Ba re e ne re was represented at the symposium by Lineo Segoete and Liepollo Moleleki. Held in Zurich, the symposium invited students, art educators, researchers and cultural producers to reflect on the histories of education in and through art. The symposium emphasized the fact that historiography in arts education means referring to a plurality … Continue reading Ba re presents @ Symposium in Zurich: INTERTWINING HI/STORIES OF ARTS EDUCATION – June 2018
Ba re e ne re Literature Festival Programme 13 January 2018 Machabeng College “Decolonising learning” Activity Time Arrival and Welcome 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Artist Performances (music, poetry) 2:00 pm – 2:30pm Session A: Panel Discussion: Exploring Critical Literacies 2:30 pm - 3:20 pm Session B: Town Hall – Perspectives on museum and gallery … Continue reading 2018 Ba re Litfest Programme
Ba re e ne re is extremely excited to announce that our annual event, the Ba re e ne re Literature Festival, will be held on the 13th January 2018 at Machabeng College between 12:30 and 18:00. The theme of this year’s festival is Decolonizing Learning and we are honoured to host members of the … Continue reading Ba re e ne re Lit Fest 2018
While in Vienna at the Another Roadmap School's Intertwining Hi/Stories Art Education Festival Ba re e ne re co-director Lineo Segoete was asked to share a story about our work with literary education in Lesotho. She chose to speak about contemporary creativity with Sesotho, as well as narrate the messy origins of missionaries transliterating Sesotho … Continue reading Lineo tells a story about Sesotho’s written origins in Vienna
In October 2017, Ba re e ne re participated in the Another Roadmap Intertwining Hi/Stories Art Education Festival held in Vienna, Austria. Our representative, Lineo Segoete co-facilitated a session called "Critical Literacies" and led a storytelling session about the original transliteration of the Sesotho language by missionaries. The Intertwining Hi/Stories Art Education Festival brought overlapping … Continue reading Intertwining Hi/Stories Art Education Festival – Vienna – Oct. 2017
The Another Roadmap Africa Cluster (ARAC) held their Second Colloquium from 3-7 April, 2017. Highlights Public timeline making event at Wits School of Education ARAC members were invited to create what would become known as the Un/Chronological timeline, which included events added by participants to a large plastic sheet, juxtaposed with the history of visual … Continue reading Notes from AFRICA CLUSTER COLLOQUIUM 2 – Joburg – April 2017
Celebrate great memories from the 2016 Ba re e ne re Literature Festival by viewing our highlights video. We see some familiar faces!