The University of Cape Town's (UCT) Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) will present Infecting the City, which has been renamed (Un)Infecting the City for this year, during May and June 2021.
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The final selection of participating artists for the 2017 edition of Infecting the City has been announced.
The Africa Centre and the Institute for Creative Arts have announced that Infecting the City will take place from 5-8 April 2017.
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The Africa Centre has announced the programme for Infecting The City, its free, annual public arts festival.
The streets of Mbombela became the backdrop and stage to a mesmerising showcase of live culture across artistic disciplines that include dance, song, poetry and theatre for arts festival; Infecting The City.
The Africa Centre's Infecting The City Public Arts Festival, which is a highlight on the Cape Town calendar, will be hosted in Mbombela for the first time this year, in collaboration with the Department of Arts and Culture. The festival is taking place in Mbombela's city centre on Thursday, 16 and Friday, 17 January, 2014.
On 3 June 2013, South African artist Simon Max Bannister was named the 2013 David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation's (DSWF) Wildlife Artist of the Year for his large sculpture of three giraffe, entitled Long Journey from Londolozi. The prize giving took place at the Mall Galleries in London.
Cape Town's artists are coming out to play again, and bringing with them friends from other cities in South Africa and abroad. It's time for Infecting The City 2013, the annual free public arts festival that invites ordinary folk to interrogate their city and interact with artists in unusual urban settings.
Lorraine Kearney 6 Mar 2013
The Africa Centre's Infecting The City Public Art Festival, which will be held in the streets and public spaces of Cape Town from 6 to 10 March, 2012, will feature a seminar on art in public places
The Africa Centre's, Infecting The City Public Arts Festival, will be held from 6 to 10 March, 2012, and aims to encourage people to see, hear and smell the extraordinary by taking a fresh look at the Mother City, its citizens, and themselves in radically different ways.
Speaking at a Cape Town Tourism Brand Workshop held on 17 February 2011 at the Freeworld Coating Design Centre, Cape Town Tourism's CEO, Mariette du Toit-Helmbold said, "We are an emerging player in a league with Melbourne, Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona. We represent possibility, inspiration, freedom, freshness, transformation and a vision for the future routed in an interesting and imperfect past. We speak to the heart."
The Infecting the City Festival 2011, a project of the Africa Centre, will be held from the 6th to the 10th March 2011, in Cape Town. The festival schedule will be available on the website from 1 February, 2011.
A new production of Womb Tide, will open as part of the National Arts Festival Arena programme, between 22 to 25 June, 2010. It will also come to Cape Town's Baxter Theatre in December.
Multiple-award-winning actor Andrew Buckland is taking to the stage in a three-week season, featuring three one-man plays performed in repertory from 4 to 22 May, 2010, at Cape Town's Baxter Theatre at 8pm nightly.
The UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) and Cape Town's only public arts festival, Infecting the City, are presenting an event that aims to change minds and lives through the power of knowledge by enabling 100 people to talk one-on-one with a panel of four experts each.
Ingcwaba lendoda lise cankwe ndlela, a moving and powerful play by the Magnet Theatre, directed by GIPCA project awardee Mandla Mbothwe, will be at Artscape Cape Town from 10 to 21 February 2010. Told in isiXhosa with English subtitles this professional production explores economic migration and its impact, using traditional story-telling, rituals, song, physical theatre and multi-media.
Pieter-Dirk Uys has added his voice to those calling for business to support the Infecting the City 2010 public arts festival. Business sponsors are needed to ensure a successful venture.
“INFECTING THE CITY” (ITC) The Spier Performing Arts Festival, is a festival of provocative new site-specific performance works, presented by The Africa Centre, which will take place in the Cape Town CBD from 21-27 February 2009.