Art in the Time of Africa: A post-colonial gaze on contemporary African art practice, criticism, publishing, theory and philosophy of art, within a Pan-African context, is a one-day colloquium taking
Gordon Froud, artist, senior lecturer in Sculpture at The University of Johannesburg (UJ) and curator, has been working on an exhibition that investigates various aspects of sacred geometry in the
Drawing inspiration from the theme of #METAMORPHOSIS has seen UJ Arts & Culture plan to change more than its content. The 2018 programme features two new festivals as well as
The Bag Factory Artists’ Studios, in partnership with Strauss & Co and Everard Read, are delighted to announce that the winner for the 2018 Cassirer Welz Award is Richard Specs
Artists’ books are brought to the fore during March 2017. The University of Johannesburg’s Department of Visual Art, in association with Jack Ginsberg, will be presenting some exciting exhibitions, a
See Art is based on the premise that successful visual artists structure their works using an alphabet of art-making to initiate dialogue that should cause viewers to ‘see’ the works.
This year’s Hermanus FynArts Festival celebrates art and artists, while the Winter School programme presents a wide range of interesting panel discussions and illustrated talks.