Our first members’ exhibition for 2018 is currently on show at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, in the John Winter Hall and will be up until Sunday 29 April. The exhibition was opened at 6:30pm on Friday the 20th by well known artist and teacher, Margie Johnson, who, in her own […]
On Tuesday 13 March, the group of SASA members who attended were privileged to have Hayden Proud, curator of the exhibition, showing us around “Assessing Abstraction” at the National Gallery. He gave us the benefit of his vast knowledge of the history of art and especially pertaining to this particular […]
The first SASA Art In The Park for 2018 will be held on 17 March at Rondebosch Park on Campground Rd. For more info, please see the latest newsletter. For bookings, please email our secretary, Liz Pearson at email@example.com
On Thursday 25 January a busy bunch of volunteers spent the day hanging the Merit exhibition in the Richard Crowie Hall at Kirstenbosch, but we had to wait till Friday for the opening, as our monthly meeting was on the Thursday night. It was worth the wait. A beautiful exhibition, with the well-chosen pieces sitting […]
The 2018 SASA Merit exhibition will be opened by internationally acclaimed artist, Derric Van Rensburg, on Friday 26 January at 18:00. The exhibition, held in the Richard Crowie Hall, at the Kirstenbosch botanical gardens, will run till Sunday 4 February.
Saturday 25 November was a beautiful day for Art in the Park and everyone was there bright and early to get their stalls up and ready for business. We had over 100 artists taking part this time, both SASA members and those from other art societies around Cape Town, providing an abundance of art for […]
Our second Art in the Park for 2017 will be held on 25 November in Rondebosch Park, on Campground Road. See the latest newsletter for details.
This has been a busy week for SASA council members and their team of helpers. On Wednesday we dismantled the Annual Exhibition from the “Richard Crowie Hall” at Kirstenbosch and on Thursday 5 October we were back again to hang the Members’ 2 Exhibition – once again a challenging job, expertly overseen by Sylvia De […]