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18
FEB

#OFMArtBeat - The NWU Gallery presents Sethembiso Zulu in a virtual exhibit

The debut solo exhibition "Ikhaya Lika Moya" of Sethembiso Zulu, curated by Senzeni Marasela at the NWU Gallery opened on the 14th of Feb 2021. Zulu is an artist, documentary photographer, a filmmaker and a video journalist. He shares his journey as creative and healer through a series of photos. The exhibition is available online as a 3D tour.
11
FEB

#OFMArtBeat - Last year a DJ saved my life: An exhibition inspired by music

This online exhibition by Alex Hamilton is a thank-you-tribute-exhibition to celebrate and acknowledge the absolute power of song, the extraordinary musicians who create this wonder and most prominently the albums they made to tell complete and complex stories. It is also a celebration of the by now almost extinct art of Album Covers which played such an important role in his early visual language development. You can find more info on email with zelda.hamilton@gmail.com or on Facebook, just search for AlexHamiltonArt or on Instagram: alexpopart
04
FEB

#OFMKunsteklop - Michele Nigrini en die kunswerk wat haar steeds inspireer

Michele Nigrini en haar kreatiwiteit en kunswerke bly in Rosendal in die Vrystaat. Sy vertel van haar liefde vir die dinge wat haar gelukkig maak en hoe na 27 jaar daar steeds een kunswerk is wat haar loopbaan gevorm het. Sy maak tans reg vir 'n solo uitstalling Home Ground wat in Maart open. Die OFM Kunsteklop het meer gaan uitvind. Loer gerus ook by www.michelenigrini.com
28
JAN

#OFMKunsteklop - Twee gratis aanlyn konserte om Die Boer Teater te red

Margit Meyer-Rödenbeck vertel hoe moeilike besluit dit was om die Boer teater na 16 jaar te sluit. Kort na dit bekend geword het dat die teater alle personeel moes afdank het die span by WOES met hulle kontak gemaak en bied nou twee konserte aan om die teater te probeer red en 'n tweede kans te gee. Hier kan jy die vertoning bywoon op 29 Jan en 5 Feb 2021 - https://youtu.be/FjRoZZ7ZPkQ
21
JAN

#OFMArtBeat - Relief funding made possible by the National Arts Council

The NAC has limited funding available to partner with organisations in the respective nine (9) provinces to disburse COVID-19 relief funds aimed at supporting arts organisations and individual artists affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and as a result could not implement their arts activities.
To this end, the NAC is inviting organisations to submit proposals that have capacity and a proven record of accomplishment in implementing art programmes that can fulfil the disbursing of the relief funds. The NAC is looking to partner with up to four (4) organisations in each province. Applications close on the 25th of January and can be found here: https://www.nac.org.za/latest-news/call-for-covid-19-relief-fund-provincial-partners-for-the-disbursement-of-covid-19-relief-funding/
14
JAN

#OFMArtBeat - The Don Quixote Portfolio at Oliewenhuis Art Museum

The portfolio was inspired by Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes’ novel ‘Don Quixote’ published in two parts - part 1 in 1605 and part 2 in 1615. Illustrating selected quotations from Cervantes’ novel, which appear as printed sheets in the portfolio, it features the work of 16 artists and was printed at Atelier le Grand Village.

Atelier le Grand Village is a lithography studio located in the hamlet ‘le Grand Village’ in the Charente-Limousine area, in the south-west of France. The founder, Francis van der Riet, was born and grew up in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. He studied in Cape Town and has lived in France since 1988. The aim of the studio is to revive the art of lithography by inviting artists in residence from around the world.

