Event

  1. 01. I Am Somebody! Because I Run 2014

    On Saturday April 19, I’m running my fourth Two Oceans Half Marathon to raise R10 000 for I Am Somebody! – a Cape Town-based NGO that uses nature based Rites of Passage programmes to do profound personal and community development work with young adults.

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  2. 02. InZync Poetry Session

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    The monthly InZync Poetry Session has lived up to its name as “the place where the poetries meet”. This month is no different, with feature performances by local and international poets.
  3. 03. #artsawehambassadors project in Philippi

    Tolgha Smith and Jade Staines of Cedar High in Mitchell’s Plain help an eager little painter to put his green hand print on the wall as part of their #artsawehambassadors project in Philippi #artsaweh2014 #infectingthecity

  4. 04. creating a mural at the Brown’s Farm public library

    The #artsawehambassadors Philippi team is creating a mural at the Brown’s Farm public library. Today they invited children from the area to help paint the mural…putting their hand prints on the wall to paint the leaves of a tree #artsaweh2014 #infectingthecity

  5. 05. #artsawehambassadors Factreton team

    #artsawehambassadors Factreton team with their facilitator #jarretterasmus #artsaweh2014 #infectingthecity #mydreamforfactreton

  6. 06. Poetry book bags on sale

    Poetry book bags on sale at tonight’s #FoodJam. All profit from@the bags and tonight’s event goes to #openbookfestival Library Project which is putting a library in Westridge High School in Mitchell’s Plain

  7. 07. poet Luka Lesson

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    Not to be missed! Australian poet Luka Lesson hits Cape Town!

  8. 08. badilsha poetry

    #pieterodendaal and #kolekaputuma get students to work for their poetry performances at #badilshapoetry’s pop-up poetry shop st #infectingthecity public arts fest. Be sure to catch them tomorrow between 12 & 5. @lindakaoma

  9. 09. Food Jams

    The Book Lounge is hosting a series of Food Jams with food girl Jade de Waal to raise money for its Library Project. Westridge High Library is still in need of 1000 books. I’ll be performing AND auctioning off a take-away poem. I’ll be writing a personalised poem for the highest bidder on the night ! Tickets are R300 each, and there are a limited number available. To book, email jade@foodjams.co.za

  10. 10. Cape Town got Tongue Fu’d!

    On Tuesday March 4, Cape Town packed out Straight, No Chaser in Buitenkant Street for Tongue Fu at Future Nostalgia. The event was presented by British Council Connect ZA in partnership with Poetica at Open Book Festival.

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