AfH Artist Solidarity Fund The AfH Artist Solidarity Fund is a short-term intervention set up to provide immediate relief to artists, art students and creative practitioners based in the Durban area in the context of the COVID-19 crisis. The Fund seeks to centralise efforts to help lessen the burden of various financial insecurities caused or […]
The AfH Artist Solidarity Fund committee has successfully paid out the first round of disbursements for the month of April. We raised a total of R43085.35 in 9 days and paid 77 verified applicants a total of R559.55 each.
Scheduled for 4-10 May 2020, the Sojourner Project jhb/dbn, is envisioned as a dual city cultural intervention – or Black Studies Mobile Academy – and will be collaboratively presented by the Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre (VIAD), University of Johannesburg (UJ); Art for Humanity (AFH), Durban University of Technology (DUT); the Market Photo Workshop; and the Practicing Refusal Collective (PR Collective).
The AfH Artist Solidarity Fund is a short-term intervention set up to provide relief to artists, art students and creative practitioners in the Durban area in the context of the COVID-19 crisis.
Ifu Elimnyama: The Dark Cloud is a trans-media project that spans the disciplines of film, performance and text by Russel Hlongwane (Durban).
A workshop for emerging and established visual arts writers. Includes inputs and discussion on writing trends and challenges, and artists speaking about their work. First two days are open to the public, the final day is a closed session.
Thulile Gamedze (b1992) is an independent cultural worker, operating as an artist, writer, curator and member of the art collective iQhiya, based in Johannesburg.
Join us at AFH this coming Wednesday for a roundtable conversation on public art in Durban.
Join us at AFH on Tuesday the 3rd of September for an artist talk by Sisipho Ngodwana.