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TUT Student wins Sasol New Signatures Competition

TUT Student wins Sasol New Signatures Competition

Pretoria-based Patrick Rulore, 24, currently completing a National Diploma in Fine Arts at the Tshwane University of Technology, has been announced as the winner of the 2019 Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. Rulore has won the coveted award for his oil on canvas work titled ‘Stage 4 moments’.

A3E Artist Profile: Lucy-Rose Currie

A3E Artist Profile: Lucy-Rose Currie

Currie’s love for the industry, and for graphic design grew during her time at A Fashion Friend. She studied in the UK, where she completed a Fashion Certificate at the Vogue Condé Nast College.

#CanonX10and5 | Our top 5 Favourite Images from the Hashtag

#CanonX10and5 | Our top 5 Favourite Images from the Hashtag

In essence, the role of photography in society is to capture memories, but like any other form of art, photography is meant to make you feel something. Thus, photographers carry the responsibility of being able to narrate a story through the medium.

Conversations On Creativity 20.0 with Lunga, Didintle & Inga

Conversations On Creativity 20.0 with Lunga, Didintle & Inga

Conversations On Creativity 20.0 is taking place on the 31st of  August from 12PM-3PM at the BKhz Gallery & Studio in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. The panel comprises of individuals within the creative space such as Lunga Ntila,  Didintle Ntshudisane and Inga Gubeka.

A3E Artist Profile: Lunga Ntila

A3E Artist Profile: Lunga Ntila

Ntila explores multiple paths of visual storytelling; from directing to video work – in most of her photographs she uses herself as the primary subject.

A3E Artist Profile: Keneilwe Mokoena

A3E Artist Profile: Keneilwe Mokoena

The young creative’s work mainly varies between multidisciplinary visual arts; art curation, direction and facilitation, and further explores the intersection between art and science. Mokoena is interested in the relationship between order and chaos throughout all scales of the Universe.


FNB JoburgArtFair renamed as FNB ART JOBURG


FNB JoburgArtFair renamed as FNB ART JOBURG

The FNB JoburgArtFair has been renamed FNB ART JOBURG after it was officially acquired by its former director Mandla Sibeko, taking over from previous owners Artlogic. With Sibeko taking full ownership, the art exhibition is now 100% black-owned and FNB’s 12-year tenure as a sponsor continues.