On Thursday 29 July UCT’s Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts(GIPCA) will be hosting a discussion entitled Present and Future Photography – Capturing the Present, Curating the Future, looking at the reGeneration2 – Tomorrow’s Photographers Today exhibition.

The discussion is a unique opportunity to learn more about this fascinating exhibition from co-curator William Ewing who will discuss how it illuminates current and future trends in photography. Ewing, who currently lives and works in London, is a globally respected curator, author and editor. His exhibitions have been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Centre Pompidou, Paris, amongst others.

The panel includes cultural critic, writer and editor Alexandra Dodd; Dr Litheko Modisane, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCT’s Social Anthropology Department and will be chaired by Professor Pippa Skotnes, Director of UCT’s Centre for Curating the Archive and initiator of the new curatorship programme at UCT.

The discussion starts at 17h30 for 18h00 at the Commerce Lecture Theatre, in the Commerce Building, UCT’s Hiddingh Campus, Orange Street, Cape Town. All are welcome to attend and entrance is free. For more details about this discussion and reGeneration2 exhibition, contact Nadja Daehnke –  021 480 7170 or nadja.daehnke@uct.ac.za.

Start: 29 Jul ’10 6:00 pm

End: 29 Jul ’10 7:00 pm

Cost: Free


Organizer: Michaelis Galleries

Phone: +27 21 480 7170

Venue: Commerce Lecture Theatre 

Address: Google Map 31-37 Orange Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa