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Postal address: 10 Mahlatini Street · Fordsburg · Johannesburg · 2001
Physical address: 10 Mahlatini Street · Fordsburg · Johannesburg · 2001
FNB JOBURG ART FAIR 2015
Sandton Convention Centre
161 Maude Street,
Friday: 12pm – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm
|The Bag Factory Artists’ Studios presents NO RULES APPLY 2.0.
This is an opportunity for artists and audience members to take over the Bag Factory gallery. NO RULES APPLY 2.0 questions who is “the artist” and why only some works are ever seen by the public by focusing on the production of work.
NO RULES APPLY 2.0 is a platform for audiences and artists to collaborate in a broader sense and explore their own creative freedom within a gallery space. Though the Bag Factory is not a commercial gallery we are making our gallery space available for anyone who is keen to take over and create something new on the walls.
How does it work?
Food and drinks will be available for sale on the day and are outside of the ticket price.
|Price R45 pp
Buy your tickets for NO RULES APPLY on Quickets
|In addition to being able to make your own work you could see all the Art Work that covers Newtown by joining in the Newtown Art Tour:
The Newtown Precinct is home to a number of fantastic art studios and schools. Why not join Past Experiences on a walking tour of a number of these spaces, including the Artist Proof Studio, Assemblage and The Market Photo Workshop. The tour will also look at the history of Newtown, its regeneration and its vibrant public art and graffiti. There is no better way to spend an afternoon in the city.
Time: 12h00 until 15h00
Meeting and Ending Place: The Bag Factory (parking available on surrounding streets).
Price: R180 pp
To book the Newtown tour contact P.A.S.T Experiences;email@example.com
The Bag Factory Artists’ Studios invite you to
An exhibition by visiting artists:
Usha Seejarim & Neo Matloga (supported by the OR Tambo cultural precinct), and
Taiye Idahor (supported by the Triangle Network)
When: Wednesday, 8 July, 5:30pm -8:30pm
Exhibition runs: Thursday 9 July – Wednesday 15 July, Monday – Friday, 9:30am -4:30pm
Artist Walkabout: Saturday, 11 July, 11am – 12pm
Where: 10 Mahlatini Street, Fordsburg
The OR Tambo Cultural Precinct (the Precinct) in Ekurheleni has been established and constructed to preserve the legacy of Oliver Reginald Tambo by the government of South Africa to acknowledge his great contribution of freedom for the people of South Africa. The Precinct is a proudly Ekurhuleni initiative that represents the city’s support of its citizens, a flagship tourism destination and museum to house important history for generations to come. It was opened in October 2012 by then deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe.
The Bag Factory is proud to be working with the OR Tambo Cultural Precinct on artists’ residencies and children’s workshops. The aim of the programmes is to help to built an arts presence in Ekurhuleni. The selected artists for this project are Usha Seejarim and Neo Matloga.