Imbeleko_artist offerings

Imbeleko_artist offerings

Imbeleko_artist offerings is an online series of commissioned artist interactions, or offerings, collaboratively supported by Art for Humanity (Durban University of Technology) and the Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre (University of Johannesburg). 

FREQUENCIES OF BLACKNESS | a listening session

FREQUENCIES OF BLACKNESS | a listening session

Art For Humanity  is excited to announce the first activation of The Sojourner  Project – South Africa, a mobile black studies academy presented by the Practicing Refusal collective.

AFH Artist Solidarity Fund: May 2020

AFH Artist Solidarity Fund: May 2020

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.

The Sojourner Project

The Sojourner Project

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).

Resource Centre

Resource Centre

We are working on an on-site library that focuses on increasing the resources for students and visitors

Conversations in Gondwana

Conversations in Gondwana

Conversations in Gondwana is a platform of research and experimentation in contemporary art between countries of the global South.

FRACTURE ZONE: an exhibition by Conversations in Gondwana

FRACTURE ZONE: an exhibition by Conversations in Gondwana

Fracture Zone conjures artists from Brazil and South Africa to dialogue as duos over shared subjects.

PROCLAMATION 73

PROCLAMATION 73

The exhibition Proclamation 73 comes forth out of a project initiated by Zara Julius and Chandra Frank that explores the family archives of people racialized as coloured and indian in Durban under the 1950 Group Areas Act.