AON Out & About 4 – 10 September 2017
Authentic African Art, Comedy, Music & Poetry – become inspired by the creativity all around us!
DOUBLE EXPOSURE, AN EXHIBITION AND BOOK LAUNCH BY LUKAS AMAKALI
Date: Monday, 4 September 2017 from 08:00 17:00
Join professional photographer Lukas Amakali as he takes us through the technique of Double Exposure with this photographic exhibition and book launch, to stimulate wider discussion about the role of photography as an abstract art form.
Depicting how the artist came upon and fell in love with the Double Exposure technique, this exhibition and book launch will teach the public about the use of analog cameras to superimpose two exposures in a single frame to overlay images. This very creative technique gives photographers endless possibilities to produce unique photos. With the coming of the digital era and Photoshop, Lukas Amakali wishes not to forget about the origin of photography using film, and teach the public about his passion to “save the film”.
FREE YOUR MIND! “FERNANDO TA FISH”
Venue: Warehouse Theatre
Fernando Tafish is the Funniest Angolan in Namibia and the only Angolan English speaking comedian in Africa.
In 2009 Fernando made his first appearance on FreeYourMind where he was crowned comedian of the night.
The ‘Crack Up Africa’ show will be based on the reality of the African way of living, the changes that have dramatically taken place within the African cultures and traditions.
Advance sales @ N$100 (closes at 17:00)
Door sales @ N$ 150
BANTU BEAMS SHOW
Join Ashwyn Mberi for a unique show featuring collaborations of different art forms including dancing, acting, music and poetry.
Bantu Beams is a celebration of Afro-Artistry in Southern Africa, narrated in poetry and music by Ashwyn Mberi.
Following the story of an African traveler and his ‘Sangoma’ guide seeking out the Bantu Beams, a group of creative superheroes who, when brought together, can save society from ‘drowning in its own darkness’.
N$60 advance, N$80 at the door