African art and food market at NMMU

2016-05-19 06:00

The NMMU Arts & Culture Department in collaboration with CANRAD and the International Office will be hosting a cultural market in celebration of Africa Week.

Staff, students and the broader communities will be given the opportunity to showcase and sell their creative goods of home-grown, hand-made items. The market will also feature artworks of students from the NMMU School of Music, Art and Design who will sell and display their works entitled, “Where the Wild Things Are…”.

On sale there will also be non-irradiated honey, custom-made designer hats, home-made biscuits, African print fabrics, Botswana and Chinese cuisine, handbags, table cloths, designer African print clothing, recycled telephone-wire artefacts, beaded jewellery and much more!

  • The market will take place on Tuesday, 24 May outside the South Campus Library between 11:30 and 14:00.


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