Geeking out on comic book documentaries

I am a bit of a comic book/superhero fanatic and find the whole comic/superhero concept really interesting. I love the stories, artwork and characters, and have been caught in a discussion or two about them as though they are real people. When a comic inspired movie opens at the cinema I am one of those…

A moment with…Petra Rolinec (8ties baby Photography)

In today’s technologically driven world, the existence of the point and shoot camera may be the best thing since sliced bread (only rivaled by the smart phone) for most of us. It allows us to capture memories without having to know too much about the mechanics of the camera. However, for some, those inner workings…

11th Annual Fête de la Musique

The 11th Fete de la Musique was held this past weekend at Botswana Craft in Gaborone. It was my first time attending this event though it has been going strong for some time. Therefore, I wasn’t sure what to expect or whether I’d enjoy myself at all but I went with an open mind. Entrance…

Africa is a Great Country to Photograph

Originally posted on Africa is a Country (Old Site):
Kicukiro, Kigali, Rwanda. Swedish photographer and visual artist Jens Assur has spent ten months producing an exhibition of 40 enormous-size, large-format photographs chronicling structural patterns in the everyday life of twelve of Africa’s rapidly-changing urban centers, currently showing at the Liljevalchs konsthall in Stockholm. And by some coincidence,…

Rhythm Art Poetry at Alliance Francaise

At the beginning of last month I attended the Rhythm art poetry event at Alliance Francaise in Gaborone. It is a series of events that has been going on for a while now however I was attracted to this particular one because it incorporated Graffiti in it. I don’t know much about graffiti personally but…

The Japanese film festival

About a week ago the Embassy of Japan here in Botswana in conjunction with New Capitol cinemas held a Japanese Film Festival. They show 4 movies over a 4 day period for free at the Game City Cinemas to help promote Japanese culture. They do it every year and for whatever reason, though I have…

Meet Les Twins

Its been a while since I have been moved by a dancer/dance crew but I have found one! Through some random link following I came across Les Twins. They are twin brothers of Guadalupean descent from France. They’re area of expertise is hiphop new style dancing and they do it quite well! They are also part of…