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  1. It's a podcast where we talk art, processes and the politics of art and activism. It's a podcast where we talk art, processes and the politics of art and activism. Wesley set up this pod to explore issues relevant to the artist community in South Africa. Spudcaster for Baobulb.org is a podcasting platform to help spread the word of the power of podcasts in South Africa.
  2. Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Art Lexica Featuring: Riaaz Palmer Wesley Pepper chats to creative/poet, Riaaz Palmer. Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Art Lexica Featuring: Riaaz Palmer Wesley Pepper chats to creative/poet, Riaaz Palmer. Palmer, who lives in Ireland, says the lockdown forced him to return to his creative
  3. Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Eulogy: Matete Motsoaledi Wesley interviewed Matete earlier during the hard lockdown in Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Eulogy: Matete Motsoaledi Wesley interviewed Matete earlier during the hard lockdown in South Africa. He is saddened to hear about Matete’s passing and included a short eu
  4. Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Art Lexica: Featuring Soundz of the South. Wesley Pepper chats to hip hop collective, S Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Art Lexica: Featuring Soundz of the South. Wesley Pepper chats to hip hop collective, Soundz of the South from the Mother City (Cape Town). They chat about the upcoming relea
  5. Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Art Lexica: Featuring Thokozani Madonsela. Wesley Pepper chats fellow artist, Thokozani Warning: This episode discusses adult themes. Disclaimer: The views expressed do not reflect the policy of Baobulb.org. Not suitable for children under the age of 18. Art Lexica: Featuring Thokozani Madonsela. Wesley Pepper chats fellow artist, Thokozani Madonsela. He is an acclaimed artist, and is known for drawing his characters without
  6. This episode contains adult themes and children should only listen under parental supervision. In Art Lexica: Sabelo Soko, Wesley Pepper changes things up abit. In this episode, Sabelo Soko (South African Poet/Performance Artist) reviews the recent Poetr This episode contains adult themes and children should only listen under parental supervision. In Art Lexica: Sabelo Soko, Wesley Pepper changes things up abit. In this episode, Sabelo Soko (South African Poet/Performance Artist) reviews the recent Poetry Session at Maboneng, entitled Exposing the Virus. The evening featured Lesego Rampolokeng
  7. This episode discusses adult themes and children should only listen under parental supervision. In Art Lexica: featuring Msawenkhosi Bonga Zondo, Wesley Pepper chats to the activist and peace activist. They talk about his books, Potato Dance and Gon This episode discusses adult themes and children should only listen under parental supervision. In Art Lexica: featuring Msawenkhosi Bonga Zondo, Wesley Pepper chats to the activist and peace activist. They talk about his books, Potato Dance and Gone to Earth, as well as an upcoming online campaign termed “Africa needs us all”, which incl
  8. In Art Lexica: Philani A Nyoni, Wesley Pepper sits down with the poet/performance artist. Some call Philani the contemporary Dambudzo Marechera. They talk about his award winning book, Philtrum. The cover art was designed by young up-and-coming artist, D In Art Lexica: Philani A Nyoni, Wesley Pepper sits down with the poet/performance artist. Some call Philani the contemporary Dambudzo Marechera. They talk about his award winning book, Philtrum. The cover art was designed by young up-and-coming artist, Daniel Rodrigues. Art Lexica: Philani A Nyoni. Wesley explores how covid-19 opened up the co
  9. In Art Lexica: Sabelo Soko, Wesley Pepper sits down with the poet/performance artist. They talk about the ever evolving Umkhondo Project. With Soko keeping tight-lipped about what’s coming up next on WordUP TV. This podcast also features the track In Art Lexica: Sabelo Soko, Wesley Pepper sits down with the poet/performance artist. They talk about the ever evolving Umkhondo Project. With Soko keeping tight-lipped about what’s coming up next on WordUP TV. This podcast also features the track Amalunde from the 2017 album Umkhondo. Wesley Pepper’s Art Lexica explores how covid-19 opened up
