The Department of Visual Art at the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA) will host a series of events this February, two of which are partial M Tech Degree fulfillments – including “An exhibition of Interactive Sculptures: Musical Machines”; “An exhibition of sculptures made of musical instruments” by Senior lecturer, Froud Gordon; and “An exhibition of ‘in-between’ glassworks”.
All events are free and open to the public.
An exhibition of Interactive Sculptures: Musical Machines (1-13 February 2016)
Venue: Atrium (FADA) building, UJ Bunting Road Campus, Auckland Park.
An exhibition by UJ Masters Researcher Jean Paul Lemmer of interactive, mechanical sculptures entitled Musical Machines will be on show from the 1st – 13th of February 2016. All are welcome.
An exhibition of sculptures made of musical instruments
Venue: Musicworx, 157 Jan smuts Ave, Parkwood (Next to Lizamore and Associates).
UJ Visual Art Senior lecturer Gordon Froud’s “Mute” show of sculptures made of musical instruments will open at from Thursday, 4 February 2016. Open Mic Nite will allow you to jam with or just enjoy music till late in the evening.
An exhibition of ‘in-between’ glassworks curated (4-18 February 2016)
Venue: Art It Is, No 11 Chester Rd Parkwood, cr Winslow Rd.
UJ Masters student Thabang Monoa has curated a show of Contemporary Glass practice in South Africa. This ‘must see!’ exhibition features the best of Gauteng based Glass art practitioners and will be opened by a world expert and foremost collector of Glass in SA, Dr Ingram Anderson at 6:30pm. This show has been carefully curated in a Glass and Steel gallery down the road from the Parkwood Artstrip.