Selfie Frame faeries will be capturing your fun moments and uploading Live to Social Media platforms. Come say Hi, give them a hug and sign up to volunteer at the 2020 AfrikaBurn event! Come check out the artwork of The Creative Change Laboratory (CCoLAB), a project of the Office for Inclusivity and Change (OIC) in partnership with the African Centre for Migration and Society (ACMS), has developed an exhibition titled INDUMBA YOLWAZI: A PLACE FOR SACRED KNOWLEDGE. This exhibition marks the end of over a year of experimentation with using… Read More »Volunteer Tent Extravaganza
Love you some art? We’re quite partial to it, too – so we’re very happy to share news about a Creative Change Laboratory art workshop, which you’ll be able to join at the Volunteer Tent on the Village Green. Many thanks to the CCLab team for stepping up to contribute the workshop – and for bringing artworks to exhibit on the day!
They’ve stalwarts of our day on the streets since the very beginning – so we’re happy to announce that the fantastic 7th Wave will once again be taking to the stage this time round! Catch them on our Village Green Stage at 14:40 on the day, and expect them to once again blow us away. Many thanks to Jenny Chadwick, André du Preez, Zubair Drumlabs Plaatjies and Peter Nordling for joining us again (and for this pic)
Performance announcement! If you’re into folk rock, you’ll want to be at our Village Green Stage at 12 midday – because that’s when Frances Clare will step up and strum out! To get a sense of the skills and sounds that a duo from the band will share with us on the day, head to their website: francesclareband.com/our-tunes/ (thanks to the band for this shot of their lead singer herself)
Artist announcement! Stepping up onto our Village Green Stage at 11am is Stanley Sibande! Influenced by artists as diverse as Kings of Leon and Jimi Hendrix, Stanley’s signature acoustic rock and indie folk sounds will ease us into our day on the streets together. For a taste of Stanley’s style, check out his YouTube channel: youtube.com/watch?v=2YBEuCDmRQc (thanks for this pic, Stanley!)