Surprise the artist or art lover in your life with these creative offerings which are sure to bring a smile to their face.
The Bag Factory and Strauss Education are delighted to announce the winner of the tenth edition of the Cassirer Welz Award.
This November, the artist will turn 85 and to tie in with the occasion she will be launching the largest solo exhibition she has produced to date online and at The Melrose Gallery's Johannesburg branch.
Willem Boshoff's The Blind Alphabet - Letter B: Babery to Bigeminate, a digital experience curated by Annali Cabano-Dempsey and Niel Nortje, is now online.
The Proudly Porterville Art Weekend, an annual event that has firmly made a name for itself on the events calendar, will be taking place once again in the picturesque town of Porterville in the Swartland from the 26 - 29 November 2020.
In an open call for entries MTN and UJ invited emerging artists to submit artworks as a response or a form of conversation with the letter B in Willem Boshoff's The Blind Alphabet.
The programme is a one-year course that gives students a solid foundation in the techniques, practice and theoretical aspects of drawing.
The founder of the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg, died on Monday 5 October 2020, according to Liza Essers, the director of the gallery.
Laid over much of the floor space in the open-air piazza at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, the floor mural features an illustration of a woman raising her a chalice as she greets guests and invites us to a vibrant and safe get-together.
Due to the ramifications of Covid-19, the offering for 2020 is an online exhibition with MTN's THE BLIND ALPHABET - LETTER B: Barbery to Bigeminate by Willem Boshoff, as well as selected artworks derived from an Emerging Artists Development Programme.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many art fairs to move their offerings online and the RMB Turbine Art Fair (RMB TAF) has followed the trend by offering an exciting mix of individual gallery viewing rooms, curated special projects, an extensive free talks and walkabouts programme and an unique virtual reality experience from 28 August - 2 September 2020.
A masterclass, presented by Corrigall & Co, will offer an overview of the forces that have thus far shaped, driven and distorted the structure of the African art ecosystem(s) with reference to different art capitals on the continent.
Madlozi Art invites artists, filmmakers, photographers and performance artists to interpret womxn, 'self' and authentic representation of bodies
THK Gallery, Jake Michael Singer, RMB and the RMB Turbine Art Fair (RMB TAF) are proud to announce the launch of the Emergence Art Prize, to be inaugurated at the RMB TAF 2020.
August 2020 will be the 8th edition of RMB Turbine Art Fair with the aim of offering a bigger, bolder and exhilarating fair
Pitika Ntuli's novel exhibition Azibuyele Emasisweni, (Return to the Source), presenting 45 bone sculptures (each with their own praise song) will challenge and test these terms and how art can be enjoyed virtually.
The Lockdown Collection (TLC) announces The Extension Collection - a series of 21 extraordinary artworks curated by a team led by artist and academic, Gordon Froud.
UPDATE: Competition cancelled for 2020
The call for entries for one of South Africa's oldest and most respected art competitions, the Sasol New Signatures Art Competition, is now open.
At a gala event held at the Rupert Museum in Stellenbosch, Hello Wolk!, Tears Become Rain and PLANTed, were selected as the awarded projects.
Art Source South Africa's Art Career Coaching offers individualised information, guidance, art-making and curatorial support, and marketing advice to any artist to manage their professional art careers.
A4 Arts Foundation presents experts from Denmark, the USA, France, and South Africa together to talk about the work and life of Ernest Mancoba.
The global live art tournament where artists compete and create; transforming blank canvases into finished works, amongst an audience; is coming to South Africa.
A handy guide to the South African art fairs and festivals in 2020.
The exhibition cover a period of 22 years that follow the trajectory of the artist's initial confrontations with issues of belonging and dis-belonging as the chasm between her mother country and her adopted home.
Every year, art competitions around South Africa offer artists the opportunity to build and develop their artistic resume as well as win handy cash and other prizes. Art.co.za takes a look at what art competition opportunities are available in 2020.