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30
MAR

#OFMKunsteklop - Jacobus Silwer skets 'n blink toekoms vir sy kuns

Alhoewel jy Jacobus Silwer ken vir sy musiek, optredes en liefde vir liedjies skryf - vertel hy dat teken sy eerste liefde is. Die OFM Kunsteklop het gaan uitvind wat teken hy graag, waar sy sketse begin het en hoekom kuns hom inspireer om steeds positief te wees te midde van 'n pandemie. Luister gerus hier.
25
MAR

#OFMKunsteklop - Francois Henning se kuns en kreatiwiteit as inspirasie

Francois Henning is bekend as sanger en celeb Snotkop maar kuns en kreatiwiteit is in sy bloed. Tydens die covid-19 pandemie en inperkings het hy nes sy kollegas in die musiekbedryf gesukkel om kop bo water te hou. Dit het Francois nie onder gekry nie. Hy vertel hoe sy kuns en om met sy hande werke en bestellings te skep hom gehelp het om sy kreatiwiteit te groei. Hy is baie lief vir klei en vertel ook hoe kuns nog altyd deel is van sy lewe. Om sy werke te besigtig besoek https://www.francoishenningart.com/
18
MAR

#OFMArtBeat - The NWU Gallery brings hope with their latest exhibition "We will rise again"

“We will Rise Again” …Rooted in Venda and practising in Johannesburg, NWU Gallery presents Nditsheni Managa’s first solo exhibition.
The Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 terrorized the entire global space and had a negative effect on all forms of life including businesses. South Africa specifically, experienced harsh lockdown protocols in attempts to manage and prevent further spread of the grave disease. This had an undesirable effect on small and informal enterprises and businesses such as street vendors, hawkers, and simple service providers.
Managa’s exhibition seeks to serve as a beacon of hope and highlight the resilience of informal sector practitioners. The selection of artworks encompasses a new body of work produced during the lockdown period in 2020.
His chalk pastel drawings explore the adverse effects of the Covid-19 national lockdown in South Africa, on the informal sector and highlight the plight of the street vendors, hawkers, crafters, and simple service providers. His vivid striking palette evokes a sense of comradery with those small businesses affected and offers the viewer a glimpse of the hustling and bustling city life.
11
MAR

#OFMArtBeat - For Arno Carstens lockdown has fueled his creative fire

For most musicians the pandemic has gripped their industry to the point of suffocation. Arno Carstens has been creating art for the last 10 years but says that lockdown has fueled his creativity and has forced him to find his inner artist. He says that fans need to hold onto their paintbrushes as musicians can't wait to show how they have evolved during this time of restriction and uncertainty. In the Art Beat Arno also talks about his love for painting and the classes he attends every Monday. Take a listen to the podcast below. To view his art visit www.arnocarstensfineart.com and for the latest news on his music and shows visit www.arnocarstens.com
04
MAR

#OFMArtBeat - The NWU Symphony Orchestra is looking for new members

The NWU Symphony Orchestra is looking for new instrumentalists to join as well as non-playing members. There are various roles you can full as a musician within the orchestra as well as behind the scenes. Conductor Andre Oosthuizen talks about the plans they have for 2021 and how the application process works. Take a listen to the podcast below.
25
FEB

#OFMKunsteklop - Rus en Vrede: Kuns wat die samelewing nou nodig het

Kotze Kuns se gallery is in Bloemfontein en bied hul eerste uitstalling vir 2021 in Maart aan. Rus en Vrede begin die 3de Maart en fokus op stillewe werke van ou meesters, ander bekende kunstenaars en opkomende name. Floris Kotze, mede-eienaar by die gallery vertel vir ons van die uitstalling en verduidelik dat kuns hoop kan bring gedurende hierdie tyd van inperking en onsekerheid. Meer inligting by https://kotzekuns.co.za/
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/

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