Art attack at Tsoga Centre in Philippi

2017-03-23 06:03

Inkcubeko Yethu Art will host an exhibition on Saturday March 25 at Tsoga Centre in Philippi from 10am till the evening.

The event represents the conclusion of the 2015-2017 edition of Art Residency Project, an exchange program between South African and Italian artists supported by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. Conceptualised by Centro Luigi Di Sarro of Rome in collaboration with Everard Read Gallery of Cape Town, the ARP saw the opening of a solo exhibition by Valentina Colella last week at the Everard Read Gallery.

The Inkcubeko Yethu Art Event will display, in the spaces of the Tsoga Centre in tPhilippi, an exhibition of artworks selected among the entries for a call for young artists working and living in South Africa.

The winner-selected by a jury of experts that will participate in the celebration-will receive a prize offered by the Consulate of Italy.

A series of live art performances, music and a workshop for the younger generation will be but some of the ‘art attacks’ to be experienced and enjoyed during a special day that will bring together our communities to celebrate cultures and arts.

Special guests at this event will be the two artists of the last ARP exchange, Valentina Colella and Zwelethu Machepha, who will create a site specific artwork interacting with the audience.

The public is welcome.

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