  10. Art Lexica Podcast: Obtain Art Gallery features Happy Mashigo, business owner at Obtain Gallery. Wesley Pepper sits down with Mashigo to talk about his exciting virtual reality (VR) project. In other words it will bring artwork into people’s homes! Art Lexica Podcast: Obtain Art Gallery features Happy Mashigo, business owner at Obtain Gallery. Wesley Pepper sits down with Mashigo to talk about his exciting virtual reality (VR) project. In other words it will bring artwork into people’s homes! In Art Lexica: Obtain Gallery, Wesley Pepper explores how the covid-19 pandemic changed the way
  11. Art Lexica Podcast: YEBO! Gallery features Aleta Armstrong. Co-founder of YEBO! Gallery in Eswatini, formerly Swaziland. They help emerging artists to access markets. Forthcoming Exhibitions ” Women’s Power!” Solo exhibition by Phindile Art Lexica Podcast: YEBO! Gallery features Aleta Armstrong. Co-founder of YEBO! Gallery in Eswatini, formerly Swaziland. They help emerging artists to access markets. Forthcoming Exhibitions ” Women’s Power!” Solo exhibition by Phindile Mamba – Nov 4 – 21st at YEBO! Gallery and online with Artsy Solo Exhibitions by Photographer Sinenkhosi Msom
  12. In this episode of Art Lexica, Wesley Pepper chats to Lara Redd from Food, Not Bombs-Jozi. Importantly, Spudcaster raised the critical issue of hunger. To clarify, they’re joined by Fuzile Mavundla, a sociology student and fellow Anarchist. Redd hi In this episode of Art Lexica, Wesley Pepper chats to Lara Redd from Food, Not Bombs-Jozi. Importantly, Spudcaster raised the critical issue of hunger. To clarify, they’re joined by Fuzile Mavundla, a sociology student and fellow Anarchist. Redd highlights the nationwide shortage of vitamin B12. And Big Ups to Hanneke van Linge from Nosh food
  13. In this episode of #wesleypeppersartlexica, Wesley Pepper chats to Equivalence. And they’re joined by KB. They talk about their music/culture. Most importantly they share the impact of the pandemic on the music scene in Botswana. In conclusion, we In this episode of #wesleypeppersartlexica, Wesley Pepper chats to Equivalence. And they’re joined by KB. They talk about their music/culture. Most importantly they share the impact of the pandemic on the music scene in Botswana. In conclusion, we play out with EQnCrew Africa. Wesley set up this podcast as a platform for artists. We talk […]
  14. It’s National Book Week in this episode of Art Lexica, and Wesley Pepper chats to Khethiwe Bikirah Mndawe. She is a publisher, writer and former journalist. Above all, she describes herself as a forest queen and entrepreneur. Khetiwe says she saw t It’s National Book Week in this episode of Art Lexica, and Wesley Pepper chats to Khethiwe Bikirah Mndawe. She is a publisher, writer and former journalist. Above all, she describes herself as a forest queen and entrepreneur. Khetiwe says she saw the writing on the wall at the start of the covid-19 pandemic. As a […]
  15. Wesley Pepper speaks to Molefe Thwala from The Arts Company Soweto. Also Thabo Motseki, another founding member of the Company, joins us again. In this episode of Art Lexica, we look more broadly at the impact of covid on the business of Art. You ca Wesley Pepper speaks to Molefe Thwala from The Arts Company Soweto. Also Thabo Motseki, another founding member of the Company, joins us again. In this episode of Art Lexica, we look more broadly at the impact of covid on the business of Art. You can connect with Molefe on Twitter and Instagram. And you can follow […]
  16. Wesley Pepper speaks to XCollectiv in this latest episode of Art Lexica. In this episode, entitled “Xcollectiv – art activism on the rise in Cape Town”, X and C look at the impact of the pandemic on street artists. And you can find Wesley Pepper speaks to XCollectiv in this latest episode of Art Lexica. In this episode, entitled “Xcollectiv – art activism on the rise in Cape Town”, X and C look at the impact of the pandemic on street artists. And you can find them on Facebook or Twitter. For more podcasts in this series visit the […]
  17. Wesley Pepper speaks to Paul Hendricks in this latest episode of Art Lexica. Paul is an art teacher and activist in the Western Cape. In this episode, entitled “An art teacher speaks out”, Hendricks takes us to the coalface of education durin Wesley Pepper speaks to Paul Hendricks in this latest episode of Art Lexica. Paul is an art teacher and activist in the Western Cape. In this episode, entitled “An art teacher speaks out”, Hendricks takes us to the coalface of education during the pandemic. For more podcasts in this series visit the feed. And you can […]
