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advocacy organisation
that defends the rights of Lesbians, Transgender
and Intersex persons
in Africa. 

 

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EVENTS

 

QUEER IN AFRICA:

CONFRONTING THE CRISIS

 

Cape Town, 11 June 2014

A photogallery on the Critically Queer exhibition curated by Jabu Pereira from Iranti-org, and the colloquium on the crisis in Africa, curated by Dr Zethu Matebeni from Huma, UCT. Neo Musangi performed at the Jammie Stairs at UCT. Their performance is titled, Killing The Dead.

Neo Musangi

Neo Musangi writes on the chalk board ‘Galatians I Corinthians’ at the beginning of their performance Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi
Neo Musangi

Neo peels a carrot during their silent Performance at the Jammie stairs, UCT Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Neo Musangi

Inking of the bible as they demonstrates as part of the performance. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Audience

Audience watch attentively to Neo Musangi’s silent Performance Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi
 Jack Harrison-Quintana and Amelie Zurn-Galansky

Global Transgender Research Advocacy Program (GTRAP) team attended Jack Harrison-Quintana and Amelie Zurn-Galansky, moved by Neo’s performance
Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Neo in Audience

Neo Musangi engages with the audience at the end of their performance. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Selogadi  Mamphane

Selogadi Mamphane during her Chromotherapy performance at the Old Zoo the Queer in Africa Exhibition, Huma UCT. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Selogadi  Mamphane

Overview performance titled, Chromatherapy. Selogadi Mampane at the opening of Critically Queer exhibition, Huma,UCT. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi
Neo Musangi tearing a bible

Neo Musangi shows emotions by tearing apart the bible in their performance. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Sandra Ntebi  and Unoma Azuah

Sandra Ntebi and Unoma Azuah at Chromotherapy Performance, Huma UCT Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi
Neo Musangi and Jabu C. Pereira

Neo Musangi and Jabu C. Pereira, co-founders of Iranti-org shared their experiences on arts and activism in Africa at the symposium, hosted by Huma,UCT Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Opening of Critically Queer Reclaiming Afrikan

The opening of the exhibition of Critically Queer & book launch of Reclaiming Afrikan at Centre for African Studies Gallery, Huma UCT. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Umlilo

Members of the music group Umlilo pose before their performance. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Umlilo

Back view of a music performance by Umlilo Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Umlilo

Lead singer of Umlilo during they music performance. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

Panelists

The panellist at the symposium engaging about the crisis in Africa on sexuality and gender identity. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi
Dr Zethu Matebeni and one Prof Gloria Wekker

Dr Zethu Matebeni and one Prof Gloria Wekker from Utrecht University engaged in a dialogue with the audience. Prof. Wekker provided some closing remarks.
Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi
Dr Zethu Matebeni

Dr Zethu Matebeni, facilitating the symposium: Queer in Africa: Confronting the Crisis, Huma ,UCT. Photo by Kelebogile Ntladi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 
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