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This artwork by Khaya Ngcanga forms part of ArtEC’s Dark Hour exhibition.    Photo:SUPPLIED
This artwork by Khaya Ngcanga forms part of ArtEC’s Dark Hour exhibition. Photo:SUPPLIED

ARTEC community art centre is inviting art enthusiasts to visit the Dark Hour exhibition, which will be on show until Wednesday, November 18.

The exhibition, hosted by the art centre in conjunction with the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, showcases and demonstrates how local artists portray their sensitivity to the difficulties brought about by the current global pandemic.

The theme, Dark Hour, seeks to comfort artists experiencing hardship by outlining the current situation as temporary, while emphasising preventative measures for artists to adopt in order to avoid further negative impact of the virus in their livelihoods.

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