The Star Early Edition - - TONIGHT ART - E-mail ex­hi­bi­tion in­for­ma­tion to wa­heeda. with “Gallery Guide” in the sub­ject field. Gallery Guide will be pub­lished space per­mit­ting.

The Arts and Cul­ture Trust (ACT) and Ned­bank Arts Affin­ity (NAA) have an­nounced the list of pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment projects that will re­ceive grants from the trust. For the past 20 years ACT, with the support of NAA, have been sup­port­ing and pro­mot­ing sus­tain­able busi­nesses and ca­reer in the arts. The Pro­fes­sional De­vel­op­ment Pro­gramme sup­ports the de­vel­op­ment of re­li­able, sus­tain­able and vi­brant arts in South Africa and is de­signed to support job op­por­tu­ni­ties, de­velop arts or­gan­i­sa­tions, as­so­ci­a­tions, col­lec­tive and arts prac­ti­tion­ers. The sec­ond cy­cle of grants boasts 10 de­serv­ing re­cip­i­ents for 2015 and spans the coun­try. For more info on the grant re­cip­i­ents and the De­vel­op­ment Pro­gramme, visit

ACT Awards: In cel­e­bra­tion of their 17th an­nual awards and 20th an­niver­sary, the Arts & Cul­ture Trust awards, spon­sored by Ned­bank Arts Affin­ity and hosted by Sun In­ter­na­tional at the Maslow Ho­tel in Sand­ton, took place on Tues­day.

ALETTE WES­SELS KUNSKAMER: Maroe­lana Cen­tre, Maroe­lana Street, Pre­to­ria East. Tel: 012 346 0728 or e-mail an­sie@artwes­ Old Masters in per­ma­nent ex­hi­bi­tion.

ART EYE: The De­sign Quar­ter, cnr Wil­liam Ni­col Drive and Leslie Av­enue, Four­ways, Joburg. Tel: 011 386 2198, 011 465 7695 or e-mail mail@art­ On Tues­days, Art Eye presents six pieces from dif­fer­ent artists.

ASSEMBLAGE41: Gwigwi Mr­webi Street, New­town, Joburg. E-mail info@ as­sem­ (en­trance on north side of build­ing through servi­tude lane). We have a few shared stu­dio spa­ces to rent.


Up­stairs@Bam­boo, Rusten­berg Road, cnr 9th Street, Melville. Tel: 011 486 0526 or e-mail An ex­hi­bi­tion ti­tled An­thol­ogy refers to a col­lec­tion of works fea­tur­ing well known and emerg­ing painters and sculp­tors in­clud­ing El­iz­a­beth Bal­com, the re­cent win­ner of the Sa­sol New Sig­na­tures Com­pe­ti­tion. Ends Sun­day, De­cem­ber 7.

CON­STI­TU­TION HILL: The Old Fort, 11 Kotze Street, Braam­fontein, Joburg. Tel: 011 381 3108 or e-mail p.nx­u­malo@con­sti­tu­tion­ An ex­hi­bi­tion ti­tled The Thresh­ing Floor, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Young In Prison South Africa (YiPSA), a non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion that of­fers holis­tic pro­grammes work­ing with chil­dren and youth in con­flict with law. Ends De­cem­ber 13. Venue: Women’s Jail.


Chil­dren of War: Bro­ken Child­hood. An ex­hi­bi­tion in hon­our of Univer­sal Chil­dren’s Day and 16 Days of Ac­tivism for Non­Vi­o­lence against Women and Chil­dren. AND Joz­iyaka Fes­ti­val on De­cem­ber 13.

GALLERY ART ON PAPER44: Stan­ley Av­enue, Braam­fontein Werf (Mil­park), Joburg. Tel: 011 726 2234 or e-mail info@ar­ton­pa­ Stu­dio photographs show­ing work in progress by Jaco van Schalk­wyk. Ends De­cem­ber 20.

