New Durban gallery to showcase the best contemporary art in KZN

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THE Park Contemporary Gallery at the KZNSA Gallery in Durban will provide a new setting for the province’s foremost contemporary art.

Opening in mid-August the space will offer art-lovers the chance to buy affordable, bespoke original art and collectables. Continue reading

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Exploring the world of post-feminisim through contemporary dance

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Lorin Sookool will be performing her work ‘BAD’ at the KZNSA Gallery in Glenwood.

SHARP and witty, Lorin Sookool’s solo show, BAD, is expected to be one of the highlights of this year’s JOMBA! KZN on the Edge at the KZNSA Gallery in Durban, writes ESTELLE SINKINS.

The work, one of three being performed in the main gallery space at the venue from 6 pm on Monday, August 28, explores the notion of post-feminism in our image-obsessed, web-empowered generation. Continue reading

Contemporary dancers from Africa and Europe set to wow at Jomba!

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Nqubeko Ngema (left) and Njabulo Zungu will perform Mdu Mthsali’s new work, ‘Alive kids’ at Jomba!.

DANCERS from South Africa, the African continent and Europe will be showcasing their work at the 19th annual Jomba! Contemporary Dance Experience, which runs at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Howard College campus in Durban from August 23 to September 3. Continue reading

artSPACE durban hosts Jannie van Heerden’s ‘Olive Schreiner Revisited’

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Opening at artSPACE durban at 11 am on March 4 is Jannie van Heerden’s solo exhibition, “Olive Schreiner Revisited”.

The exhibition will be opened by Professor Johan Jacobs, Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Associate and University Fellow in English Studies, at the School of Arts, College of Humanities, University of KwaZulu-Natal. Continue reading

The 18th JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience set to delight, provoke and entertain Durban dance fans

MAMAZA – from Switzerland in duet “EIFO EFI” with dancers Ioannis Mandafounis and Fabrice Mazliah

Mamaza, from Switzerland, in the duet “Eifo Efi” with dancers Ioannis Mandafounis and Fabrice Mazliah.

The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts, presents its 18th annual JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience, at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, Pieter Scholtz Open Air Theatre and KZNSA Gallery from August 24 to September 4. Continue reading