We’ve recently updated the ESAACH website and encourage you to visit it (more on the project). The online component of the project takes the form of a wiki. The idea behind using this type of software is that members of the public – including but not limited to the academic and arts communities – can […]
ESAACH Launch held at the Pietermaritzburg Campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, with Minister of Arts and Culture Pallo Z. Jordan. 27 March 2009
Professor Graham Stewart and Niall McNulty co-presented an overview of the ESAACH Verbal Arts project at the inaugural FAD Forum at the Durban University of Technology (DUT). The session generated a lot of discussion around how the other sections of the Encyclopaedia could be populated and the involvement of DUT programmes in this initiative.
Together with Professor Graham Stewart, I presented a paper on the Encyclopaedia of South African Arts, Culture and Heritage at the recent Art and Social Justice Conference held at the Durban University of Technology. Abstract “ …straight ahead the memory beckons from the future you and I a tribe of colours this song that dance […]