Invitation: Institute for Creative Arts ICA Podcast – Season 3 launch in Cape Town
|Launch event for Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) Podcast – Season 3
When: Friday October 7, 2022, 6pm
Where: Hiddingh Campus, UCT
Tickets: Free but bookings essential
Join the Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) at 18.00 on Friday October 7, 2022, in Hiddingh Hall for the launch of Season 3 of The ICA Podcast – an evening of listening and socialising over wine and snacks. The event will feature an overview of the season by Season 3 host Nkgopoleng Moloi, an address by arts journalist and DJ Atiyyah Khan on the importance of podcasts’ contribution to archiving, and a sneak peek of Season 3 ahead of its official release on October 13. RSVP: Entrance is free but RSVP is essential — book your free tickets via Quicket
About The ICA Podcast
The ICA Podcast was launched in July 2020 and features interviews with South African artists and curators who perform or curate live, interdisciplinary works.
The Podcast emerged out of the ICA’s edited collection Acts of Transgression: Contemporary Live Art in South Africa, and extends the work begun by the book through conversations with the creators and curators of Live Art. Each episode is alive with music and audio from artists’ performances, and the weight and emotion of their personal stories. (Read more about Season 1 and Season 2 of The ICA Podcast).
Season 3, hosted by Nkgopoleng Moloi, focuses on seven artists featured at the 2022 ICA Live Art Festival: Tandile Mbatsha, Asemahle Ntlonti, Qondiswa James, Russel Hlongwane, Lukhanyiso Skosana, Nkosenathi Koela and Kolawole Gbolahan.
About the speakers
Atiyyah Khan is an arts journalist, DJ, researcher and record collector from Johannesburg and is based in Cape Town. Since 2007, she has documented arts and culture and has been published in newspapers across South Africa. She was the 2010 Pulitzer Fellowship recipient for her masters studies at the University of Southern California. Between 2017 and 2022 she worked with Zimbabwean dancer and choreographer nora chipaumire for a work titled #PUNK 100% POP *N!GGA, performing in theatres around the world. Atiyyah is also the co-founder of the music collective Future Nostalgia, which hosts listening sessions around Cape Town. She has headed up several podcasts and sonic lectures and also runs a monthly show on Worldwide FM. Currently, she works for various publications documenting South African arts and culture.
Nkgopoleng Moloi is a writer based in Cape Town. Her work has appeared in Art Forum, Elephant Art, Mail & Guardian and the British Journal of Photography. She recently curated “Practices of Self-Fashioning”, an exhibition exploring queer mobility, at the Goethe-Institut in Johannesburg.
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