- published: 03 Apr 2011
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video's not mine, it was originally posted here http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=139369017348 . i just uploaded it to youtube for those without facebook account. if its yours and you want it taken down, just let me know. here's original description from facebook: Have Heart played to East Rand School of Arts on their last day here. So awesome to see kids getting so amped watching a hardcore band for the first time!
As an annual ritual in the department of fine arts, final year students of the department must, compulsory regulation exhibit their art works before a degree is awarded.
Im the little guy in the middle doing the high part of the chorus.
Ben on Marimba
A short intro to the Dewe School of Art project in Uganda, East Africa. This is an arts and education project set up to help provide people in the local community with new skills. The project needs volunteers to visit and help continue the good work in the area. There is no prescribed volunteer programme set in stone; volunteers are asked only to bring any skills and talents they have to Dewe to help enrich the life of the local community. www.deweschoolofart.com
(I claim no ownership right to music by Stephen Anderson or beginning filming of video by Devin Graham). CHILDREN OF ZIMBABWE are children living on Redmile Fram in Banket and school children at Sidikenie Primary School. Gabriel Nenhowe take care of the orphan children at Redmile Fram who have lost their parents to AIDS. These children suffer tremendous trauma. The Int'l Assn. of Arts in Healthcare program help by offering therapeutic art activities. If you would like to know more about International Arts in Healthcare visit our facebook page. www.facebook.com/IntlAssnArtsHealthCare
In collaboration with the Smoke School of Art, a non-profit art collective based in Atlanta, the Auburn Avenue Research Library hosted "Out of Africa: The African Origins of Modern Art". This community lecture, facilitated by conceptual artist and educator Christopher Hutchinson, examined the cultural appropriation of the Africana artistic aesthetic by Europeans who formed the avant-garde in the development of modern art. This is a 20 minute segment of the lecture.
My 6yo daughter's school play Africa theme.
This is a school outside of Mzimba, Malawi. They are performing a dance for a school ceremony taking place the following day.
Namatovu Jane is the community nurse in the village of Dewe and surrounding area. She plays an important role in the community, and co-ordinates the Women's Empowerment Group. This is a group of women from the local area who meet regularly at the Dewe School of Art together to practise skills they learn at the project and support each other in various ways. Dewe School of Art, Uganda, Africa
Seth Amolo and Vincent Omamo, both seasoned visual artists from Kisumu, lead one Vibe's Visual Art Classes. Both of them were trained at Mwangaza Art School in Nyalenda slum in Kisumu, and they operate their own Art Shop behind Impala Park in Kisumu. http://www.onevibeafrica.org
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Practice Xalaat africa drum and dance
School competition in Traditional Dance and Gumboot Dance in Borolelo (Swartruggens), North-West, South Africa. This is a traditional way of setswana dancing. School: Thebe Ya Tlhajwa Secondary Highschool, Koffiekraal (North-West Province).
Daniel Magaziner Friday, February 3, 2017, 1:30 pm Between 1951 and 1981, the white-minority government of South Africa ran a school for art teachers at Ndaleni, Natal. In this talk—which draws on the research presented in his book, The Art of Life in South Africa—Daniel Magaziner, Associate Professor in the Department of History, Yale University, considers the history of art and education under a white supremacist government. Magaziner traces the trajectories of the idea of art, the politics of culture under apartheid, and especially the lives and experiences of the nearly 1000 African teachers who trained at the school. Presented in conjunction with the newly reinstalled Laura and James J. Ross Gallery of African Art. Generously sponsored by the Martin A. Ryerson Fund.
A collaboration between Cape Town's 'Heal the Hood' and Black Noise with Nomadic Wax and Urban Artistry from the US. Sponsored by the US State Department. The project consisted of dance and film workshops with youth throughout South Africa. The project came out of the Nomadic Wax produced Cape Town 2 DC exchange held the summer of 2010.
Clark Elementary art classes at every grade level are bringing Africa to Tulsa in the Union School District, bringing with it also the implementation of science, technology, engineering and math. From engineering masks to watching lions via live cameras in Africa, students led by teacher Ashley Lewis are engaged in learning as they create and express their artistic talents. September 2014