Art exhibition to celebrate Human Rights Day

As such, the Ekurhuleni metro calls all art lovers to commemorate this significant day through an art exhibition at the Springs Art Gallery, starting at noon, on Saturday, March 25.

The exhibition is made up of art and photographs created by art students from Ekurhuleni’s Art Development School, Art as Healing Classes and the Photography Projects.

Under the theme ‘Beyond Teaching’, visitors can view art that expresses the artists’ emotions, views and comprehension of various situations.

The day’s programme includes live music performances by KwaTsaDuza Jazz Orchestra, spoken word artists, fashion features and a showcase of children fun-filled art activities including painting, drawing and drumming.

The Beyond Teaching exhibition is open free of charge to the public until Wednesday, May 31.

The Springs Art Gallery is open free of charge weekdays from 8am to 4.30pm, Saturdays from 8am to noon and closed on Sundays and public holidays.


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