The Performing Arts Centre of the Free State (PACOFS) has launched a multi-year artistic programming spanning three financial years. This approach is aimed at achieving sustainability and consistency as far as scheduling shows is concerned, while creating a platform for artists to express their creativity.
Writer, activist and art critic Tshiamo Malatji walked out of O Tseleng Jeso almost a year ago when it showed. Finally, he has decided to tell us why he couldn’t stand the production.
Even as she suffered an asthma attack just moments before her time on stage, Noxy still lived up to her vows of loving and respecting the arts—in sickness and in health, reports Ace Moloi
Bella Medupi le Tshika Matsha, ka kgolaganyo le Setheo-Ditiragatso sa Freistata (Pacofs), ba ne ba epile pitso mo maitseboeng a Labotlhano. Mpho Matsitle, mophatlhalatsi wa ART STATE, o ne a le teng mme o latlhela la motlapitsong.
The prohibition is over, the doors of culture are open, and the lights are back on at the Performing Arts Centre of the Free State. ART STATE publisher Mpho Matsitle spent six interesting nights there and chooses to kiss and tell.