Category: Art

Rudolph Clench, SA’s very own travelling artist

Rudolph Clench, SA’s own “artist on the move”, needs your help – and since he’s my father-in-law, you could say I need your help too. Now 78 years old, Rudolph desperately needs to undergo cataract surgery to save his eyesight.…

Durban teenager aims to change the world, one song at a time

DURBAN: Aspirant Durban music producer, Lazarus King’s EDM compilations have struck a chord with South African teens and young adults who are looking for creative relief from current COVID-19 altered realities. The self-taught 19-year old verified artist on Spotify considers…

Arts student has animated movie part of first virtual Annecy Film Festival

Master of Arts student Ms Kayleigh Gemmell is set to have her animated film The Next Few Months premiere at the first virtual Annecy International Animation Film Festival. Her film is one of four to be selected from South Africa.…

Sustainable Design Award Calls For Forward Thinkers

Calling on all architectural practitioners to enter the AfriSam-SAIA Sustainable Design Award Sustainability should be the baseline in all design, and social inclusion should be a defining feature of South African architecture. In support of the all-important sustainability agenda, AfriSam…

Exhibition Opening at KZNSA Gallery

For this group show The KZNSA have selected Google and Facebook reviews of the gallery, and shared these as “written instructions” – points of departure – with invited artists to interpret in the form of an artwork. This exhibition is…

The Marrow Of The City

  Emerging from the Creative Producers International program run by Bristol-based Watershed is the project Umongo wedolobha, loosely translated to The Marrow of the City. The project looks to insert a history of early black migrant workers in the city…

Visual Arts UKZN at The KZNSA Gallery

23 July – 04 August 2019 The KZNSA Gallery 166 Bulwer Road, Glenwood The CVA Instæruption is a cross between site-specific installation, collaborative work and a creative eruption that coexists with CVA post-graduate and staff exhibition. Instæruption seeks to interrupt the traditional…

KZN Ceramics and Karla Nixon exhibitions opening at The KZNSA, Durban

Yay! For Clay  09 – 21 July 2019 The KZNSA Gallery – Main Gallery 166 Bulwer Road, Glenwood. The KwaZulu-Natal Region of the Ceramics Southern Africa Association holds an annual exhibition to showcase and promote their members work. The KZN Region has 60…

Proclamation 73: New Exhibition Of Family Archives Of People Racialized As Coloured And Indian

Proclamation 73 Durban Art Gallery: 10 Dec 2018 – 15 Feb 2019 Proclamation 73, a new exhibition, comes forth out of a project initiated by Zara Julius and Chandra Frank that explores the family archives of people racialized as coloured…

Community Murals Legacy Project at Phansi Museum

1 – 21 September 2018 10am CMPL Community Murals Legacy Project. Art in Context – a work in progress exhibition PHANSI goes PHEZULU Gallery at Phansi Ubuntu Art Museum, 5oo Esther Roberts Road Durban A remarkable figure in the art world of our…

MTN SA Foundation teams up with Voices of Women Museum to conduct social outreach programme

The MTN SA Foundation, in partnership with Durban-based non-profit organisation: Amazwi Abesifazane – Voices of Women Museum (VoWM), will be hosting an art exhibition dubbed Dreams and Muti Magic, as part of its community outreach programme and contribution to social…

Bloodline Inkwear launches to the public at S43 on August 17th!

Save the date on Friday, August 17th, for a night of art and entertainment at S43 (Home of That Brewing Company)on Station Drive in Morningside from 19h00 as the tattoo community celebrate the official launch of the tattoo inspired clothing…

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