Cape Town – Art guide – 3 Jan to 9 Jan 2014

Nelson Mandela Legacy Exhibition
Cape Town pays tribute to Tata Madiba. As a multimedia presentation that
showcases the Nobel Peace Prize winner’s exceptional actions and sacrifices and
documents his relationship with Cape Town, it is a fitting way to celebrate and
honour the life one of the greatest leaders that ever walked this earth.
Until 30 June
FREE
Cape Town Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town

Narda Rubens Photo Exhibition
THIS photo exhibition reflects on a journey filled with the unexpected, the amazing
and the merely odd.
14 – 26 January
Artscape Marble Foyer

Rose Korber Art
Rose Korber’s Summer Show with several important vintage and current works by
artists who exhibit in a number of the most prestigious art galleries and museums
around the world. It is Korber’s personal overview of the current state of South
African art and features paintings, mixed media works, original limited-edition
prints, photography, sculpture, ceramics and contemporary Shangaan beadwork.
Until 31 January, daily @ 10am – 6pm
48 Sedgemoore Road, Camps Bay, Cape Town, Tel: (021) 438 9152 / 083 2611173

From My View
THIS multimedia exhibition in the Marble Foyer is a pilot project by film maker
Shelley Barry and poet Toni Stuart. They share their personal experiences of moving
through each other’s worlds and open a discussion around the realities of access for
people living with disabilities. During the month-long exhibition, deaf author Nenio
Mbazima, will introduce his autobiography, Strong Winds.
Until 5 January
Artscape Marble Foyer, Tel: (021) 421 7695

Da Vinci – The Genius Exhibition
Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the inventions and art of Leonardo Da Vinci. You know that he
painted the Monal Lisa and The Last Supper, but did you know that Leonardo da Vinci also created flying
machines and diving gear? You can learn this and more amazing facts about the master painter at the
exhibition Da Vinci – The Genius.
Until 9 February
FREE – R400
Chavonnes Battery Museum, Clock Tower Square, V&A Waterfront, Tel: 0861 225598

Bit by Bit Mosaic
Full day workshops that are perfect for beginners – ‘you will be amazed at what you
can achieve after just one day,’ says owner Kerry Atherstone. What a fantastic way
to spend the day; relax, learn an amazing skill and you get to take home your
project.
R400 per person including lunch.
Observatory, Cape Town, Tel: 079 042 3908

Big Tree Mosaics
Join Michelle McConnell, who started her journey into the art of mosaics after an
inspirational trip to Turkey, at her home studio in Durbanville.
9:30am – 12:30pm & 6pm – 8pm
R60 – R90
42 Primula Crescent, Wellway Park East, Durbanville, Tel: 073 653 2688

Fiddlewood Pottery Studios
Classes are small and intimate giving students ample individual attention as they
learn the tricks of the trade. Beginners are more than welcome to come and learn
about pottery basics such as; glazing, firing, hand as well as wheelwork.
10am – 12:30pm, 7:30pm – 10pm & 5pm – 9:30pm
R410
Fiddlewood Pottery Studio 88, 1st Avenue, Harfield Village, Claremont, Tel: (021) 671
2515

Beauty of Cape Minstrels
A photographic exhibition & its objective is to showcase the beauty of the minstrels
process taking place in the flats (eg Athlone stadium) in the heart of Cape Town so it
can reach other eyes. The exhibition is still text free and visitors are most welcome
to contribute their comments, titles and insights to add value to the exhibits.
Every Tuesday – Thursday @ 10am – 4pm
Cape Baptist Charity Hall, 23 Kloof Street, Tel: 082 3442601