JCAF’s 2023 programme closes with the inaugural journal launch in December. This event is exclusive to JCAF subscribers and is fully booked.
The inaugural JCAF Journal: Interdisciplinary Knowledge from the South reflects on JCAF’s curatorial programme and research initiatives over the past three years. The first research theme, Female Identities in the Global South (2020–2022), focused on exhibiting only women artists as a way of amplifying the voices of those historically underrepresented in museum collections and exhibitions across the globe.
The launch programme includes a symposium with contributing authors Pamila Gupta, Helena Chávez Mac Gregor and artist Nandipha Mntambo, as well as a performance of Pictures Reframed by Robin Rhode and Qden Blaauw, and the jazz performance Elusive Dreams in Jozi by the Afrikan Freedom Principle, led by Mandla Mlangeni.
The journal will be available in early 2024 – in an online digital format and a limited edition print version that will be distributed to select institutions.
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