Celebrating its first exhibition in its new home, the African Art Centre released a call inviting local KZN artists to be part of a group exhibition themed Heritage Reloaded: Re-engaging the meaning and dynamics of cultural heritage in contemporary Africa.
Cultural heritage is dynamic, it changes with every new generation. One of the goals of the African Art Centre is to preserve heritage. This exhibition aims to look at fresh perspectives and re-imagining what cultural heritage is in the present Africa. This exhibition is a celebration of cultural heritage relaunching the African Art Centre in Station Drive. Heritage reloaded will present works by Joseph Manana, Sibusiso Duma, Nindya Bucktowar, Nikhil Tricam, Sheryl Msomi, Heidi Shedlock, Major Ndlovu, Sabastian Pillay, Khulekani Cele, Shubnum Khan, Lungisani Ndlovu, Zweli Radebe, Sphephelo Mnguni and many others.
This exhibition of prints, drawings and paintings created by well known artists and unknown young talent will open on Thursday 7 December and run until the 30th December at the African Art Centre, 15 Station Drive, Durban.
For more detail contact the African Art Centre on 031 312 3804/5, email firstname.lastname@example.org