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2011-03-25 10:07

THEATRE

Mike van Graan’s award-winning contemporary South African drama, Green Man Flashing, makes it to Durban for the first time tomorrow.

The show, which runs until Friday, is performed by a group of third-year Durban University of Technology students and tells the story of an assistant to a high-profile politician who claims that he raped her.

It’s on at the Courtyard Theatre.
031 373 2194

FASHION

If you’re an up and coming designer between the ages of 18 and 26, this competition is for you.

Put pencil to sketch pad and submit a storyboard featuring six outfits.

Your entry must include garment illustration and mood direction, with detailed technical drawings as well as a written motivation.

The 031 Collection presented by Mr Price takes place from May 19 to 21.

The show features the talents of Terrence Bray, Nguni Shade and Amanda Laird Cherry as well as provides a platform for the finalists to showcase their creations.

The competition closes April 4.
Email: tiffany@dbn.icemodels.co.za or 0 031 309 6114.

PUBLIC ART

Public Art: A Journey from the Colonial Past into the Present is on view at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum until April 17 and features a timeline giving locations and brief descriptions of notable public art in the Bay from the Donkin Pyramid, built in 1820, to the Bay’s newest and brightest sculptures.

The public is invited to imagine artworks from the museum’s collection as public works and placed in
selected areas in Port Elizabeth.

In addition, an art forum will take place at the museum on April 11 from 9am.

041 506 2000

FINE ART

The Art for Peace benefit exhibition features 11 of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s most renowned visual artists.

Its aim is to raise awareness of the sexual violence in the country.

The exhibition takes place at the Gauteng Craft and Design Centre at Nelson Mandela Square from Tuesday until April 8.

The participating artists include Roger Botembe, Lema Kusa, Alfred Liyolo, Henri Kalama, Egide N’shole, Doudou Mbemba Lumbu, Maludi, Mavinga and Freddy Nsimba.

DANCE
Swiss Dance Company 7273 is coming to South Africa for a national tour in April.

The 7273 southern African tour will include performances of two contemporary improvisation dance pieces, Romance-S, and Listen and Watch.

Romance-S (2009) is a contemporary love story told through an elegantly simple pas de deux, with numerous references to the history of dance.

Book at www.strictlytickets.com or Computicket, or 021 465 9033

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