HENRY TAY­LOR GALLERY: Shop No G 7.2, Cedar Square, cnr Cedar and Witkop­pen roads, Four­ways. Tel: 011 705 3194 or e-mail news@hen­ry­tay­lor­ Presents The Tie­nie Pritchard Ex­hi­bi­tion. A col­lec­tion of Tie­nie’s bronze sculp­tures and books on dis­play un­til the end of next month.


100 Juta Street, en­trance in Bic­card Street, Braam­fontein, Joburg. Tel: 011 880 1340 or 081 820 2039 or e-mail info@ im­age­ A group art ex­hi­bi­tion ti­tled At Hand – Seven New Projects

Sup­ported by Ithuba Arts Fund. Joburg artists Yael Feld­man, Matt Kay, Michelle Har­ris John­ston, Same Md­luli, Megan Mace, Sanele Moya and Al­pha­bet Zoo make up the col­lec­tive of photo-graphers, painters, per­for­mance artists and print­mak­ing artists tak­ing part in this group ex­hi­bi­tion. Ends to­day.

JO­HAN­NES­BURG ART GALLERY: King George be­tween Wol­marans and Noord streets, Jou­bert Park, Joburg. Tel 011 725 3130/80/52, e-mail megan@in­to­to­

Con­di­tion Re­port is a group ex­hi­bi­tion that of­fers vis­i­tors a glimpse into the world of cu­rat­ing. Pro­duced by post grad­u­ate stu­dents from the Cu­rat­ing Exhibitions course at Wits School of Arts. Satur­day un­til the end of the year.

LIZAMORE AND AS­SO­CIATES: 155 Jan Smuts Av­enue, Park­wood, Joburg. Tel: 011 880 8802 or e-mail

New Voices III by Kar­lien de Vil­liers and Thon­ton Kabeya. Two artists whose creav­ity speak to the Joburg au­di­ence for the first time. Ends Jan­uary 29.

MABO­NENG PRECINCT: Cnr Main and Fox streets, City and sub­ur­ban, Joburg. E-mail mabo­neng­

Colour­ing the con­crete jun­gle. Our pub­lic art col­lec­tion is grow­ing. With more than 50 mu­rals through­out the neigh­bour­hood by street artists from around the world.

NEL­SON MAN­DELA SQUARE: Up­per and lower lev­els, Nel­son Man­dela Square, Sand­ton. Tel: 011 802 1611 or e-mail giuili@go­ An­tique Fair on the first Sun­day of each month from 9am to 2pm.

ROOM GALLERY & PROJECTS: 70 Juta Street, Braam­fontein, Joburg. Tel: 011 074 4944 e-mail room@ur­ban­pro­

Be­tween Labour & Prayer. A project by Simo “Mpapa” Ma­jola in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Billy Langa, Man­disa Ngalo and Ma­pule Mo­hu­latsi. Ends to­mor­row.

STAN­DARD BANK ART GALLERY: Cnr Simmonds and Fred­er­ick streets, Joburg CBD. Tel: 011 631 4467.

Ex­act Imag­i­na­tion: 300 Years of Botan­i­cally

In­spired Art in South Africa with 18th­cen­tury hand-coloured etch­ings by Fran­cis Bauer, wa­ter­colours by Ge­org Diony­sius Ehret plaus an­tique books, con­tain­ing work by Mas­son, Com­melijn, Red­oute, An­drews and oth­ers. Ends De­cem­ber 6.

SOWETO ARTS AND CRAFT FAIR: Soweto The­atre, cnr Bolani Road and Bolani Link (next to Jab­u­lani Mall). Tel: Sim­phiwe Twala at 011 930 7461 or e-mail sim­phi­wet­ Reg­u­lar daily and week-end ac­tiv­i­ties at the the­atre.

UNIVER­SITY OF JO­HAN­NES­BURG: Fada Build­ing, Bunt­ing Road, Auck­land Park. Tel: 011 559 1098 or e-mail fadamar­ket­ Fac­ulty of Art De­sign and Ar­chi­tec­ture

Stu­dent Ex­hi­bi­tion 2014. Ends Tues­day.

Tran­quil­ity by Tie­nie Pritchard at Henry Tay­lor Art Gallery un­til the end of the year.

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