See this, do that: Joburg | 22–28 March 2016

In between all the public holidays there are still some great creative events to check out, including a film screening of a fantastic local documentary, an I See A Different You exhibition and more. 

Tuesday 22 – Wednesday 23 March 2016

The Boers at the end of the world film screening

In a remote stretch of Patagonia, Argentina, there is, unbelievably, a 100- year-old community that speaks Afrikaans. After the destruction of the war against the British, these Boers sailed across the ocean to start a new life. This award-winning documentary is a portrait of the last days of the community and one family’s efforts to reconnect with South Africa. More info on the Facebook event page. Read our interview with the director here

The Bioscope, 286 Fox Street, Maboneng // 7:30pm

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Thursday 24 March 2016

We See You, by I See A Different You

I See A Different You extend a personal invitation to a photographic essay entitled We See You. The exhibition consists of a selection of photographs that portrays young people in both the UK and South Africa, recognizing and validating their right to choose who they are and what they will become. More info on Facebook

Constitution Hill, 11 Kotze Street, Braamfontein // 7pm  

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Saturday 26 March 2016 

Public Places, a temporary poetry space by Nicholas Rawhani

Public Places is an experimental mixed-media poetry installation happening for ONE DAY ONLY at Kalashnikovv Gallery, Braamfontein. Entrance is free and there’s nothing to buy. Come to feel. Nicholas Nabil Tebogo Rawhani is a photographer, narrative artist, poet, student and one-third of The Uncultured Club. More info on Facebook

Kalashnikovv Gallery, 153 Smit Street, Braamfontein // 11am

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