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Have We Put Out The Fire?

a new trans-artistic, multi-media publication from Limpopo.

Release 2.3.2012


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Have We Put Out The Fire? is a CD + DVD + print magazine combo package featuring never-heard-before music collaborations, poetry, documentaries, sketches, live performance footage, story-telling, interviews, and visual artwork from the heart of Limpopo artists. In all that it portrays and depicts, Have We Put Out The Fire? contemplates the creative state of humankind and considers how we might reignite the inner flame of our true nature.


Fresh, unreleased original music featuring over a dozen Limpopo-based artists, blending folk, jazz, hip-hop, traditional, spoken word art forms through creative collaborations. Dice & Scarf, Joel Karabo Elliott, Mukondi Knowledge Makhwara, Blk Market Ace, Xtreme Sanity and Dennias Mashegwane are just a few of the featured artists.


A cutting-edge collection of rural and urban artists in action, spontaneous jams, Limpopo scenescape, between shindig, interviews with both legendary and emerging creators, and mini-documentaries.


Have We Put Out The Fire Magazine

Original poetry, artworks, graphics and writings.

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A core team of ShiИdig Awé! artists took our diverse trans-artistic show on a tour through Limpopo province from 21-25 February, with shows in Thohoyandou, Namakgale, Nkowankowa, Polokwane and Lebowakgomo. The team partnered with artists based in each location to put on a public show integrating nearly every conceivable art form, from painting, drama and music to spoken word and comedy.


Have We Put Out The Fire? was released officially on 2 March 2012 with a live shindig at Mina’s @ Zwakala, a new arts venue in the forests near Haenertsburg in Limpopo province, South Africa. This grand trans-artistic show featured all the artists who contributed to the publication, including a number of artists recruited from around Limpopo.