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Meet Multi-disciplinary Artist Nkhensani Rihlampfu

Nkhensani Rihlampfu is a multi-disciplinary artist born in the country’s northern province of Limpopo. He studied fine arts at the Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, where he went on to obtain a B-Tech in Fine Arts. Over the past few years, Nkhensani has been involved in several art programmes and has produced many commissioned […]Read More

Meet Painter Andrew Kayser

Andrew Kayser is a contemporary artist living and working in inner-city Johannesburg, South Africa. He graduated from the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten (Royal Academy of Art), Den Haag, Netherlands in 2001 and went on to participate in several exhibitions in and around the Netherlands before returning to South Africa in 2005. After a lengthy […]Read More


Mwana wevhu (Son of the Soil) is an online solo exhibition by Adolf Tega. Characterized by Tega’s faculty to appraise life spiritually and philosophically, ‘Mwana wevhu’ is a Shona expression that translates to ‘Son of the Soil’. The exhibition probes a range of themes about the human condition including memories, culture, religion and tradition. Tega […]Read More

onedotzero cascade ZA showcase set to close InnovationZA 2015

British Council Connect ZA is excited to present the cascade ZA showcase as the official end of InnovationZA 2015 at The Art Party. Party-goers are encouraged to engage with the creative digital interventions produced by the cascade ZA 2015 participants. The installations and games will be located throughout the Alexander Theatre, in Braamfontein JHB. For […]Read More