The next SASA Plein Air outing will be on Friday 30 November at the picturesque Chart Farm in Wynberg. See the latest newsletter for details and directions.
On Thursday 29 November, at the last members’ meeting for 2018 we will, as is traditional, be holding the Eleanor Palmer competition and end of year function. We hope to see you all there. See latest newsletter for details.
On Saturday 24 November we will be in Rondebosch Park for the second “Art in the Park” for 2018. We’re looking forward to a great turn-out for a fun-filled day! See November newsletter for details.
On Thursday 25 October, Sonja Frenz will be giving us a demo in charcoal. She will show us how she adapts her unique technique, used in her beautiful black and white wooded scenes, to portraits. Please see the latest SASA newsletter for details.
For the first SASA plein air outing of the season, Johan Pieterse has organised a visit to the Buitenverwachting Wine Estate. See the latest SASA newsletter for details.
Angela will be giving us a guided tour of the painting storage area, as well as the conservation and restoration areas of the SA National Gallery. See the latest SASA newsletter for details.
At the SASA September members’ meeting, we have great pleasure in welcoming as our guest, Harry Johnson, master sculptor. He will be demonstrating his exciting sculpture technique. Get there if you possibly can!
On Saturday 8 September, Maré Bruwer will be giving a Silk Painting workshop at the Peter Clarke Art Centre in Newlands. For more details see this month’s news letter. If you’re interested in attending, email Liz Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Friday 24 August, at 18:30, the opening of the 112th prestigious SASA Annual Exhibition will be held at the Richard Crowie Hall, Kirstenbosch. The opening address will be delivered by Virginia MacKenny, associate professor of painting at the UCT Michaelis School of Fine Art. The exhibition will be open between 09:30 and 17:30 daily till Thursday 13 September.
Tony Durrheim, expert in painting water in all its forms, will be giving a workshop at the Peter Clarke Art Centre in Newlands on 21 July, using acrylics and oils. For more info, please see the June SASA newsletter.