Life according to James Barnor offers an interdisciplinary view of the pivotal themes of his work. The exhibition aims to go beyond a rhetorical categorization of 40 years of photography and draws inspiration in particular from James Barnor's final photographs in Ghana in the 70's and 80's. Relatively unexplored, until now, they have emerged as symbols of the accomplishments of his work, characterized by a lightness, a freedom and joie de vivre that are shared by the subject in his photographs.
Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) in partnership with the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN), Wingoc, Veolia, and Wabag openly calls for Newcomer live musicians, vocalists, instrumentalists and bands to partake in the Celebratory Concert, World Music Day, which will take place on 26 June 2021.
To all lovers of French cinema we invite you from today, January 15 through February 15, 2021, to play your part in this year's festival! Across the globe, and from the comfort of your own home, you’ll have the opportunity to discover the best that Francophone cinema’s new generation has to offer.
B2Gold discovered Kapena while he was sketching in a shopping mall and decided to assist him to advance his career in visual arts. Kapena now draws with pencil and charcoal on paper, creating spectacular life-like images and long lasting memories of and for Namibians from all walks of life.