Nando’s Creative Exchange programme administered by Spier Arts Trust culminates in an exciting two-part exhibition opening tonight at Cape Town’s AVA Gallery.
Agency: AVA Gallery
This First Thursdays we’re ambling down Loop and Church Street to observe the works of iconic modern artists, sip curated wine and eat Ethiopian food.
Skattie Celebrates the art of Thania Petersen, Kent Andreasen shares some travel snaps and The Lottery Tickets release a surprise old/new album.
From 4 June to 30 July 2015 the AVA in partnership with Strauss & Co and Business and Art South Africa are turning the gallery into an open studio where over 32 artists and 7 printmaking specialists will work together to produce a series of unique, handmade prints.
Thursday Late happens in Woodstock this week. There’re also plenty of talks and a few performances including a 200kg Flower Spider in the Company’s Gardens.
As far as creative events go, this week is definitely the biggest one of the year. The Design Indaba expo, GUILD Design Fair, THAT ART FAIR and Cape Town Art Fair are all opening over the next few days. Good luck, we’ll see you on the other side!
This week’s openings include street inspired art at the new Space Between gallery, a greatest hits graduate show titled The Domestic Odyssey and a Lou Ros solo titled Somewhere.
It’s First Thursdays this week, which (as you know by now) means tons of new exhibitions are opening in Cape Town. Here are the details.
This week’s exhibition openings in Cape Town include a celebration of urban comic art, a series of stamps and unpublished works by Zapiro.
It’s Creative Week in Cape Town and in the lead up to the Loerie Awards this weekend the Mother City hosts the annual DStv Seminar of Creativity, the first ever official Facebook Hackathon on African soil and the Loeries Exhibition. There’s also the second Skattie Celebrates event featuring Laura Windvogel, the solo […]
It seems that Cape Town’s galleries are hibernating this week, giving you the chance to catch up on the Mother City’s many current exhibitions. If you missed some of the exhibitions that opened this month, here are the details: June 2014 Off The Wire, Including a Statesman at Work, Nic Bothma’s […]
It’s a quiet week for CT’s galleries, especially after last week’s frenzy! Here’s your chance to catch up on current shows, but don’t miss the new openings.
As the recipient of the Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship in Photography, Sydelle Willow Smith began developing a body of work titled Soft Walls. The series of images seeks to deal with the relationships between migrated African nationals and South Africans; revealing the subtle ways in which individuals make sense of […]
This week Cape Town hosts four solo openings, two films festivals, Open Studios and conversations on creativity with local creatives.
‘Inside Out’ is a new collection of paintings by Swain Hoogervorst – an artist reinvigorating classic oil painting through explorations of the contemporary.