After 14 years of success in Cape Town, The South African College of Applied Psychology’ (SACAP) has expanded to accommodate Gauteng students. Located in Lower Rosebank a mere 2 km from Liz at Lancaster Guesthouse, the College is located at 160 Jan Smuts Ave on the corner of Tyrhwitt Ave. See http://www.rosebank.co.za/view/index/psychology_college_opens/62/1/139
Richard Penn’s new solo exhibition Horizon opens at AOP 44 Stanley Ave this Saturday. Penn’s painstakingly detailed work is always a treat. The obsessively meticulous pen and ink marks are awe-inspiring in their technical skill and meditative in their repetitive patterned fields. Opening is on Saturday 25 February at 14:00; Exhibition runs until 17th March and [...]
Shwele Bawo 14 February – 18 March 2012 Barney Simon Theatre
Shwele Bawo looks at the juxtaposition of old traditions fighting for survival against modern ways in South Africa and the effect this has on society. Through the story of the protagonist, Dikeledi Nkabinde, told retrospectively from Dikeledi’s place of imprisonment, many themes create multiple layers [...]
Boekehuis has been an institution in Jozi in terms of providing a public space allowing for informed, engaged and intelligent public debate. It is a sad inditement that the holding company, the large profitable corporate Media 24, seemed to look only at the bottom of line of profit, rather than seeing Boekehuis and what it offered in [...]
Delta Park, 104 hectares of open park land, is just 5 blocks from Liz at Lancaster. The area now known as Delta Park was part of the farm Klipfontein in the 19th Century. In 1902 it became a grazing area for cows as part of William Rattray’s estate. Delta Park as we now know it, [...]
Andrew Lyndsay of the Spaza Gallery is hosting a fab Valentine’s event. Starting at 4 pm at 19 Wilhelmina St Troyeville there is a Valentine’s exhibition followed by a show by Venus Mercedes. Book via email email@example.com or on 082 494 3275/ 082 957 0052. Cost R150 per head.
The annual platform for contemporary dance is back . The programme showing at various venues around Johannesburg, features a wide range of contemporary dance including performance art, Afro-fusion, and dance film and video by internationally renowned South African choreographers. For the full programme see http://www.at.artslink.co.za/~arts/umbrella/objects/brochure2012.pdf
solo photographic exhibition Long Distance opens at Circa in Lower Rosebank on 16th February and runs till the 10th March.
Of Dreams and Nightmares, Jaco van den Heever’s 3rd solo exhibition opened at Art Space on Jan Smuts Parkwood on 1st Feb and runs until F29th Feb. Focusing on the dynamic & changing [...]
International guests at Liz at Lancaster often ask about where to go to eat really local food. In this age of globalization and fusion food, there are few options. But here’s a fun one with a difference – real street food - a tshiya nyama meal along with local jazz and art work at The Braai Shack (TBS). It’s [...]