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Tags : National Arts Festival

Pitika Ntuli Launches “Azibuyele Emasiswini” Tonight

Pitika Ntuli’s virtual launch by the Melrose Gallery tonight at 6pm will have an opening address and conversation between Minister of International Relations Naledi Pandor and Pitika. Azibuyele Emasisweni, (Return to the Source) is the first solo exhibition  of the renowned artist and Sangoma (spiritual healer) Pitika Ntuli to  comprise solely of works sculpted from […]Read More

Pitika Ntuli At The National Arts Festival

PITIKA NTULI LAUNCHES SOLO EXHIBITION AT NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL For the past three years Pitika Ntuli has been working on Azibuyele Emasisweni (Return to the Source), his first exhibition to comprise only of works sculpted in bone. The exhibition curated by Ruzy Rusike will launch on 25 June 2020 as part of the National Arts […]Read More

A-Z of the Standard Bank Jazz Festival in Grahamstown

Some of the world’s biggest jazz innovators from 14 different countries will be on the bill at this year’s Standard Bank Jazz Festival, which runs in Grahamstown as part of the National Arts Festival from June 30 to July 9. A is for Alan Webster – The Festival’s director has been in the job since 2001. He has […]Read More

Powerhouse South African talent for Jazztown this year

They are part of 150 of the world’s biggest jazz innovators who come from 14 countries and are on the bill at the country’s oldest and longest jazz festival, which takes place from June 30 to July 9, as part of the National Arts Festival. The Standard Bank Jazz Festival in Grahamstown has become a […]Read More