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First Thursday at The KZNSA Gallery & Sasol New Signatures Pop-Up Exhibition Opening

First Thursday at The KZNSA Gallery & Sasol New Signatures Pop-Up Exhibition Opening

This month our LAB Talks provide an insightful look at the Sasol New Signatures art competition with KZN winners Sthenjwa Luthuli (2017 Runner Up) and Elizabeth Balcomb (2014 Winner) sharing their experiences in the competition along with regional judge, David Tshabalala.

In our Main and Mezzanine Galleries Sasol New Signatures exhibition of 2018 KZN submissions.  The Park Contemporary Gallery will be open to purchase some of the best in local art.

The eclectic night continues as we have band Stone Soup  as our feature musicians. Stone Soup are the band that are re-introducing Durban to the Afro-punk experience. They are representative an aesthetic of punk rock/neo soul/ afro-beat, hip-hop.

Even with this fusion, StoneSoup has easily identifiable traditional Nguni melodic progressions. StoneSoup has been critically acclaimed as one of the best bands to come out of the Durban under-ground for some time.

Our bar and Arts Cafe will be open from 17h00 for drinks and delicious food that is pocket and vegetarian friendly.

*Entrance is free and all are welcome. Please see attached photographs with credit in the filename. Should you want to interview artists or for more information please contact me directly. 

 

 

Get It Magazine Durban July 2018

Celebrating Africa
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Its time to READ competition

A wise man once quipped: Creativity is contagious. Pass it on. Albert Einstein certainly knew what he was speaking about, and when it comes to encouraging creativity and imagination in our youth, just think of the untold treasure, waiting to be discovered!

 

Glad to go camping

The kids are on their mid-year hols and a camping weekend’s on the cards. Woo hoo.

 

How are you enjoying your Cadbury Breakaway?

Chocolate wrapped and filled wafer. On a chilly winter night, there’s really not much more we want than this, a mug of coffee and a good book.

 

July spoil

Adventure awaits…

 

Buon appetito!

With nothing but a suitcase full of dreams and her faithful friend ‘the cello’, Cecilia Di Cecco left Italy to work as a musician with the KZNPO in Durban. Here she learnt to cultivate her music and at the same time began a love affair with food that eventually led to the recent launch of her first cookbook, Cucina in South Africa.

 

A fairy tale for modern times

Being massive fans of everything royal (especially the recent wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry) we absolutely cannot wait for the release of this 124 page royal bookazine, The Royal Wedding: A People Magazine Exclusive Collector’s Souvenir (R100).

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