After seeing three well marketed shows that were concomitantly well attended, ART STATE publisher Mpho Matsitle looks into the state of marketing the arts in the city.
Among the many things I do for a living, I write. I’ve been writing professionally for over five years now, and my writings – like this text – have always been in English.
For this instalment of State of Mangaung Arts, ART STATE publisher opts for a thought experiment rather than a reflection.
ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi dreams about his desired state of Mangaung art.
ART STATE Publisher Mpho Matsitle calls out breakers of promises in the Mangaung art scene.
Editor Ace Moloi gives an abridged report of ART STATE’s first semester.
ART STATE publisher Mpho Matsitle offers a truncated month-to-month account on the State of Mangaung Arts for the year 2017.
Senior Writer Thato Rossouw reviews Sipho Mnyakeni’s anthology Dear Oliver Tambo.
Oliver Reginald Tambo is a migrant revolutionary who fathered this nation from exile, writes Ace Moloi.
When poetry shows are attended by audiences who are attracted to the art and not narcissistic proclivities, both the poet and the industry grow, says Mpho Matsitle.