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Make a weekend of It!
Be part of the world’s biggest A5 art exhibition! Buy a ticket & start your art collection while helping raise funds for child education.
At R150 per artwork, you could snap up an original by a famous artist.
The weekend includes the launch of Art Battle SA, a fashion show, quiz night, creative workshops, curated art aisles & an art auction with comedy thrown in.
Plus bespoke food trucks (from Mexican to vegan), craft drinks (charcoal Martini anyone?), amazing live music, a crafters market and chilled spaces & galleries to check out! Bring your kids – all welcome.
Note: Parking is limited. We suggest you use Uber or Taxify
Victoria Yards, Lorentzville, JohannesburgView on Google Maps
Friday, 27 March 16h00 to 20h00
Kicking off with the launch of Art Battle SA where 16 local artists will step-up to the easel to compete against the clock for audience votes. The champion will join the SA National Tournament Series and have a chance to head to the Art Battle World Championships in October 2020.
Also on Friday:-
Preview of the mass A5 art exhibition, bespoke food trucks and bars, craft exhibitors, art galleries and cool spaces, live entertainment, kidz zone, craft workshops and a doodle lounge.
Saturday, 28 March 10h00 to 20h00
Featuring a fashion show by talented & eco-driven designers as well as young and upcoming student designers. At 17h00 buyers can reserve their A5 art which can be collected at 18h00. Everybody Love Everybody will host a quiz night after the art sale.
Also on Saturday:-
Food, drinks, craft, galleries, entertainment, the kidz zone by Dlala Nje, workshops, creative skills demonstrations, photography and cell-phonography workshops by the College of Digital Photography, comedy and poetry.
Sunday, 29 March 10h00 to 20h00
Showcasing a line-up of art by eclectic professional artists which will be auctioned by Goliath & Goliath, with a dash of comedy.
The finalists from the Makers Valley Youth Expo by East Jozi presenting their small businesses & products.
Festival patrons can continue to enjoy the remaining A5 art, bespoke food, craft drinks, beautiful things to buy, galleries, live music, kidz zone, workshops by Timbuktu in the Valley & The College of Digital Photography, skills demonstrations, poetry & more.