Join us for a presentation and conversation with Rangoato Hlasane
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th
12:35 PM – 2 PM
All O+M Lectures are free and open to the public. Please join us!
RANGOATO HLASANE is a cultural worker, DJ, educator and co-founder of Keleketla! Library in Johannesburg. He holds a masters degree in Visual Art from the University of Johannesburg and teaches at the University of the Witwatersrand. Rangoato is an active member of ARAC (Another Roadmap Africa Cluster). He was central to the publication of 58 Years to the Treason Trial: Intergenerational Dialogue as a tool for Learning by Keleketla! Library (2014) and was invited as a guest author with Malose Malahlela in Creating Spaces: Non-formal Art/s Education and Vocational Training for Artists in Africa Between Cultural Policies and Cultural Funding (2014) by Nicola Laure Al-Samarai. His ongoing project, Thath’i Cover Okestra, co-curated with Malose Malahlela, is a sonic experiment in ‘writing’ (South) African music histories, its fifth volume recently presented at the 10th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art.