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Welcome to Lephephe Print Gatherings 3
Lephephe is a regular experiment in the distribution of printed material. It aims to foster and nurture the space for publishing outside the normative structures.

Lephepe is also a space for workshops, conversations, performances, launches…

A selection of material from the reading/archive room, Keleketla! Library
The reading/archive room will be located on the first floor, in the Keleketla! Library space hosted by Nikita Manyeula and Lephephe team. In this room you are welcome to relax and explore our historical and current material ranging from Staffrider, Medu newsletters to Public[a]ction, Chimurenga, Keleketla! Library publications and many others. We have in our care zines and educational material from South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, India, Zimbabwe and Ecuador as well as publications on cultural work Senegal and Maseru. Unfortunately, for now, the material is for on-site references only, for now. Photocopy facility will be on site.

Entrance is free throughout the day until 7.30pm. This edition of Lephephe is defined by partnerships and collectivities. It occurs alongside Who writes his_tory? performances, readings, Wikipedia writing workshop (Edit-a-thon) on art, feminism, social justice and education. This takes place from 11am until 6pm.

At 7pm we introduce the special partner Boda Boda Lounge presenting a selection of new video art from the African world, presented in Johannesburg by the Visual Arts Network of South Africa (VANSA)

We are also partnering with iPhupho L’ka Biko who are, in the words of Njabulo Zwane, the keepers of a ‘The Dream to See Ourselves Clearly’. iPhupho L’ka Biko will be joined by Urban Village,

Venue: Keleketla! Library @ King Kong
6 Verwey Street, Troyeville, Johannesburg

Doors open at 11 am
17 November 2018

R100 from 7.30pm
Lephephe is children-friendly, anti-racist and anti-sexist.

Your co-hosts:
This edition of Lephephe is produced with love and care by Keleketla! Library, The Beautyful Ones, Boitumelo Motau and Malebona Maphutse in partnership with Who writes his_tory?, iPhupho L’ka Biko and Boda Boda Lounge.

Special thanks to King Kong building, our biggest enabler.

Keleketla! Library
Keleketla! Library is a platform for collaborative, experimental, projects. We strive to transform space into a place where multiple narratives can exist and/to challenge dominant narratives.

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