Home Lost: First Annual Workshop of the South-South Forum, invites South African artist Nobukho Nqaba, and collaborator Shariffa Ali, to perform at the Hood Museum of Art.
Please note: administrative support of the Home Lost Workshop is provided by The Leslie Center for the Humanities.
Home Lost: the First Annual Workshop of the South-South forum presents an art opening for South African fine art photographer and performance artist Nobukho Nqaba at the Hood Museum of Art, Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 at 5:00pm. The opening will feature a performance by Nqaba, in collaboration with fellow artist Shariffa Ali. Their performance piece will be followed by a reception in the Russo Atrium.
“I am inspired by how people choose or are forced to live their lives; I focus on these life coincidences, when things are planned or unplanned and the results that come. I hope that when people look at my work they identify with these issues, so the work creates awareness and a dialogue that is worthy of being discussed.” -Nobukho Nqaba
Nobukho Nqaba was born in Butterworth, Eastern Cape (1992) and moved to Grabouw (1998) where she attended a farm school for three years. Nqaba graduated from Michaelis School of Fine Art (UCT) in 2012. In the same year she was awarded the Tierney Fellowship, mentored by Svea Josephy and Jean Brundrit. Nqaba went on to complete her postgraduate diploma in teaching (also at UCT).
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information on the Home Lost Workshop roundtable schedule please go to this link: https://sites.dartmouth.edu/laaa/ssf-2019-home-lost/
Sponsors of the Home Lost Workshop include: The Leslie Center for the Humanities, Office of the Provost, Dean of the Faculty, Associate Dean For International Studies and Interdisciplinary Programs, Guarini School for Graduate Studies, Ethics Institute, Dickey’s Center, Mellon Faculty Fellows, Department of History, Department of English, School House, Department of Sociology, West House, Dean of the Social Sciences, Department of Theater, Department of Religion, African and African American Studies Program, Department of Art History, South House, Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies Program, The Hood Museum of Art
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.