What’s Happening in April and May

Individual Art Exhibition

Individual Exhibition – by KWAME SOUSA ‘Angolan Kingdom: Starting Point’,
Friday, May 11, 2018, from 18:00 at’ELA – Espaço Luanda Arte’ – Rua Queen Ginga # 87, DeBeers Building, 4th Floor

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Art exhibition

“It is with great pride and pleasure that the Dr. António Agostinho Neto Memorial (MAAN) will perform this Friday, May 4, 2018, in its Gallery of Exhibitions, at 6:30 p.m., the inauguration of the collective exhibition of the 7th Edition of the platform of experimental photography ‘VIDRUL PHOTOGRAPHY’, with a showcase of works by the 4 Angolan Photographers: ALBANO CARDOSO, CÉUS, SEBASTIÃO VEMBA and TOTY SA’MED, so we invite your information body to be present for the full coverage.”

“This is a collaboration with AM-ARTE Producer. As Producer and Curator Dominick Tanner says: “In 2018, here we have come to the 7th Edition of ‘Vrrul Fotografia’. The proposals of 4 Angolan photographers were chosen from among dozens of candidates, a reason for the pride of this platform. But equally deserving of a huge degree of responsibility for Angola’s photography to flourish and become a reference not only in Africa, but throughout the world. As they rule, there are 4 Angolan photographers who have never participated before. 4 seemingly very different proposals in technique and even in narrative, but which surely reveal a visual memory that portrays, reconfigures and recontextualizes the social action of each one ‘s gaze. In this sense, the four photographers are social actors who, among other things, instrumentalize the gaze by cutting aesthetic realities into a field of particular perception made public. In these four exhibitions photography and memory become more and more united, weaving new identities, in a constant documentation, affirmation and celebration of ‘Angolanity”

The exhibition will be open until May 30, 2018 at the MAAN.

Trivia night

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Mitch Benedict is hosting a fun filled trivia night at the Deputy chief of mission’s residence. Put together a team of six members and join the fun. The entry is free, though feel free to contribute some snacks and drinks for your table.

WHITE AFFAIR by AWAA

white affaire

Everyone is most welcome to come to our friendly weekly and monthly get-together. Do bring your friends if you think they would like to join the LBW. New arrivals are especially welcome.

Weekly coffee get-together in the City

coffee on beach

(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm) at Miami Beach on the Ilha on Tuesdays.

Pub and grub night

pub night

Friday 6th April and 4th May 6pm onwards – Cais Vais @Club Naval –

Always very popular – open to everyone. Bring your friends and family. Just turn up at restuarant Cais Vais, Club Navale (right at the start of the Ilha), any time from 6pm to enjoy a drink with other members and maybe stay for supper afterwards – lots of us do. A very good way to miss the Friday night traffic. Just pay for what you consume. Bring the children if you’d like to. No need to book. We’ll have done that for you

Luanda bridge Club

LIKE CARDS? WANT TO LEARN? EXPERIENCED PLAYER?

The call is out among the expatriate and broader community in Luanda that there is an effort to form a bridge club.

One of the beauties of bridge is that if you have any experience with card games, you can learn in an evening the basics of the game such that you can play and have fun, but then like any challenging game you can spend the rest of your life learning more and improving.

All are welcome, from beginners to experienced players, as well as those willing to teach and coach others, so we can start to play and form the foundation for a club. If the notion of learning ever crossed your mind, now is the time!

For more information contact Mitch Benedict at benedict04217@gmail.com or 923-404-618.

About lbwangola

The LBW (Luanda British Women) group in Luanda exists to provide friendship, fun and laughter to the British community in Luanda, Angola. And not just for women either, despite the name... Come and join us!
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