  18. Wesley Pepper speaks to Meropasoul in this latest episode of Art Lexica. In this episode, entitled “A musical journey”, Meropasoul tells us how he found his voice. He also believes that covid-19 is not all doom and gloom for the arts. Yo Wesley Pepper speaks to Meropasoul in this latest episode of Art Lexica. In this episode, entitled “A musical journey”, Meropasoul tells us how he found his voice. He also believes that covid-19 is not all doom and gloom for the arts. You can also follow him on IG or Facebook. Or you can catch him on […]
  19. Wesley Pepper speaks to Chepape Makgato in this latest episode of Art Lexica. They explore the impact of covid19 on fine arts in South Africa. You can also follow Chepape on IG or Facebook. Or you can visit his blog. For more podcasts in this series visi Wesley Pepper speaks to Chepape Makgato in this latest episode of Art Lexica. They explore the impact of covid19 on fine arts in South Africa. You can also follow Chepape on IG or Facebook. Or you can visit his blog. For more podcasts in this series visit the feed. And you can access the podcast on […]
  20. Wesley Pepper talks to theatre-maker, Zimkitha Kumbaca. They explore the covid19 impact on live theatre in South Africa. This episode reveals the fractured audiences that existed before covid-19 today. And her recent theatre production is a case in poin Wesley Pepper talks to theatre-maker, Zimkitha Kumbaca. They explore the covid19 impact on live theatre in South Africa. This episode reveals the fractured audiences that existed before covid-19 today. And her recent theatre production is a case in point. Also follow Zimkitha on IG or Facebook. For more podcasts in this series visit the feed.
  21. Wesley Pepper explores the impact of covid-19 on schooling in South Africa. The back to school debate is topical worldwide. Wesley speaks to Nthabi Kortes, the founder of Skilful Spaces. They offer skills development programs. Nthabi says the pandemic ha Wesley Pepper explores the impact of covid-19 on schooling in South Africa. The back to school debate is topical worldwide. Wesley speaks to Nthabi Kortes, the founder of Skilful Spaces. They offer skills development programs. Nthabi says the pandemic has had a knock-on effect on her programs. She reckons that the education system should utili
  22. Wesley Pepper talks to Isabelle Rorke and Lesego Voster. They discuss the africanisation of imagery in animation and fine art. You can find Isabel on LinkedIn. And Lesego is available on IG or Twitter. This podcast talks art, processes and the polit Wesley Pepper talks to Isabelle Rorke and Lesego Voster. They discuss the africanisation of imagery in animation and fine art. You can find Isabel on LinkedIn. And Lesego is available on IG or Twitter. This podcast talks art, processes and the politics of art and activism. Wesley is a Contemporary and Street Artist, Social Entrepreneur, and […
  23. Matete Motsoaledi talks about his creative process, the digital space and current projects. You can also follow him on Facebook. Or visit his website. Similarly, Wesley has spoken to other artists about their challenges. Wesley Pepper says it’s  Matete Motsoaledi talks about his creative process, the digital space and current projects. You can also follow him on Facebook. Or visit his website. Similarly, Wesley has spoken to other artists about their challenges. Wesley Pepper says it’s “a podcast where we talk art, processes and the politics of art and activism.” Wesley is a […]
  24. This is a conversation with Richard Raber and Bryce Greene. We talk Black Lives Matter, how it started and where its going as well as its global impact. In the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, yet another black man died in police custody in the United Sta This is a conversation with Richard Raber and Bryce Greene. We talk Black Lives Matter, how it started and where its going as well as its global impact. In the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, yet another black man died in police custody in the United States. A video of his death sparked an unprecedented […]
  25. Thabo Motseki is featured in this latest episode. He is the founder of The Arts Company Soweto. Thabo is from Protea Glen, Soweto. He describes himself as a print maker and entrepreneur. He works on linocut. This is a fresh faced podcast looking at the c Thabo Motseki is featured in this latest episode. He is the founder of The Arts Company Soweto. Thabo is from Protea Glen, Soweto. He describes himself as a print maker and entrepreneur. He works on linocut. This is a fresh faced podcast looking at the challenges facing artists. Wesley Pepper describes it as “a podcast […]
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