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February 22, 2011

Infecting the City is here – A Cape Town Tourism photo essay

Infecting the City is here! Happening all week, from February 21 to February 26, in and around inner-city Cape Town, the Spier Public Arts Festival celebrates the Cape’s creative treasures … Be sure not to miss the wide range of instalments this week: You’ll learn something about your city and be reminded of just how original our inhabitants – young and old – really are.

Click here for more information on the festival.

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An actress performs atop the Cape Town Station forecourt as part of the annual Infecting the City arts festival.

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Berne-Leigh Gabriel of Sans Souci Girls High School participates in Arts Aweh! – Conversations in Colour, an art project for students that forms part of the annual Infecting the City arts festival.

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Members of The Ministery for the Glorious Preservation of the Kultural Treasures of the Mother City wraps the statue of Edward VII on the Grand Parade.

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A performer at the Festival Hub on the Cape Town Station forecourt during a “surprise intervention”: a series of performances by a troupe of local performers that connect the various activities taking place at the Festival Hub.

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The piper system, a new form of martial arts borne from Cape Flats gangs’ fighting techniques, is demonstrated to students on the Grand Parade. The demonstration also included a brief history of slang and history, and warned against the dangers of gangsterism.

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City of Cape Town Mayoral Committee Member: Social Development and Special Projects Grant Pescoe and Infecting the City Festival Curator Brett Bailey at the Slices of Life art exhibition at the Festival Hub.

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An artist performs on the Cape Town Station forecourt as part of the annual Infecting the City arts festival.

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