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Chronic posters on the streets of Yeoville

Posted 09 October 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | No Comments

Stop press

Posted 04 October 2011 | By | Categories: in the newsroom, news & events | No Comments

The Chronic coming off the print press pics by Pamela Meyers

Chronic Street Poster 5

Posted 03 October 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | 3 Comments

Do you want to die here or at home? The fifth of our Chronic posters is out on the streets! Download the PDF here. Get Poster 1 , Poster 2 , Poster 3 and Poster 4.

The Chronic goes Göteborg

Posted 30 September 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | No Comments

The Chimurenga Chronic is in Sweden as part of the Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art. These scenes capture the Chronic poster campaign on the streets of Göteborg. Watch out for the Chronic “Reading Room,” an installation that invites visitors to the Göteborg International Biennial to engage the newspaper as a historic medium, which opens […]

Chronic Street Poster 4

Posted 26 September 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | No Comments

Everyone who can is building a wall The forth of our Chronic posters is out on the streets! Download the PDF here. Get Poster 1 , Poster 2 and Poster 3.

The Chronic – out on Black Wednesday, 19 Oct 2011!

Posted 23 September 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | 6 Comments

The Chronic is distributed on the streets and in bookstores from Black Wednesday*, 19 October 2011: • in Southern Africa through Chimurenga; • in West Africa through Cassava Republic Press; • in East Africa through Kwani; • in the USA and Europe through Idea Books. * 34 years ago, on Black Wednesday, 19 October 1977, […]

African writers killing African publishing in Jozi

Posted 21 September 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | No Comments

The third of our Chronic street posters is up! Watch out for “Are African writers killing African publishing?” on your street! Download your copy of the poster here (and get our previous posters, here and here)

Are diplomats immune from xenophobia? in Joburg

Posted 19 September 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | No Comments

The second of our Chronic street posters hit Joburg last week. (Watch out for the next installment: ‘Are African writers killing African publishing?‘ on your street this week. ) Download your copy of the poster here (and get our first poster, Why is North Korea celebrating the African renaissance? here)

Chronic Street Poster 3

Posted 19 September 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | No Comments

Are African writers killing African publishing? The third of our Chronic posters is out on the streets! Download the PDF here. Get Poster 1 & Poster 2.

Are diplomats immune from xenophobia? in Cape Town

Posted 14 September 2011 | By | Categories: news & events | No Comments

The second of our Chronic street posters is up! Watch out for “Are diplomats immune from xenophobia?” on your street! Download your copy of the poster here (and get our first poster, Why is North Korea celebrating the African renaissance? here)

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