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RECAP, July '93  : CAP newsletter
RECAP, July '93 : CAP newsletter
Current information about the activities of the Community Arts Project (CAP) in Cape Town.
Report on CAP's activities 1986
Report on CAP's activities 1986
A detailed report on activities of the activities of the Community Arts Project (CAP) in 1986
Rising Sun, Son Opkoms : Laphum'Ilanga Arts Festival,  1-10 December 1994
Rising Sun, Son Opkoms : Laphum'Ilanga Arts Festival, 1-10 December 1994
Programme for Laphum'Ilanga Arts Festival, 1-10 December 1994
Seminar Papers, Towards a National Culture, 1989 CAP Festival
Seminar Papers, Towards a National Culture, 1989 CAP Festival
Seminar papers by Neville Alexander, Kelwyn Sole, Eddie Moloka, Jaqui Nolte, Vuyile Cameron Voyiya, Vivienne Carelse, Johan Esterhuysen, Jay Pather and Patti Henderson. Includes full programme, with details of papers not published.
The CAP Theatre Company presents The Dogs Must Be Crazy!
The CAP Theatre Company presents The Dogs Must Be Crazy!
Flyer for 'The Dogs Must be Crazy' play performed by the Community Arts Project (CAP) Theatre Company, directed by Mike van Graan
The funding crisis: report to the staff and trustees of CAP on the events of May-June 1991
The funding crisis: report to the staff and trustees of CAP on the events of May-June 1991
In 1991 the Community Arts Project (CAP) faced a funding crisis which led to the retrenchment of staff and fewer projects. This is the commissioned report.
Through our own eyes
Through our own eyes
Essay and poem on Witdoeke attack on Nyanga residents, produced by Zolile Kwinana, a full-time visual arts student at the Community Arts Project (CAP), as part of media training component of course.
Untitled newsletter
Untitled newsletter
Incomplete mock up of a newsletter, presumably produced collectively by full-time visual arts students at the Community Arts Project (CAP). Included are essays on culture and the liberation struggle, resistance culture in Chile, cultural workers, and popular theatre ; poetry by Karen Press and CAP full-time students Billy Mandindi, Zolile Kwinana, Robert Siwangaza and Solomon Siko. Illustrations are by full-time students David Hlongwane, and Sipho Hlati, and part-time students Mawande Mtini, Thembinkosi Ntsele, Shepherd Xego, Tabo Magobiyane, and Xolile Mtakatya.
Visual and performing arts courses for child educators, drama and dance groups and the unemployed
Visual and performing arts courses for child educators, drama and dance groups and the unemployed
Brochure from the Community Arts Project giving details of the courses offered in 1995.
Visual and performing arts courses, July - October 1995 : Community Arts Project.
Visual and performing arts courses, July - October 1995 : Community Arts Project.
Brochure from the Community Arts Project (CAP) giving details of the courses offered in 1995. This was produced shortly before the introduction of Outcomes Based Education at CAP.
Why do we make art �?
Why do we make art �?
Quotes from staff and students at the Community Arts Project (CAP) about why they make art. Double-sided document, with English on one side, Xhosa on the other.
Worker
Worker
Newsletter written and produced by Henry de Leeuw, a full-time visual arts student at the Community Arts Project (CAP). The newsletter was produced as part of the media training component of the course. Included in the newsletter are: a short story entitled Through our eyes; art works; a poem entitled The unemployed : retrenchment and unemployment in South Africa.
reCAP, Feb'91 : CAP newsheet
reCAP, Feb'91 : CAP newsheet
Current information about the activities of the Community Arts Project (CAP) in Cape Town.

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