What does it mean to be a ‘Weaver’?

Reflections on the Ashoka ‘Global Change Leaders’ gathering to promote transformative innovation in education (2 of 4) by Daniel Christian Wahl on Medium.com A weaver is someone who knows how to bridge between the different silos and sectors of society. … Read More

Review of William (Bill) Ainslie 1934 – 1989.

Privately published by David and Jill Trappler. 2014   Bill Ainslie was killed in a motor collision in August 1989 when returning to Johannesburg from an art workshop at Pachipamwe, Zimbabwe. The paintings that he made there were posthumously exhibited … Read More

Gallery South Exhibitions

The notes below have been given to me from friends; they are informed by interactions that we had during my exhibition at Gallery South in Muizenberg. (February to May 2019.) Some the actual conversations have been transcribed by Claudia Braude … Read More

The way we heal by David Koloane

We dare not forget though, that when the body finally perishes, the bacteria emerge to do away with what of the body remains, signalling the cycle of life…

Mondays at Ruth Prowse

Mondays at Ruth Prowse. (www.ruthprowse.co.za) There will be two sessions on Mondays from July until the end of October. 9.30 to 12.30 and 1 to 4 pm. This excludes Monday 26th August and Monday, 23 September. All session are R200; … Read More

“Ninth street women”

From “Ninth street women” Mary Gabriel. “ Artists who were able to , who needed to work despite the desolation of the times, had been forced to look deeper for a subject, to look inside the only thing they could … Read More

Teaching 2019

Greetings to you all. 2018 was a productive year for many in the Monday morning sessions. There was interaction, discussion and suggestions. Some people discovered news kills and tried new ideas, others worked on developing basic drawing. Thanks to all … Read More

Welcome to Greatmore Street Studios

October/November 2018 Hello and welcome to Greatmore Street Studios.  Greeting from David Koloane and Lionel Davis, two of our honoree board members who would have liked to have been here this evening. I have the privilege to welcome you all … Read More