The Sober & Lonely Institute for Contemporary Art (SLICA) invites you to celebrate the launch of our first Annual at the Parking Gallery in Johannesburg this Wednesday. The Annual is a collection of projects, residencies and events that SLICA initiated between 1 April 2011 and 1 April 2012. Join us on Wednesday from 18h30 […]
[fsg_gallery id=”25″] Photographic documentation from SLICA’s session on Wed 26 Sept at the Parking Gallery: Drawings from you past self.
Identikit A curated exhibition Featuring: Pablo Sithole / Ofentse Ramaboa / Phumzile Nkosi / Believe Nyakudjara / Delwyn Verasamy / Moshe Sekete / Nina Bekink with Matthew Kay / Simangele Kalisa / Tracy Swatts Whitfield / Tshwarelo Ramasodi / Sipho Gongxeka / Joy Meyer / Siphosihle Mkhwanazi / Irène Sinou / Samantha Simons / Jay Caboz / Sanele Moya / […]
Join Sober & Lonely at the Parking Gallery on Wednesday 26 September for appointment based telepathic drawing sessions from 17h00 – 20h00. Based on the scientific investigations of Karl Krall in the early 1900s, Sober & Lonely will be channeling images from your past imagination into watercolour abstractions for you to take home. To participate […]
Join Johanna von den Driesch for a Weekend of drawing and painting in the city Drawing in the park – Joubert Park – Saturday between 10am and 2pm
invites you to the closing of: Elgin Rust APPEAL 2012 for Case 001/05/2008 with participating artists: Catherine Dickerson , Amber-Jade Geldenhuys, Ansie Greyling , Kadromatt, Ikram Lakhdhar, Kai Lossgott, Leroye Malaton, Nelson Makamo, Agnes Marton, Naadira Patel, Sandile Radebe, Pauline Theart, Mma Tseleng, Marguerite Visser
PLAY>URBAN / VANSA>LAUNCH This week our fourth staging of Play>Urban will host a round-table discussion with Raimi Gbadamosi on practice-based research, directing questions to participants/players in the Play>Urban project. The event will also coincide with the official launch of the new VANSA space at King Kong. Starts at 18h30. 1st floor, King Kong, 6 […]
The 48 Hour Film Project hit the streets of Johannesburg from August 31 to September 2. During this fun-filled, sleepless weekend almost 90 teams faced the challenge of making a film in only 48 hours. The results of the project – up to […]