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More on Jozi Exhibitions

There are some interesting exhibitions on at the moment with new ones opening during July. The Winter exhibition at the Everard Read Gallery is a group show with works by over 30 artists Phillemon Hlungwani, Neil Rodger, Anton Momberg, Velaphi Mzimba, Walter Voigt, Impumelelo Beads, Angus Taylor, Hanneke Benade, Pauline Gutter, Lionel Smit, Deborah Bell, [...]

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More on Braamfontein’s buzz

If you’re going to Neighbourhoods Market in Braamfontien pop in to Post for a bite to eat bit. http://www.jhblive.com/reviews/coffee%20shop%20/%20cafe/pick-me-up_at_post/99756  by

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Sat 26 Nov:Here’s your chance to catch up with the changes in Braamfontein

  Have posted before on what is new and happening in Braamfontein. The ‘Renaissance’ includes: the Neighbourhood Goods Market , the South Point building refurbishments for urban accommodation (sorely needed for Wits students), and the public art,  starting with Van den Berg’s iconic Eland marking the entry into Braamies from the north and including the quirky metal [...]

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Simon Gush’s Exhibition ‘Representation’ at Stevenson Gallery Braamfontein

              Entitled ‘Workers Sing to the Tune of  Church Hymn 05/11/84, the exhibition closes on 21st October. There will be no opening but a panel discussion led by Bettina Malcomess on Saturday 15/10 at 12 pm. by

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