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19 07 2019
Mthunzi Wesithunzi III: Ukuthwebula | 2019 Artist in Residence Exhibition Launch

EXHIBITION DETAILS Thursday, 1 August 2019 Doors open: 18:00 / Close: 20:00 4th floor, 62 Roeland str, Gardens, Cape Town. On Thursday evening, 1 August 2019 we are opening the doors to reveal the body of work our 2019 Artist in Residence, Thalente Khomo, has been producing in the last month with us. I am...

11 07 2019
This song, a personal mantra | AIR 2019

8 July 2019 All I can hear is Sjava’s song ugogo playing on repeat. This song is like a personal mantra. It talks about everything I believe in and how my grandmothers have shaped the human I am going to be and the human I am today. The lyrics are: Dankie dankie Mdali for ukungigcinela...

08 07 2019
Through the eyes of a child-Thalente | AIR 2019

01 July 2019 I told myself ‘’see the world through the eyes of a child Thalente’’, my photography has always been about seeing the world through my childhood memories and childhood experiences. The challenge I am faced with in this project is to look the world through the eyes of an adult. I look at...

04 07 2019
#Edusnap Smartphone Photography Exhibition | EDUCATION THROUGH THE EYES OF A TEENAGER

Join us as we celebrate the work of 10 high school students who through their training on smartphone photography have responded to the topic of Leadership. The EduSnappers will be presenting a selection of photographs that unpack ideas on the qualities of a leader and leadership that is witnessed in their immediate communities. Opening Friday,...

03 07 2019
The Mother City | By Justin Reinecke, Graduate of 6-Month Video Content Production

We recently collaborated with Nikon to run a competition where our students could shoot a short video with the latest Nikon Z6 and compete to win a Z6 kit valued to nearly R50 000. With many stunning submissions and after much deliberation, we've got our winner! Congratulations to Justin Reinecke, one of our 6-Month Part-Time...

What's your story? By Ruan Booyens
02 07 2019
What’s your story? | Cine Alumni Feature Ruan Booyens

Since the beginning, Ruan Booyens, a graduate of our Cinematography for Content Creation programme (2018), has had a unique ability to put across a story. This year he has decided to join us again, but in a slightly different way - by producing a video-series that demonstrate the skills he's gained during his year in...

02 07 2019
Why do you do what you do? | Cine Alumni Feature Ruan Booyens

Since the beginning, Ruan Booyens, a graduate of our Cinematography for Content Creation programme (2018), has had a unique ability to put across a story. This year he has decided to join us again, but in a slightly different way - by producing a video-series that demonstrate the skills he's gained during his year in...

02 07 2019
2019 YEAR-END GRADUATION | CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR CONTENT CREATION

Congratulations to our wonderful One-Year Full-Time Cinematography for Content Creation programme Class of 2019. We celebrated the end of their formal education with us with a screening of their industry-ready showreels at our beautiful new venue - Form. Despite the powercuts, more than 100 guests came to support these vibrant students and celebrate what they've...

01 07 2019
Journal Entries from Durban to Cape Town | AIR 2019

REFLECTIVE JOURNAL ORMS 2019: Personal entries by Thalente while on commute from Durban to Cape Town. 13 June 2019: 8H30 PM I am sitting in this bus of which should’ve been a plane, but the universe said no my girl I want you to experience this journey as organic as I can make it to...

30 06 2019
Our Selected 2019 Artist / Photographer in Residence

We are proud to announce our selected photographer for our Artist in Residence Programme for 2019 - Thalente Khomo. The residency itself will run for the duration of a month starting Friday, 14 June, for four weeks to Friday, 12 July. During this time, the artist/photographer in question will have access to a studio with...

16 04 2019
Seven Photographers Who Are Rewriting Street Photography’s Rigid Rules | Vice

These photographers are finding new ways of making pictures in public space: some staged, some digitally altered, all with uninhibited grit. Written by Jon Feinstein // Vice. In the nearly two centuries since Daguerre's classic 1838 Parisian street scene, exposed for several minutes, miraculously capturing two men who stayed still long enough to show up on the...

09 04 2019
Hands-on Experience VS Long, Boring Lectures | With 2018 Cine Graduate Johann Rademeyer

Before starting the programme, I was more excited to get my RPL than the actual programme itself. But after the first couple of days, I realised that I definitely made the right decision, and in the end, it was one of the best years of my life. Being able to go into class every day...

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