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Boekbedonnerd IV: Final Programme


2011-10-19

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Boekbedonnerd IV is happening in Richmond from 27–29 October 2011!

Thursday 27 October
9:00–9.30 Official opening: Darryl David – from booktown to picture-book town 
9.30–10.00 Yvonne du Toit Documentary – Tretchikoff: The People’s Painter
10.00–10.45 Deon Meyer – 7 dae       
10.45–11.15 Tea
11.15–12.00 Obie Oberholzer – Diesel & Dust
12.00–13.00 Ivan Vladislavic – Double Negative 
12.30–13.00 David Robbins – Keith Alexander: The Artist in Retrospect 
1.00–2.00 Lunch

2.00–2.30

Sandile Ngidi – South Africa’s Poet Laureates     
2.30–3.00 Jan Hoevers – Van Kerk en Dorp 
3.00 – 3.30 Ian Van Straaten – Karoo Nights          
3.30 – 4.00 Pauw Steyl Op die Postkar deur Houtteniqualand en die Langkloof
1.00 – 2.00 Lunch
Friday 28 October
9.00–10.00 Mongane Wally Serote – Revelations ...  and Reflections on a Life of Struggle
10.00–10.30 Kobus Moolman – Light and After –  A Poetry Reading  
10.30–11.00 Petrovna Metelerkamp – Ingrid Jonker    
11.00–11.30 Tea
11.30–12.00 Gordon Froud – Leonard Cohen    
12.00–12.30 Albert Troskie – The Pipe Organ Heritage Of SA   
12.30–1.00 Jann Bader  – The African Bonsai        
1.00– 2.00 Lunch
2.00 – 2.30 Lina Spies – Die Dagboek Van Anne Frank
2.30 – 3.00 Marie Heese – The Double Crown   
3.00 – 3.30  Michael De Jongh – The Karretjie People      
3.30 – 4.30 Albie Sachs – Are The Beautiful People Born 
5.00 – 6.00 Albert Troskie  – Organ Recital (Ng Kerk)
Saturday 29 October
9.00–10.00 Antjie Krog – A Selection Of Readings/Discussions From
Her Oeuvre 
10.00–10.30 Louise Viljoen – Ons Ongehoorde Soort – Beskouings Oor Die Werk Van Antjie Krog      
10.30–11.00 Willemien Brummer – Tussen Feit En Fiksie
11.00–11.30 Tea
11.30–12.15 Ivan Vladislavic – The Cold Storage Club / Oblique         
12.15–13.00 Roger Ballen – Dorps
1.00–2.00 Lunch
2.00–2.30 Marie Jorritsma – Sonic Spaces of The Karoo
2.30–3.00 Angie Butler – The Quest for Frank Wild
3.00–3.30 Chris Nicholson – Wagner & Hitler
3.30–4.00 Dana Snyman– Drie Reisigers aan die Woord


WHAG brings art to the people


The William Humphrey’s Art Gallery (WHAG) will be bringing an Exhibition of original South African graphic prints to be enjoyed by the people of Richmond and BookFees goers. The Exhibition will include works by Walter Battiss, Pippa and Cecil Skotnes, Peter Clarke, Sam Nhlegethwa , Dumisani Mabaso and a number of other fabulous South African Artists.

This Exhibition is a MUST-SEE!! It will be on display at the MAP Gallery from:
Thursday the 27th to Saturday 29th of October – ALL DAY!


National Library of South Africa Disaster Management & Recovery

The Book Preservation Services of the National Library in CT will be hosting a fully comprehensive two day workshop on Thursday and Friday, October 27 & 28th from 8:30am to 3:30pm. The course will cover (mind the pun) the recovery of water damaged books, their restoration as well as general book care and repair.  A certificate of attendance will be presented.  Interested parties may contact:

Douwe Drijfhout, Preservation Services, National Library of South Africa, Pretoria, Tel 012-401-9705/00
email douwe.drijfhout@nlsa.ac.za


Architectural Walk About Richmond

Leaving from BTRHQ at 10:30am sharpish Saturday with local architectural authority on some of the unique architecture found in the dorp and some insights into how the styles and buildings evolved.


Modern Art Projects (Map) – South Africa presents exhibitions by Roger Ballen, Abrie Fourie and interventions by Seretse Moletsane. The Roger Ballen exhibition features a selection of works from his world renowned publications Dorps, Platteland, Outland, Shadow Chamber and Boarding House. A selection of images from Abrie Fourie's recently published book Oblique can also be viewed. Seretse Moletsane celebrates Richmond's annual bookfair with graffitied quotations strategically placed throughout the town.