JOIN US FOR A SCREENING In 1968, South African artist Dumile Feni went into exile, leaving behind his pregnant wife. Days before his homecoming in 1991, Feni died suddenly and tragically. Alongside his daughter, Marriam Diale, this documentary attempts to reclaim a man who was lost to country by inviting those who knew him […]
Life under Democracy DALE YUDELMAN Date: Opening: Wednesday 5 September 2012 – 6pm Open to the public from 6 September to 24 September 2012 Where: Wits Art Museum Corner Jan Smuts Avenue and Jorissen Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
a necessary theatre The Market Photo Workshop invites you to an exhibition on photography and its relationship to audiences. Featuring Thabiso Sekgala, Hlompho Letsielo, Zanele Muholi, Musa Nxumalo, Mack Magagane, selected works from the project Mpilonhle Mpilonde and more Opening 29 August 2012 at 6pm
Please note the change of address and also the various A Maze festival activities organized by VANSA to go to afterwards.
As of this Wednesday, the Parking Gallery and the VANSA offices will move to: 1st floor King Kong Building Verwey Street New Doornfontein Please note that our telephone contact details will change too. Contact Euridice at: +27 (0) 11 402 2085/6 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org as per usual. Wednesday’s session will be the start of our programme run […]
The Annex Residency Programme and resident artist Emilio Moreno hosted an evening of storytelling with José Manuel de Prada-Samper & Helena Cuesta on WEDNESDAY 22 AUGUST, 2012, 5:45 for 6PM at THE SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL GALLERY ANNEX, GOVERNMENT AVE., COMPANY GARDENS, CAPE TOWN. See the documentation here.
Opening: 23 AUGUST 2012 – 18H30 Venue: WITS ART MUSEUM BASEMENT GALLERY CNR JORISSEN STR AND JAN SMUTS AVENUE Too much information? is the title of the 2012 Heather Martienssen Art Prize. The title foregrounds a question aimed at triggering further questioning related to students’ current practices. Students are expected to look critically at their […]
Join us at the Bag Factory on Saturday 25 August for a panel discussion Join our panel is a discussion on “What is the role of independent and non-commercial visual arts spaces in the development and promotion of artists and art in a South African, post apartheid context” Chair: Sara Hallatt – Director Bag Factory Artists […]
Wed 22 August, starting @ 18H30 Parking Gallery, 5th floor, 289 Fox Street, Maboneng precinct This Wednesday the Refiguring Women Series will be hosting its last talk at the Parking Gallery with the closing topic on Tensions between the documentary and the activist dimension in the work of art. Speaking to this is: Rike Sitas, […]