Durban’s rising talent will be on show the DUT DigiFest

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Graphic design students will exhibit their work-in-progress portfolios, which embrace a wide range of digital mediums for design of print or online publications, websites, online apps, animation, advertising, stationery, or other forms of visual communication at the DUT DigiFest which takes place on September 9 and 10 at DUT’s City Campus. Pictured here going digital is graphic design student Xabisa Xolo.

 

DURBAN University of Technology’s will be hosting its third annual DigiFest on September 9 and 10 at the university’s city campus in Durban.

The two-day event will include a series of live art activations, exhibitions, panel discussions, workshops, music, theatre, poetry, comedy and dance. Continue reading

Local arts and crafts are a must this festive season

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If you are looking for a gift for a loved one this Christmas then I heartily recommend that you visit BUZZART15, which opens at the KZNSA Gallery in Bulwer Road, Glenwood, Durban, on Friday, November 27 at 5 pm and runs until Sunday, January 17, 2016.

Now a local only affair, with exciting makers in many disciplines, BUZZART is the destination for original gifts and collectable art and design in Durban. Continue reading

CFAD Annual Graduation Dinner

Recycled glam:  Nikisha Goordeen and Pumele Malamlela showing their garments for the fashion show. Photo: Sophie Thompson

Recycled glam: Nikisha Goordeen and Pumele Malamlela showing their garments for the fashion show. Photo: Sophie Thompson

Durban’s most innovative art school, CFAD (Centre for Fine Art Animation and Design) will hold its annual graduation dinner, fashion extravaganza and TLTL Awards Ceremony at the DLI Hall in Greyville on Friday, August 28 at 5.30 for 6 pm. The event – which has been running for more than a decade – will see three significant events rolled into one fabulous evening: their annual graduation dinner which acknowledges the centre’s graduates: a fun and fabulous fashion extravaganza created by and hosted by CFAD students, and the Too Little Too Late Awards Ceremony. Continue reading