CAB Festival participants announced

CAB Festival participants announced

The Centre for Creative Arts at the University of KwaZulu-Natal is pleased to announce the cohort of writers and composers selected to participate in its inaugural “Cabaret and Beyond Festival” aimed at developing new works of musical theatre.   “We received 80 applications,” says Roland Perold, curator for the festival.

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Durban International Film Festival announces opening- and closing film

The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) will host the Durban International Festival (DIFF) from 22 July and 1 August 2021. Now celebrating its landmark 42nd year, this prestigious South African international film festival is a unique phenomenon on the African cultural calendar. This year the festival will

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Artfluence Human Rights Festival honours Sibongile Mngoma

Artfluence Human Rights Festival honours Sibongile Mngoma The Centre for Creative Arts has launched its inaugural Artfluence Human Rights Festival this afternoon by paying homage to opera singer Sibongile Mngoma for her activism to defend and fight for artists’ rights. The Centre has awarded her the inaugural Artfluence Human Rights

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CAB will offer a new ride for musical theatre writers

This week’s inaugural Artfluence Human Rights Festival, presented by the Centre for Creative Arts at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, will culminate with the announcement of yet one more new festival to be added to the Centre’s bouquet of annual festivals. The Cabaret and Beyond (CAB) Festival will be an annual

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Artfluence salutes ethical journalism on World Press Freedom Day

The Artfluence Human Rights Festival scheduled to open this week and presented by the Centre for Creative Arts at the University of Kwazulu-Natal embraces the importance of World Press Freedom Day. “We salute journalists whose work advances a culture of human rights and whose ethical journalism about the arts affirms

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