The Gordon Institute of Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA) has partnered with the Africa Centre on this public arts festival, which is running from 12 – 16 March 2013. Rose-Innes worked on Green Lion during her 2012 Donald Gordon Creative Arts Fellowship at GIPCA.
The discussions will include readings from the book and time for questions. The first will be held on Tuesday 12 March and the second will be on Thursday 14 March, both at 6:15 PM.
Don’t miss it!
- Date: Tuesday, 12 March 2013 and Thursday 14 March
- Time: 6:15 PM
- Venue: District Six Museum’s Homecoming Centre,
15A Buitenkant Street,
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The Gordon Institute of Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA) partners with the Africa Centre in Infecting the (Mother) City with public art projects, from 12 – 16 March 2013.
Award-winning author Henrietta Rose-Innes discusses her work, Green Lion, and reads a few short extracts. This novel, developed during her tenure as Donald Gordon Creative Arts Fellow, explores extinction and the meanings of animal/human encounters, with particular reference to the historical and contemporary Cape. Beginning at a zoo-like institution devoted to recreating an extinct Cape lion, the narrative traces the relationship between a lion-keeper and the rare and elusive animal in his care. There will be opportunity for discussion and questions from the audience after the readings.
Henrietta Rose-Innes’s Green Lion discussion and reading will take place at the District Six Museum’s Homecoming Centre on Tuesday 12 and Thursday 14 March at 18:15. It is presented by The Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA), as part of the 2013 programme for the Infecting the City Public Arts Festival. For more information on the ITC programme see www.infectingthecity.com or www.gipca.uct.ac.za