Kudanwa Ngaphambi Kwemingqamu e-Africa Ne-JOMBA!

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Castelyn, S. 2021. Kudanwa Ngaphambi Kwemingqamu e-Africa Ne-JOMBA! 2021 JOMBA! Khuluma Digital. 6 (15), pp. 37-38.
AuthorsCastelyn, S.
Keywordscontemporary dance; JOMBA!; dance film; Mozambique; South Africa; Uganda; Madagascar; Benin
Journal2021 JOMBA! Khuluma Digital
Journal citation6 (15), pp. 37-38
Year2021
PublisherThe Centre for Creative Arts, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Web address (URL)https://jombafestival.medium.com/dancing-across-african-borders-with-jomba-s-african-crossings-platform-2c5ca29c4b56
https://jomba.ukzn.ac.za/khuluma/
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Online31 Aug 2021
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Deposited01 Mar 2022
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Preview article on JOMBA’s “African Crossings” Platform in both isiZulu and English. The article covers 'IN-BOX!!' choreographed and performed by Bernardo “Pak Ndjamena” Guiamba with filmmaker Ivan Barros, 'In my mind' by Marcel Gbeffa, 'Alienation' by Robert Ssempijja, and Gaby Saranouffi’s dance film 'FACE(S) OF BASADI' which emerges from her collaboration with photographer Jodi Bieber.

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