How you write about history and cultural encounters matters.

Writing workshops in Vienna Ba re e ne re had the privilege of hosting two writing workshops in Vienna in April 2019. Our Co-director, Lineo Segoete was in Vienna, Austria as a Cultural Educator in Residence hosted by Kultur Kontakt. While there, Lineo visited several cultural and educational institutions including museums and schools to learn … Continue reading How you write about history and cultural encounters matters.

The ignorant schoolmasters

Our co-director Lineo Segoete collaborated with Educator and Researcher, Nora Landkammer to write a reflective paper interrogating the subtleties of coloniality and power as expressed through the work of two educators born 100 years apart. Lineo then gave a lecture at the Academy of Fine Arts during the seminar: "Art and Education Positions and Analyses" led … Continue reading The ignorant schoolmasters

3L Conference on Literature, Language and Linguistics

Organised by the Departments of African Languages and Literature, English, French and Communications and Study Skills Unit of the Faculty of Humanities at the National University of Lesotho, the Conference was held on 5th - 7th February 2019 and we had the honour of presenting our first paper in Lesotho entitled Decolonial Literary Practice in Lesotho: … Continue reading 3L Conference on Literature, Language and Linguistics

Ba re co-organises photography workshop with Zanele Muholi’s Inkanyiso

Ba re e ne re was proud to co-facilitate a photography and creative writing workshop for young women in partnership with South African queer media and activism organization Inkanyiso. The workshop, called Fundisanani/Rutanang, was held from 28 January through 1 February 2019. Together with Sir Prof. Zanele Muholi and their team, Rutanang gives participants a … Continue reading Ba re co-organises photography workshop with Zanele Muholi’s Inkanyiso

Ba re presents at Casco, HKU and The Piet Zwart Institute in Holland

Elephants in the Room, presented by Casco Art Institute in the Netherlands in November 2018, was the first in a new yearly assembly aimed at becoming a meeting place for art organizations to question habitual institutional patterns and imagine ways of “commoning” together. This year’s assembly was designed to investigate how, in relation to ideas of the commons, … Continue reading Ba re presents at Casco, HKU and The Piet Zwart Institute in Holland