How To . . . Put A Portfolio Together
In this short two-minute video, we will take you through the steps required to put a convincing and comprehensive 5-10 page portfolio together, showing your creative work at its best. Professor Lesley Lokko, Sumayya Vally, Sarah de Villiers and two current students will take you through the process, explaining how to combine text with images, what to show, what not to show . . . everything you need to gain access to the GSA! For a really good example of what's coming, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8EgQbuLfjw, a video by the University of Sydney, available on YouTube.
Critical Practice Seminar #2
In this two-day seminar, Visiting Research Fellow Chiara Ingrosso will show a project entitled The Citytellers by the Italian photographer and filmmaker Francesco Jodice, a trilogy about three different global cities: Sao Paolo, Aral and Dubai. The Citytellers explores the transformations of today’s megalopolises, particularly in terms of new social, political, economic and religious phenomena. The following day, students in the seminar group will explore parts of Johannesburg to make an adjunct short film to The Citytellers, ‘telling Johannesburg through the cinema.’
Semester 2 Kick-Off!
Join HoS and GSA staff in the GSA Seminar Space on Monday 23 July to kick off the second semester of 2018! We'll be sharing events, deadlines and plans for the last four months of the year. Don't miss these important announcements!
Two new Critical Practice Seminars!
In Semester 2, we're delighted to announce two new seminars/presentations. On 23 August, Iván-Nicholas Cisneros of Princeton University will be presenting his award-winning thesis project, 140-Mile Third Space of Social and Economic Re-order In-betwixing the Mexico/US Geopolitical Order of Things: The Disruptive Betweenity of the Betwixt Cannabis Menagerie. And on 25 & 26 September, Bartlett doctoral student, Thandi Loewenson, will be presenting her work, Fiction as a Form of Combat: Field Manoeuvres in the Realms of the Weird and the Tender. Details to follow!
Unit 17 Student in France!
Senzo Mambo (Unit 17) returns from the Confluence Summer School in France on Monday 16 July! According to Senzo, 'we worked tirelessly with Odile Decq and Sir Peter Cook. It has been an extraordinary and humbling experience: truly beyond my expectations!' We're looking forward to seeing Senzo return safely home.
Unit 12 Q3 Kick-Off Reviews
Join a panel of local and international critics at Unit 12's Q3 Kick-Off Reviews on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 July. Reviews will be held at MOAD, Maboneng. Check our Facebook and Instagram posts for times.