Overview: Special Events, Exhibitions and Receptions


Overview of JBF: Programmes, Special Events, Exhibitions and Receptions – 29 August -1st September 2019

 

 

Description

Venue

Date

1

SCHOOLS PROGRAMME – Registered Schools only

Museum Africa

29-30 August, 8.00-1.00pm

2

GENERAL Programme for Public – Literature (book launches, conversations with authors, roundtables, seminars), Poetry, Film and Theatre

Museum Africa

31st August and 1st September

3

Children’s Programme

 

TB Youth Programme

Workers Museum &

Museum

 Africa

31st August and 1st September

4

RECEPTION & Opening of JBF FESTIVAL – Opening by: The Honorable Deputy Minister of Venezuela, Mr. Alejandro Lopez.

Museum

 Africa

Friday, 30 August, 6.00pm

5

Networks of Resistance –  Workshops

Museum Africa

Saturday, 31August, 9.00-11.00

6

Skills for Movement building – Workshops

Museum Africa

Sunday, 1September,

9.00-11.00

7

Celebrating the 90th Birthday of James Matthews, dissident poet & JBF Patron

Museum Africa

Saturday, 31August, 4.00pm

8

JAZZ, Theatre & Film

Museum Africa

Saturday & Sunday, check times

9

Exhibitions @ JBF Festival 2019:

* Imam Haron Photo Exhibition – commemorating the 50th anniversary of his death in detention in 1969 (Muslim News)

* Literature & Newspapers: Anti-apartheid Resistance Press

* Newspapers Historically

* Sam Makhuba’s Nozizwe village girl, (acrylic paintings) – Opening & Reception.

3rd Floor, Museum Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workers Museum

Saturday & Sunday 31August -1September

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sat, 31 August, 2.00pm

10

Celebrations & Reception! Tsohang Batjha two Book Launches: Batjha Kaofela Poetry 1 and Batjha Kaofela Short Stories 4

 Arena, Museum Africa

Sunday, 1 September, 11.30am

11

#PASSONTHE WORD Poetry: Remembering Patron & Poet Laureate Keorapetse ‘Bra Willie’ Kgositsile with James Matthews & Guests.

Poet Laureate’s – NATIONAL DEBUT- Mongane Wally Serote & Performance of his History is My Home with Bophelong youth & Book Launch: Selection of Poems by Mongane W. Serote.

Museum Africa

Sunday, 1 September,

1.00-2.00pm

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