Sorry, I have been a lazy blogger as of late but this directly translates into a busy consultant. Check out this great new project, the Archival Platform, run by Harriet Deacon. The Archival Platform’s aim is to facilitate dialogue and information sharing between professionals, academics and government employees in the heritage and archive sector. From […]
I went up to Lesotho a couple of weeks back on a research trip and visited the Morija Museum and Archive. It is located about an hour from Maseru, in a charming little village, and well worth a visit.
I went out to inspect the INK Community Digital Hub with Betsie Greyling and Sipho Zulu from the Ulwazi Programme last week. We are holding an event there as part of the INK Fair taking place towards the end of June. The purpose of the Hub is to create a sustainable Information and Communication Technology […]
On Thursday I attended the African Commons workshop on Copyright, Access and Digitisation. It was held at the Phansi Museum in Durban, which is fast becoming one of my favourite places in the city. They now have a coffee shop and live music venue as well as arguable the best collection of functional African art […]