You are invited to a conversation with paul john myburgh, about the Bushmen and his time with them.
Living with the Bushmen
Paul is an award winning documentary film maker, anthropologist and author, who has had a life-long commitment to Africa that transcends the boundaries of politics and ideologies.
This became evident years ago when he spent seven years of his life living amongst the !Gwi Kalahari Bushmen, becoming an integral part of this archetypal culture.
A result of this dedication was an internationally acclaimed documentary, ‘People of the Great Sandface’, and his recently published book “The Bushman Winter Has Come”.
Paul will be sharing his knowledge of this ancient race, and their story-pictures left as a record for humanity, and how knowing them is critical to the sustainability of life going forward. Never before has it been more important to understand and contextualize the First People, their place in world evolution, and our place in the world as modern humans.
Date: Thursday 14 May, 2015
Time: 18:00 for 18:15 start, till 19:30
Venue: Steiner Centre, Michael Mount Waldorf School, Culross Road, Bryanston, Johannesburg
Cost: R100 pp
Please RSVP by emailing Telana on firstname.lastname@example.org as we have limited seating.
Book and Film
The following will be available for cash purchase at the event:
- Paul’s Book, “The Bushman Winter Has Come” (R240.00)
- His dvd of his documentary “People of the Great Sand Face” (R100).
(cash only please.)
About paul john myburgh
Paul is a multiple award winning documentary film maker, anthropologist and author.
Apart from many years shared with the First People, he has spent the last nineteen years working on the story of the excavation of the Little Foot fossil apewoman skeleton in the Cradle of Humankind