Absa in partnership with SANAVA launched the new-look Absa L’Atelier on 4 April 2019 to identify and nurture the rich artistic talent across Africa by giving the next generation of artists the grounding and skills they need to bring their possibilities to life, build sustainable careers and give art light – this year’s theme.
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‘With hard work and persistence, it seems anything is possible,’ says Banele Khoza, the winner of Absa L’Atelier’s 2017 Gerard Sekoto Award.
Winning isn’t everything – entering is. We speak to some of last year’s Absa L’Atelier Top 10 finalists to find out what the overall competition experience is all about.
We speak to the Cape Town-based painter, Ian Grose about winning the Absa L’Atelier award back in 2011 and how this impacted and influenced where he is today.
The Absa L’Atelier is South Africa’s most prestigious art competition. As the deadline for submissions draws near, we touch in with last year’s winners to find out what their experiences have been so far.
The 2013 Absa L’Atelier Art Competition winners have been announced. Pauline Gutter from Bloemfontein won the overall award and main prize with her piece, Die Huweliksaansoek.