Dr. Moyo Rainos Mutamba

2022 Program Artist

Dr. Moyo Rainos Mutamba (born in 1981, Gutu, Zimbabwe; lives and works in Toronto, Canada and Gutu, Zimbabwe) is a lecturer, musician, storyteller, consultant and community builder. Moyo is interested in understanding mindsets and structures of Othering as well as embodied responses to challenging Othering. He is also curious about the deployment of Black/Indigenous thought and praxis in imagining life-affirming futures and cultures of belonging for all. Moyo is the co-founder of Ubuntu Learning Village, a rural hub for embodied learning around food sovereignty, arts, cultural reclamation, and trans-local community-building, and the Ubuntu Free School (UFS), an Ubuntu-centred learning space for children located in Gutu, Zimbabwe.


In Conversation: Dr. George Mahashe and Buhlebezwe Siwani

2022 Biennial artist Buhlebezwe Siwani is joined by Dr. George Mahashe for an intimate conversation that brings together Mahashe’s ongoing research at the intersection of artistic practice, archives, and anthropology with Siwani’s work, which interrogates the patriarchal framing of the Black female body and experience within the South African context. Moderated by curator Emilie Croning, […]

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June 3

1:00pm – 2:30pm

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