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Street Art Meets Climate Change Competition Launch
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Street Art Meets Climate Change Competition Launch

29 May 2017 at POP Art Theatre

Programme


MC : Weza Matomane - Radio Presenter Cliff Central


Venue : POP Art Theatre | 286 Fox Street, Newtown, Johannesburg, 2094 (Parking on 37 Berea Rd)


Time What's Happening
18h00 MC: Street Art Meets CLimate Change Competition Launch Opening Performance by Reptiles Dance Crew.
18h10 Welcome: Geraldine Reymenants - (General Representative of the Government of Flanders in South Africa)
18h15 Mr Sven Gatz, Flemish Minister for Culture, Media, Youth and Brussels Affairs
18h30 Representitive of the South African Department of Environmental Affairs
18h45 MC: Competition Announcement and Video Launch. CLosing Performance by MCK
19h00 *Closing & Networking
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