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Infecting the City 2015 is Crownfunding

Infecting the City 2015 is crowdfunding

The Africa Centre has launched a new partnership with the crowdfunding platform Thundafund to expand the scope and scale of artworks showcased in Infecting the City (ITC) 2015.

This will be the eighth iteration of this annual, multi-disciplinary public arts festival scheduled to take place in the public spaces of Cape Town in March 2015.

A selection of artists shortlisted for ITC 2015 is participating in this campaign with the goal of raising 50% of their production costs. The Africa Centre will match this, securing their place in the final ITC 2015 programme.

Infecting the City’s crowdfunding campaign will run for roughly 6 weeks, until Tuesday, 16 December 2014. Each one of the eleven artworks for which we are currently crowdfunding has a unique profile on the Thundafund website:

Dubito ergo by New World Dance Theatre

Ellipsis by Siphumeze Khundayi, Sethembile Msezane & Sonia Radebe

FeedBack Loop by Rhodes University Fine Arts Department

I Am A Sex Worker by Umzekelo Drama Group

Iqhiya Emnyama (the black cloth) by Cindy Mkaza-Siboto

The Open City Project by Wesley Pepper and Andrew Whisper

Picturing The City by Rose Mudge

Surface Passing by Galina Juritz, Roger Young and Kurt Human

Trapped by Themba Mbuli

Un-mute by Unmute Dance Company

Yellow Sunday by Koleka Putuma and Nicole Fortuin

Please browse the artworks on offer, and support your favourite projects by making an online donation. Each donation category entitles you to a unique set of rewards in acknowledgement of your generosity.

Follow Infecting the City on: Twitter @InfectingtheCT | Facebook | YouTube

Follow the campaign via the official hashtags: ITC2015 and InfectingCT

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