Twin Mosia

Twin Mosia is a multi-award-winning museum curator and activist from a small town of Mamafubedu in the Free State Province of South Africa. He has a passion for
reenacting, heritage, arts, culture and environment. He established a community museum which is currently running virtually to preserve, protect/or conserve and promote of the local history, culture- both tangible and intangible. The museum is also about creating the much needed employment opportunities,simulate efforts of social cohesion,peace/reconciliation in South Africa.

With his events and media management company;The Ingredients Productions, he is busy creating a community park from scratch after identifying an area of about 12ha next to the dam which the community nearly turn into a dumping site. Here he is not only conserving wildlife, birds,fish, flora and fauna - the park is be a space/hub where local creatives, social entrepreneurs, artists, crafters etc can come together and collaborate on ideas, sell products, perform through various events which could generate and grow the local economy. He has worked with local and Dutch film companies to bring South African War to life through reenacting many scenes depicting the role played by the Blacks during the Anglo Boer War 1899-1902; Black White and Khaki, Goede Hoop, HartsKombuis and Arnout Haubens Heldes.

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2019 Curatorial Intensive in Cape Town: Public Symposium

The Curatorial Intensive participants of the 2019 Cape Town program will each present their project proposals that they have been developing over the course of the program.

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Curatorial Intensive in Cape Town 2019

This November, ICI will organize the Curatorial Intensive in Cape Town, South Africa in collaboration with the Institute for Creative Arts at the University of Cape Town. The program will coincide with Infecting the City, the longest running public arts festival in the country, curated by Jay Pather.

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