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Joining Ntuli on his journey

THE intriguing works of sculptor Pitika Ntuli draw onlookers along Melrose Arch’s upmarket High Street, on a “A journey worth contemplating”.
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Market promises sizzling shows

THREE hot shows will keep temperatures up this winter, including the up-tempo musical Kwela Bafana+ and the thought-provoking Little Foot.
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Beautiful stones at Circa

A HUNDRED grinding stones, collected from rural Mpumalanga over the years, are on display. They capture a dying facet of South Africa’s past.
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Arabian Nights returns to stage

THE Genie of the lamp comes out to play with his friends Aladdin and Jasmine in a fun and interactive musical at the National Children’s Theatre.
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Music scores with jazz meander

MUSIC, art and culture will be promoted through the African Art and Jazz Meander, which aims to roll out countrywide from its first show in Soweto.
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Gallery owner lives the brand

THE first art gallery owned by a black woman in South Africa opened in Melrose Arch earlier this year – and it is taking Joburg by storm.
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A sweet treat at the theatre

THE Peoples Theatre presents The Gingerbread Man 2, a delightful tale with plenty of song and dance, and a lesson about problem solving at its heart.
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Arts and crafts at Boitumelo

ON Saturdays, the African Literature Bookshop fills up with people, who come for the creative lessons, as well as to share their stories.
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Organ to dance in Parktown

ONE of UK’s best-known organists, Gordon Stewart, is in Joburg to give two concerts at the St George’s Anglican Church in Parktown.
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Focus on African culture

THE art of Africa takes centre stage at the Sanaa Africa Festival, a four-day long celebration for Africa Day. Expect dance, music, poetry, theatre and film, among other activities.
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Zahara headlines Gardens concert

PREPARE to sing along to the music of award-winning music star Zahara and other top musicians at the Old Mutual Music in the Gardens Series concert.
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Soweto Theatre plans opening

AFRICA Day will be celebrated at the Soweto Theatre, which hosts its grand opening over the weekend with a packed programme of entertainment.
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Making money out of art

FUNDING, and the lack of it, and how to make the arts economically viable are the themes of a conference at UJ with the Arts and Culture Trust.
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Laughing is not forbidden

THE writing is funny, the dancing is great, the costumes are fantastic, the cast is excellent – in all, Forbidden Broadway is a great night out.
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Learning to fly

THE work of artist Njabulo Senzo Shabangu is doing what he has always dreamed of – flying overseas. His art is being snapped up beyond our borders.
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Bond at the Market

A DIFFERENT kind of Bond was at the Market Theatre, which is staging The Brothers Size, a play born of the African diaspora.
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Theatre’s future mapped out

ARTS practitioners, City officials and community members met at an imbizo called to plot the way forward for the soon-to-be-opened Soweto Theatre.
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Drama looks at woman’s woes

A WOMAN born to a drug addict must face the same challenges as her mother when she herself becomes a parent in the drama, Next Sunday.
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Wits Arts Museum will have you seeing stars

THE opening of the exhibition WAM! Seeing Stars was as much a celebration of the unveiling of the new Wits Art Museum (WAM) as a tribute to the artists and architects.
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Artist Proof Studio turns 21

AT 21, Artist Proof Studio shows the past two decades of its work as it enters a good place "to create a space for the next generation to drive it forward".
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