RECENT STORIES AND ARTICLES
The electronic music festival takes place at Wits, 9-13 September.
Since the first festival in Johannesburg, 2005, Unyazi festivals have provided a platform for South Africa’s flourishing community of electronic composers and an interface with some of the most highly regarded international artists currently working in the field.
In 2014, Dr Justine Wintjes was awarded a three-year Thuthuka grant by the NRF for her project entitled, Archaeology and Visuality, Imaging as Recording: Returning the Frobenius Archives to the Landscape.
Last week, Matthew Hahn visited the Division of Drama, and interacted with students in Performance Studies 4, Arts Management and in Open Forum He spoke about studying abroad, specifically the St. Mary’s Study Aboard programme as well as more generally about other opportunities in London.
The 3rd year Wits Game Design students got the opportunity to pitch their ideas for a “Wits University game” to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Adam Habib. The teams got their wish and the VC urged them to be subversive and to stress the fun of being a student at Wits.