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Lady Anne Barnard “locked-in” Cape Town

Lady Anne Barnard “locked-in” Cape Town

Confined to barracks – Lady Anne wouldn't have had a problem with lockdown, especially in her later years when she lived like a recluse. She arrived in Cape Town 1797 and initially lived in the Castle of Good Hope where the barracks were (and still are). Lady Anne set...

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Bo-Kaap Culture Connect review

Bo-Kaap Culture Connect review

We met on a clear and sunny Saturday morning on the steps of the Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum at 71 Wale Street. The museum has just recently opened an exhibition after scholar Halim Gençoĝlu uncovered new details about the house’s history and connection with the notable...

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Political art in South Africa – overt and subtle

Political art in South Africa – overt and subtle

At a recent Parliament Tour, one Culture Connector asked: “Isn’t all art political?” This transported me back to my days as an art history student in the 1980s at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, where I first saw art through the prism of Marxism, feminism...

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