MASTER crafter, Hlengiwe Dube, will be showing her work in the solo exhibition, ‘Hear Me Out’, at the Phansi Museum at 500 Esther Roberts Road, Glenwood, Durban, from August 12 to August 30. Continue reading
THE Tatham Art Gallery will be hosting the first of a two-part walkabout, titled ‘Early South African Studio Ceramics’, at 2.30 pm on Friday, August 4.
The second part will look at the historical context of the works on Friday, August 18. Continue reading
RUNNING from July 26 to August 13 at the KZNSA Gallery in Durban is an exhibition by the iQhiya collective of 11 black women creatives, whose bodies of work have collided to make a topical and riveting experience. Continue reading
IT’S that time of the year again – and the Friends of the Tatham Art Gallery (FOTAG) committee is inviting artists to start planning for the Fabulous Picture Show.
This annual auction is held in the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg to raise funds for the purchase of new art works for its permanent collection. Continue reading
PROFESSOR Federico Freschi will be giving a presentation on curating the first Matisse exhibition in South Africa at the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday, July 27. Continue reading
DURBAN will be hosting the Essence Festival from September 29 to October 1 and as part of the event there will be a visual arts element. Continue reading
DURBAN High School is hosting a travelling exhibition called ‘The Promise’, in partnership with the Durban Holocaust Centre, until Friday, August 18. Continue reading
ARTSPACE Durban is hosting the group exhibition, Sea Level, at its gallery space, 3 Millar Road, Durban until July 22. Continue reading
Running at the Phezulu Gallery in Durban until June 10 is the exhibition Magical Msinga, which features pencil crayon drawings by Jannie van Heerden and work in leather, clay wood and beads from Msinga. Continue reading
‘Transition’, a three-day exhibition of contemporary art will be staged from May 5 to May 7 at The Breathing Space, 191 Bulwer Road, Glenwood, Durban. Continue reading