[WATCH] Transfiguration, ancestral jazz on Day 4 of Virtual National Arts Fest
It's Day 4 of the National Arts Festival after the first-ever online edition kicked off on Thursday (25 June).
Sunday's line-up includes Liso's ancestral jazz and Palesa Flory's After God's Own Heart, where the audience uses social media to decide the fate of a young woman killed in a taxi accident
In Swan Song, Buhle Ngaba creates a character who is "black, young and raw and born with a winged scapula that becomes a symbol of her constant struggle with her sense of belonging."
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Check out what's on offer on Sunday in the two videos below:
There's a feast of performance art on offer on Saturday - take a look.Read More
Festival curator Alan Webster says this year's line up features many young artists from across South Africa.Read More
Cape Town-born director, composer and writer Adam Donen is premiering his audio drama 'Nixon in Agony' at the virtual National Arts Festival.Read More
Book tickets to the Standard Bank Virtual Jazz Festival and receive a 20% discount when you pay with your Standard Bank card.Read More
Acoustic folk-rock band Hatchetman will entertain online audiences on the virtual Fringe (vFringe) 'stage' as part of a reimagined National Arts Fest.Read More
Take a look at what's lined up for the first day of the festival.Read More