Call for submissions: book on Africa’s informal transport workers

Call for chapter submissions to an edited volume focusing on the micropolitics of informal public transport in contemporary urban Africa.

Contribute: Visualising Contested Cities

This conference challenges people to see cities and the struggle for their past, present and future in a new light, and to do so by gathering an international set of creative projects in one place.


Call for papers: Sustainable building and infrastructure provision in the Nigerian educational sector

The maiden edition of the International Conference on Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure (ICOSBIN), will be held at the International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan (Ibadan, Nigeria), from 31 May to 2 June 2016.


Symposium: Hybrid Architectures — Case Studies on the African Continent

Call to submit to and attend an architectural symposium aiming to mix various media and expositive methodologies from video screenings.

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Love triangle: Addis Video Art Festival call for entries

Opportunity to submit to and attend a video art festival that aims to create a dialogue between local and international artists in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


Call for papers: Rural-Urban Connections in Sub‐Saharan Africa

The conference addresses the dynamic relationships between rural and urban transformations in sub-Saharan Africa, which is also the focus of the ongoing EU funded research project RurbanAfrica.


Submission of listings for Art Week Joburg 2015

Art Week Joburg 2015 is launching an open call for events and exhibitions to be listed as part of this year’s line-up.

Infecting the City

Curatorial and Artworks Call for Infecting the City 2016

This call is for both curators and public artists for Infecting the City 2016, which will be held 7th – 12th of March in Cape Town.

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Open Call: Addis Video Art Festival

The Addis Video Art Festival is accepting submissions under the theme “new home.”


Call for Submissions: International Images Film Festival 2015

IFF was described as the most important festival in Zimbabwe by The Namibian Weekender in 2009. This is increasingly true. With South Africa dominating the regional fiction film industry through a growing number of productions and many international film festivals, and with Dockanema in Mozambique and the South African Encounters being flag bearers for Southern African documentary, IIFF was conceived to give Zimbabwean film practice a competitive edge by focusing on women’s creativity.

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