Winners Announced: Campus Wild UCT Photography Competition

We are delighted to announce the winners of our 2023 Campus Wild UCT Photography competition. We invited you to send us images of the campus observed, of other-than-human species engaged on the campus. We received many wonderful images and are immensely grateful for your participation. It was a tough choice, but we chose the following four … Read more

Closing Soon: Campus Wild UCT Photography Competition

You have twelve days left to enter our Campus Wild UCT Photography Competition. Send us your best photographs of the campus observed and stand a chance to win vouchers from ORMS Print Room and Framing. See our most recent submissions on our Instagram. Remember, you have an unlimited number of entries!

Extending The Sustainable Garden

2023 second-year photography students add extensions to the Sustainable Darkroom Garden under the guidance of Vanessa Cowling and Svea Josephy.

Sustainable Campus

The 2022 second year photography students recently extended the Hidding photography garden with the support of Khusela Ikamva, Vanessa Cowling, Fortune Ngwenya, Svea Josephy and Fritha Langerman

Upcoming Exhibitions

Fritha Langerman’s 2012-13 exhibition R-A-T will be re-curated on the UCT’s  Upper Campus at the start of 2023. This exhibition draws attention to the commensal Rattus norvegicus and its social relationship to humans. In this context it also focusses on the impact of rodent poisoning on the animal populations that share the campus and surrounds.

Khusela Ikamva Sustainable Campus Project

Noelene le Cordier, Reggie Mayman, Refilwe Mofokeng and Nicoli Nattrass’ May 2022 paper looks at the history and current situation of recycling at UCT