Categories
news

African Fashion (?) Why do these stereotypes exist and persist?

African Fashion (?) Why do these stereotypes exist and persist? African Fashion (?) is an online, discursive course designed to invite engagement in debates and provocations both as a group and individually. Particular attention is paid to confronting the deep impact of coloniality/modernity in negotiating ways of thinking and writing about fashion from the African […]

Categories
news

Register for : Future of Fashion – A sustainable fashion indaba

Register for: Future of Fashion – A sustainable fashion indaba Future of Fashion is a sustainable fashion indaba dedicated to enabling collaborative knowledge-sharing that can help the development of a thriving, inclusive, ethical and future-fit local fashion industry. The Masterclasses are hosted by Twyg & AFRI from 3 November 2020 – 16 November 2020 More information […]

Categories
news

ICA Podcast – Lesiba Mabitsela

ICA Podcast – Lesiba Mabitsela The ICA’s publication Acts of Transgression: Contemporary Live Art in South Africa, published by Wits University Press, was initiated in response to a literary vacuum. Before 2019, there was no comprehensive text dedicated to Live Art in South Africa, and so there was limited discourse to speak about the politically […]

Categories
news

Lesiba Mabitsela presents Reinstitute at GMSC20

Lesiba Mabitsela presents Reinstitute at GMSC20 I am happy to announce that my application to participate in the following event was accepted and will be presenting my work, {Re}Institute on the 21 July 2020 at 16h00 CAT. Register for free via EVENTBRITE. See link below.⁠Join an international cohort of academics and practitioners to discuss men’s […]

Categories
news

Long Read: Fashion, Sustainability and Decoloniality

Long Read: Fashion, Sustainability and Decoloniality On Dec 7, 2019 at the Future of Fashion symposium hosted by Rewoven, Dr Erica de Greef delivered a keynote. Titled Fashion, Sustainability and Decoloniality, she explored the concept of decoloniality and its relevance to thinking critically – from a perspective of the global South – about the Future […]