Join Hannelie Coetzee and partners for the second Art/Science#FireGrazer performance at the NIROXSculpturePark on 20 May 2017 (or 21 May 2017, dependent on weather)
22 & 23 April 2017
Lizamore & Associates gallery - 155 Jan Smuts Avenue
Titled “Show me the Money”, this seminar focusses on critical financial aspects of the Visual Art Sector.
Art Source South Africa and Lizamore & Associates are hosting a seminar on Professional Practice and the Business of Arts, for artists looking to effectively navigate their professional careers. Those who have attended past seminars will benefit from this new content, as well as those artists who are looking to understand how the financial side of a professional art career works.
While talent, dedication, technical expertise and hard work are necessary to create an artwork; information, a clear plan and an understanding of the business of art develops a career! This is what this seminar programme offers. Building on eight years of presenting to artists, gallerists, lecturers and other visual arts professionals, the seminar series has been a popular event on the arts calendar and was nominated for a 2014 Business and Arts Awards. These seminars are focused on key aspects of financial sustainability, career development, business strategy and industry knowledge that are necessary to navigate through the art world with success.
Says a past delegate: “Wow - was left so inspired by your seminar! I have so much to work for and look forward to. You all shared so much passion for the art world that I really do want to be part of it on a much bigger scale and you made me feel that it really is possible”.
FEES: R 1300-00| Includes: Two day seminar, full course pack, refreshments.
For bookings contact: Les Cohn - 082 395 7417 | email@example.com
After an extensive judging process, the Top 30 finalists for the SA Taxi Foundation Art Award has been decided by judges Gordon Froud, Maria McCloy and Rolihlahla Mhlangla.
We look forward to the Top 30 exhibition and winners announcement in April.
Curated by Teresa Lizamore, this auction aims to raise funds for the MAD Leadership Foundation. Join us in March at Leopards Leap for this special event.
Justin Dingwall's critically acclaimed exhibition, Albus, will be on exhibition at Artco Gallery in Germany over the holidays.
Artco Gallery also recently published a book on the compelling body of works with essays by Prof. Klaus Honnef, Rodger Ballen, Lebogang Mashile, Robyn Sassen, Pierre Lombart and Johan Mybrug.
The Bag Factory in partnership the ABSA Gallery and Strauss & Co will be hosting “25 - An Auction of Contemporary Art” on Thursday 17 November at the ABSA Gallery from 6:30pm. Work by Benon Lutaaya, Louis Olivier, Peter Mammes, Justin Dingwall and Zolile Phetshane and many more will on auction.
The work will be available to preview at the Gallery from Thursday 10 November. The auction contains contemporary work that has either never been seen or created especially for this auction by some of SA’s most well known artists including Benon Lutaaya, Deborah Bell, Sam Nhlengethwa ,Nelson Makamo and many others. Estimates range from R3000 to R200000 so there is something for everyone! We would like to invite you and your partner to join us for this exciting Auction.
Date: Thursday, 17 November 2016
Time: 18:00 for 19:00 - 21:30
Venue: Absa Gallery, Absa Towers North, 161 Main Street, Johannesburg
Dress code: Business attire
or 082 894 2198 by Monday, 14 November 2016.
You can review the catalogue of works available on auction here.
**Please note that the estimate on LOT 9 is incorrect and should read R10 000 - R7 000)
We are honoured to be partnering with Make A Difference Leadership Foundation for the Valley Flair Art Auction in November. Our very own Teresa Lizamore will be curating this charity auction. All proceeds go to charity.
Make A Difference Leadership Foundation (MAD Leadership Foundation) was formed in 2003 by Francois Pienaar. With a focus on leadership development through education, their approach is to identify academically talented scholars with leadership potential, who do not have the necessary financial resources, and offer them support in the areas of education, leadership, wellness and life-skills development. MAD Leadership Foundation holistically invests in their scholars’ academic, wellness, life-skills, mentorship and leadership journeys, ensuring that through the 9+ years on the programme they are given every opportunity to reach their full potential as South Africa’s future leaders.
MAD Leadership Foundation presents the inaugural Valley Flair Art Auction, in partnership with Val de Vie Estate and Lizamore & Associates Gallery. This is a must-attend event for art enthusiasts, with a drive to Make A Difference. Valley Flair brings you access to the creative heart of South African artistry presenting artists such as: Marieke Prinsloo-Rowe, Shany van den Berg, Mbongeni Buthelezi & many other well-known South African artists whilst enjoying what Val de Vie does best - polo, cuisine & style. With gin and jazz setting the ambience of the event to the exquisite backdrop of Val de Vie’s estate – what better way to spend an evening. Book now for Valley Flair to raise funds and awareness for the future leaders of South Africa.
Date: 11th November 2016
Venue: Val de Vie Estate
Time: 16:30 for 17:00 (the live auction commences at 18:50 & the silent auction will be accessible via an electronic bidding system).
Dress Code: Cocktail attire
Tickets: Available via Quicket - http://qkt.io/BwdsCP
Over the last couple of months, Hannelie Coetzee has been recognised for her achievements and contributions towards interlinking her fine art with other industries.
In September, Coetzee and Kirchhoff Professional Surveyors was awarded the Small Business Award at the annual Business and Art Awards for the Eland and Benko (#firegrazer) project. Read more here.
Coetzee was also a finalist for this years PPC Imaginarium Awards in the Industrial design category for her Wildwall tile. Read more here. She has recently received an additional PPC prototype development grant for this design. Interested parties can contact Coetzee to discuss potential site specific installation.
For the the launch for the new The Test Kitchen, at the Biscuit Mill Cape Town Coetzee was commissioned to create a work in this exclusive restaurant. For this, Coetzee created Sibling Portrait by engraving figures into burnt wood.
We are thrilled that the SA Taxi Foundation have won the First Time Sponsor Award for the SA Taxi Foundation Art Award 2015.
A special congratulations and thank you to the SA Taxi Foundation team for all their hard work and believing in this great initiative. We look forward to see the SA Taxi Foundation Award grow bigger and stronger in the following years and to work alongside the SA Taxi Foundation team on this project.