Well known South African artists, namely, Diane Victor, Bambo Sibiya, Willem Boshoff, Jan Vermeiren, Leon de Bliquy, Christiaan Diedericks, and Pauline Gutter have printed at Atelier le Grand Village and contributed to the portfolio. Other South African artists that printed at the studio includes Mongezi Ncaphayi, Banele Khoza, Hanneke Benade and Themba Khumalo. The following international artists contributed to the portfolio: Michael Barnes, Sasha Bitzer, Corrine Forget, Anne-Catherine Charbonnier, NINA Kovacheva, Patrice Lefèvre, Valentin Stefanoff, Suzanne Touvay and Francis van der Riet.
The exhibition is on until the 21st of Feb 2021 at Oliwenhuis Art Museum in Bloemfontein.
07
JAN

#OFMKunsteklop - KKNK eers uitgestel vir 2021

Die OFM Kunsteklop het by die KKNK gaan aanklop om te hoor wat hulle planne is vir die jaar en hoe hulle steeds die kunste gaan laat voort leef die jaar. Hugo Theart, artistieke direkteur gesels oor hulle aanlyn beplanning en wat uitstallers, kunstenaars en feesgangers moet weet wat klaar aansoek gedoen het vir die jaar se fees. Meer besonderhede by www.kknk.co.za
17
DEC
2020

#OFMArtBeat - Start of the Presidential Public Art Program in the FS

The Presidential Public Art Program has launched in the Free Sate and will focus on assisting 100 artists from the Free State in receiving an income and creating public art. We chat to coordinator Marius Jansen van Vuuren about this initiative and also about what exactly public art is. If you are an artist in the Free State and you would like to get involved contact Marius Jansen van Vuuren on 074 769 3333 or email him projects@nasmus.co.za
10
DEC
2020

#OFMKunsteklop - Die B Gallery in Klerksdorp bied 'n fantastiese platform vir kunstenaars

Die B Gallery is in Klerksdorp en bied uitstalruimte vir kunstenaars van dwars oor die land. Oor die laaste 3 jaar het hulle al R600 000 se verkope vir kunstenaars moontlik gemaak en die gallery vat geen komissie nie. Eienaar Lizette Havenga vertel waar die idee ontstaan het en hoekom dit so 'n besonderse projek is. Luister gerus hier. Vir meer besonderhede besoek hulle op Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheBgalleryonMichael
20
NOV
2020

#OFMKunsteklop - Die Proteablomfeetjie nooi jou vir 'n unieke poppeteater ervaring

Wie is die Proteablomfeetjie? Waar gee sy haar treetjies en wat is haar werk? Hierdie storie kry lewe deur poppeteater en musiek. Dit is ’n verhaal van behoort-aan en om as’t ware te blom waar jy geplant is. In samewerking met die Vrystaat Kunstefees kan die kleinspan die besonderse poppeteater geniet. Hier is die skakel: https://www.vrystaatkunstefees.co.za/en/events/proteablomfeetjie-2/
Kaartjies is beskikbaar vir die aanlynvertoning by Webtickets - https://www.webticket.co.za/v2/Default.aspx
Die storie leef al lank in Schoeme Grobler se kop en ons vind uit waar die idee vandaan kom. Luister gerus na die potgooi. As jy meer wil weet oor Puppetrix, gaan besoek hulle gerus op Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PuppeTrixTheatre
12
NOV
2020

#OFMArtBeat - Grounded - Art under lockdown

Grounded by The Department of Fine Arts at the University of the Free State. Grounded consists of work created by staff and students from the Department of Fine Arts at the University of the Free State. The participating artists are Lyrene Kuhn- Botma, Andisa Luvalo, Jaco Spies, Adelheid von Maltitz, Leon Witthuhn, Bontle Tau, Juané Venter, Janine Allen, Johandi du Plessis, Dina Grobler, Kara Schoeman, Ben Botma and Willem Boshoff.

The artworks were made before and during lockdown and the initial idea of being grounded originates from the idea of being grounded at home during the lockdown. Grounded in the sense of being restricted and being tied down by an authority operating above the self. However, the meaning of the term “grounded” also suggests having a sagacious ability, thus to make good decisions and an admirable and unpretentious understanding on issues. The valence of the term is embedded within its potential conflicted meanings and offers an energy suitable for an exhibition taking place amidst the Covid 19 pandemic.

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