Join in a panel discussion with artist Nobukho Nqaba whose exhibition Izicwangciso Zezethu… (We Make Plans) explores the precariousness of home and historical displacements this Saturday, October 12.

Sitting down with cartoonist and writer, Andre Trantraal, Nqaba will discuss the role of art within displaced communities and the dynamism and complexities of reclaiming urban spaces.

Andre Tantraal’s collaborative work with his brother Nathan Tantraal is rooted in the communities of the Western Cape. Their credentials include a comic book adaption of historian Koni Benson’s PhD thesis on the history of women’s political struggles titled Crossroads.

Nqaba’s work reflects on personal memories of growing up in an informal settlement in Grabouw and the complexities of migration and labour. Her exhibition is on in Zeitz MOCAA’s Project Space until Sunday, 20 October 2019.

Booking is essential as space is limited.

Zeitz MOCAA is open seven days a week from 10am to 6pm. Daily admission is R200 per person, and free to under 18s. On Wednesdays from 10am until 1pm, the museum is free for all African citizens. On the first Friday of every month, entry is half price (R100 per person) from 4pm and the museum is open until 9pm. Memberships available from R290 per year which grants the user year-round access to the museum, discounts on certain items at our shop and restaurant, and more. Find out more here.

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Date: October 12
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost: R0-290

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