ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi writes about The Curse of Teko Modise, a book about the life of Teko Modise, written by Nikolaos Kirkinis and published by Jacana Media.
“Don’t take things so seriously. Play around. Always be kind.” ~ Willem Esterhuyse, actor, writer, director.
“I look up to all artists who truly do it for the sake of making art and not for selfish gain.” ~ Saree van Coppenhagen, performing artist.
“No one is you—and that’s your power.” ~ John Paka, artist
“Every person has a gift they can use to change someone’s life. I have discovered mine. Have you?” ~ Tumi Mohutsioa, award-winning actress
ART STATE editor Ace Moloi reflects on the passing of Flaxman Qoopane, his life and legacy.
Editor Ace Moloi gives an abridged report of ART STATE’s first semester.
Mangaung is gearing up to have its own Love, Crime and Johannesburg play, reports Ace Moloi.
ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reports about the recently held dance and drama festival at Pacofs.
If the primary function of art is to be a carrier of tradition and customs, then Kgolo Tlola Pitsa is the most powerful weapon in the hands of Batswana, writes Ace Moloi.