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“Letter writing as a technology of the past present and futures”: A New Project for 2020

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When the projectLetters to/from Cairo, Dehli, Gwangju/Cologne, Johannesburg & Richmond: Letter writing as a technology of the past present and futures” started, the method was a meditation on Fantasy, Thought, Feeling and Speculation as Action” through a set/suite of questions, prompts and propositions:  



Critical Literary Arts in Action: The Decolonial Project of Ba re e ne re within and beyond Lesotho

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In this article Lineo Segoete and Zachary Rosen of the Maseru Working Group explore the historical construction of literary infrastructure established in Lesotho. Building on an analysis of Sesotho language orthography by Dr Litšepiso Matlosa, the pair recall the colonial genesis of written Sesotho by Swiss and French missionaries. As a result of this influence, Lesotho’s written Sesotho remains embedded with marks of orthographic inconsistency. The legacies of written language in Lesotho inform the relationships the Basotho have with literature.



ARAC Working Groups Contribute to the Another Roadmap School’s Multivocal Glossary of Arts Education (February 2019)

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Since 2016, a core initiative within the Another Roadmap School has been to continuously work on a multivocal glossary of Arts Education.



Fulbright Specialist Recommends that Learning Units created by the Kampala Working Group are used as Templates for Art School Curricula (August 2019)

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The US-based artist and art educator Sherry Erskine spent a semester in residence at the Nagenda International Academy of Art in Design (NIAAD), home of the Kampala Working Group. While she was at NIAAD, Sherry, who is a Fulbright Specialist in World Learning, both observed teaching and reviewed curricula.



Another Roadmap Africa Cluster (ARAC) participation in the #Im4thearts Capacity Building Winter School (22-24 June 2020)

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Formed in January 2020, #Im4theArts is an artist-led movement for the rights of all workers in the South African arts sector with 18,000 Facebook and 800 formally registered members that are working for accountability and economic sustainability in the creative sector. The #Im4theArts Winter School was a response to members’ needs for capacity-building. As part of the Winer School, ARAC members Christian Nyampeta (Nyanza Working Group) and David Andrew (Johannesburg Working Group) participated in the first of three online Zoom sessions on the State of Arts Education in South Africa.