant scholarly journals. The first workshop was held at Rhodes University in July 2016, and included participants from Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa.
Photo: Angelo Kakande, Pauline Bullen, Eria Nsubuga, Aidah Nalubowa, Fadzai Muchemwa, Ruth Simbao, Andrew Mulenga, George Kyeyune (left to right). Photo by Paul Greenway.
The 2016 workshop was organised by Ruth Simbao and the following participants presented article drafts: Eria Sane Nsubuga (Kampala-based artist), Aidah Nalubowa (Artivists 4 Life, Kampala), Dr Pauline Bullen (Women’s University, Zimbabwe), Andrew Mulenga (Rhodes University), Dr Angelo Kakande (Makerere University), Prof George Kyeyune (Makerere University) and Fadzai Muchemwa (National Gallery of Zimbabwe).
Dr. Alex Dodd participated in the workshop as a critical reader, and postgraduate students Sikhumbuzo Makadula, Gladys Kalichini, Thando Mama and Jean-Sylvain Tshilumba Mukendi contributed on the postgraduate days. This workshop resulted in the first African Arts issue (Summer 2017, 50:2) that is linked to the Rhodes consortium partnership.
The 2017 PROSPA Publishing workshop was held in Kampala, Uganda from 4 to 8 July. For more information Click here
See Gallery for workshops photographs
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