Donald Parenzee is an architect and a poet who was active for many years in cultural initiatives opposed to apartheid. He lives in Cape Town, where he has practised and taught architecture, worked as an exhibitions curator at the District Six Museum, and collaborated on creative interventions in the city. He has run many creative workshops, some of which explore ways of integrating literature and visual art. Donald hosted talks explores the role that the poet can play in the daily existence of his/her community during his stay in Grahamstown as Mellon Writer in Residence, working with the Rhodes MA programme in Creative Writing.
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