The idea of play is central to the practice of fine artist Jessica Holdengarde, who presents the intricacies of her inner world through collage.
Siwa Mgoboza’s vibrant work explores the history of his clanfolk, amaHlubi, and envisions an African future that challenges societal norms.
Cloaked with vibrant colours and playful forms, Simphiwe Ndzube’s work touches on themes of black subjugation, migration and beauty ideals.
Hollow taps molded from tree sap, tulip bulbs made from coal, and teeth on the cob by Michaelis grad Kelly Hammond.
Fresh off the back of his Masters solo exhibition, What You Want Whenever You Want It, Jody Paulsen shares his work, his student experiences and aspirations with us.
The UCT Michaelis School of Fine Art’s 2012 graduation exhibition opens tomorrow evening with live performances, refreshments, music, and art on view in over 30 spaces on the UCT Hiddingh campus.
WITNESS, a site-specific exhibition by Michaelis Fine Art grad student Haroon Gunn-Salie, will be staged in a derelict house in Walmer Estate/District Six for one day only.
The Michaelis School of Fine Art presents the 2009 Graduate Exhibition. Featuring final year work by the Honors and finishing Masters students, the annual exhibition has become a highly anticipated event in the Cape Town arts calendar. This year promises not to disappoint with a diverse and innovative selection of […]