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Professor Phil Jones, currently visiting Wits as a Wits Mellon Distinguished Scholar in the Faculty of Humanities, will deliver his second public lecture on Thursday, 26 March 2015.
PANEL PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION
(Wits Theatre, 10 to 12 pm)
Panel: Enabling Children’s ‘voices’ through the Arts
Panel Chairperson: Cheraé Halley
Presenters and participants of the 7th Drama for Life, Africa Research Conference, “Power, Pedagogy, Praxis: The role of Theatre for Development in a contemporary global health context” are invited to…
Nedbank, with the assistance of the Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), seeks to unearth and empower talented young artists who will be given the opportunity to partner with Wall Mural…
Jones is visiting the Drama for Life division in the Wits School of Arts, and will kick off with a workshop on 18 March 2015, on The ‘inner child’…
Drama For Life in partnership with HEAIDS presents Future Beats Radio Drama Training and Production. A project aimed at delving into the understated; theatre of the mind.
Excavating the Personal: Choreographing the Archive
Venue: Wits Downstairs Theatre
Date: Monday, 9 March 2015
DFL PLAYBACK THEATRE COMPANY AT TOWNHALL
Date: Thursday 5th March 2015
Venue: Wits Nunnery Theatre
Emeritus Associate Professor, Dr Gay Morris will join Drama for Life, Wits University in March 2015 as part of Wits’ Distinguished Scholars Programme in the Faculty of Humanities.