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The Whimsy of a Wallflower in the Wasteland

Posted by on 13th June 2019

                     Words by Gernus Oosthuizen on June 1, 2019   Rising like a dusty mirage out of the Karoo heat, there’s a city that many call home. It’s a manifestation of our collective imagination and the culmination of our collective …More »

2020 Clan Callout

Posted by on 17th May 2019

  Since the first Tankwa Town, our San Clan effigy project has been championed and interpreted by different artists each year, with this creating a diverse range of Clan structures in both expression and experiences through the years. We’ve had …More »

The Making Of A Clan

Posted by on 5th March 2019

                                                                              Words: Lindsay Cessford (images: as per credit)   Chapter 1: The Accidental Artist It’s hard to explain how I am feeling right now, however I am a woman of words so I am sure I will find my way. …More »

Clan 2015: Community Building

Posted by on 2nd April 2015

Thanks to the support of Mzansi Golden Economy, an initiative of the Department of Arts and Culture, ten local unemployed people have signed up as apprentices to build the Clan under the training and guidance of Project Lead Nathan Honey and his small band of international volunteers. More »

Archetypes and dust storms: AfrikaBurn 2013

Posted by on 13th May 2013
Sarah Duff

I’d been to AfrikaBurn last year for the first time, not knowing what to expect, and was completely overwhelmed by it. This year was no different. Even though I had an idea of what was in store, it still blew my mind.More »

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