Thursday, October 6, 2011
AFH sends warm greetings and hopes that you are having a pleasant year thus far. Please receive our newsletter of the month of September. All comments and letters are welcome.
Art for Humanity: what is art?
AFH defines art as that which is created to inspire all of humanity with freedom of expression, the quest for excellence, pride, dignity, and respect for individual rights, reflection and heritage.
In this month’s issue:
- Dalai Lama Denied a Visa
Dialogue among Civilizations
- Dialogue Among Civilizations Publication Available
- Dialogue Among Civilizations Review
- Interview with Tunisian Artist, Nicene Kossentini
Women for Children
- Under Control - Q & A with Angela Buckland
- A look back at Women’s Month
- ‘Precious Cargo’ by Ernestine White and ‘Her Elements of Life’ by Chantel Erfort
Break the Silence
- Real Stories Gallery
- "Yehoshua Comforting an Aids Victim" by Mduduzi Xakaza
- Themba Shibase Finalist for 2011 Sovereign Africa Art Prize
- Njabulo Ngobese – Media Intern 2011
- ASJ Conference
- 5th International Entertainment Education Conference - New Delhi November 17-20, 2011
- FNB Art Festival 2011
- The Power of a poem
Click HERE the link to view our September/October 2011 Newsletter
Thireshni Sanasy & Njabulo Ngobese
AFH Media Team
Art for Humanity
(Formerly Artists for Human Rights)
C/o Fine Art
Durban University of Technology
Tel: +27 (31) 373 6610
Art for Humanity...'the art of human rights'