Berea Mail | Lorna Charles:
The Durban University of Technology’s third annual DigiFest this Friday, 9 and Saturday, 10 September is set to open the University’s City Campus doors to the public for a series of live art activations, exhibitions, innovations, panel discussions, workshops, music, theatre, poetry, comedy, dance and food.
The opening night, this Friday, 9 September, begins with a DUT Alumni fundraising event for the Missing Middle campaign, a funding support initiative for students. It also features live performance by the award-winning a-capella trio The Soil, and includes the launch of the 24th International Symposium on Electronic Art, (#ISEA2018), which takes place in Durban in 2018 – the first time on African soil… Read more
Image: Glenwood’s Steve Jones has put together an exciting line-up of events for the DUT DigiFest