Posted by | February 6, 2020
Lampost Luminaries’ Fellowship Womxn Photographers

Following a rigorous selection process from a nation-wide open call, four womxn photographers and videographers have been selected for the first-ever Lampost Luminaries fellowship 2020, an intensive 10-month upskill programme...

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Mandoncu, 2019. Thalente Khomo.
Posted by | July 19, 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...

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Posted by | July 11, 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...

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Posted by | July 8, 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...

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Posted by | July 1, 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...

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Posted by | August 10, 2018
Mokwena Macquena Mac Quene | Artist in Residence Exhibition Launch

On Thursday evening, 2 August 2018 we welcomed many of you to the exhibition launch of our latest Artist in Residence, Jabu Nadia Newman.   Jabu Nadia Newman is an...

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Posted by | July 10, 2018
Week 3 in review

This week has been particularly difficult. I had gotten the scans back for my medium format images. It was the first time working with the Bronica and that weekend of shooting...

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Posted by | July 3, 2018
Ma’s 81st | In Review

This weekend was crucial because it was my grandmother’s 81st and I had committed to attending church on Sunday morning. It’s 7 am on Sunday morning and I’m going through...

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