What's on 6 February

2008-02-06 00:00

Pmb Music: The South African Society of Music Teachers’ next free lunch hour concert in the Tatham Art Gallery is today. The St Nicholas Steel Drum band will play a variety of pieces. As usual, the concert will run from 1.10 pm to 1.50 pm and all are welcome. For more information, phone Jean Kudernatsch at 033 394 1818.

Pmb Art: Macs is hosting the launch of its Macs brand of postcards at 5.30 pm for 6 pm at 173 Alexandra Road today. All are welcome to attend. The exhibition of Wearable Art by Sue Akerman, Annette McMaster, Jutta Faulds and Clare Smith in the Café and 3D Galleries continues this month. For more information about Macs activities, phone 033 386 6500 (mornings). The Macs Coffee Shop is now open from Monday to Thursday from 8 am to 4 pm, on Friday from 8 am to 8 pm, on Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm and on Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm. Phone 033 346 0690 to book.

Dbn Art: Opening at the Durban Art Gallery at 6 pm and running until March is Little Traveller, an exhibition of photographs that were taken by Woza Moya Crafters. Woza Moya is a group of 100 men and women who are part of the Hillcrest Aids Centre income generation project. The focus of the exhibition is The Little Traveller, a tiny beaded symbol of hope that broadcasts the group’s message around the world. The exhibition will be opened by Gcina Mhlope. For more information, phone 031 765 5866 or e-mail wozamoya@hillaids.org.za

Pmb Art: The Tatham Art Gallery’s New Acquisitions exhibition runs until May 4. This showcases works bought by and donated to the gallery over the past couple of years, as well as some older pieces that have been in the Tatham, but never accessioned into the collection, and paintings that have hung in the city hall since the days that the gallery was housed there. Some of the works were bought on local exhibitions, from Jabulisa 2006 and from last year’s Echo Craft Bazaar. Gallery hours are 10 am to 6 pm, Tuesday to Sunday. For more information, phone 033 392 2801.

Pmb Art: The Basani Craft Centre at 15 Hyslop Road is open daily from 10 am to 4 pm (closed on Mondays). There is a gallery stocking Zulu crafts and art, fabric designed by Siyabonga Trompies Ndlovu, a clothing range and the Basani kitchen, which serves tea and coffee with light refreshments. For more information, phone 033 342 3697 or Zazi at 076 962 9981.

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