Goethe-Institut / COP17 exhibition: Don’t Panic!

Don’t Panic!
Durban Art GalleryWed 23 Nov – 6.30pm The Goethe-Institut South Africa contributes to COP17 with Culture and Climate – a diverse programme of exhibitions, workshops, performances and concerts taking place at various locations in Durban and Johannesburg. The work of renowned artists from all over the African continent dealing with the topic of climate change and global warming is presented at the Durban Art Gallery in DON´T PANIC, an exhibition curated by Gabi Ngcobo and commissioned by the Goethe-Institut and the Heinrich Böll Foundation on the occasion of COP 17. The exhibition presents powerful artistic voices from across the African continent including works by Mlu Zondi, Clive van den Berg, Otobong Nkanga, George Osodi, David Kaloane, Batoul S’Himi and Moshekwa Langa. There is a myriad other cultural activities – the full details of which can be found on their website (http://www.goethe.de/ins/za/joh/ges/umw/enindex.htm) RSVP
info@johannesburg.goete.org / Janis@boell.org.za Illa Thompson Publicity Mattersarts, theatre, culture, festival, social justice and events publiciststel / fax 031 201 1638 mobile 083 326 3234
KZN Committee Member: Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA)KZN Committee Member: Visual Arts Network of South Africa (VANSA)Deputy Chairperson: KwaZulu-Natal Arts and Culture
CouncilDirector: TheatreBiz Board serving Catalina Theatre “If we, citizens, do not support our artists, then we sacrifice our
imagination on the altar of crude reality and we end up believing in nothing and having worthless dreams. ” Yann Martel

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