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Tatham Art Gallery Articles
from the Tatham Art Gallery Outline: September to December 2007
Friends of the Tatham Art Gallery (FOTAG)
Clear the Clutter
Clear the clutter - make a buck - and support the Tatham!
This is FOTAG's rallying cry for its latest fundraising project. You are asked to go through your possessions, identify those you can part with and place them on Cannon and Cannon's month-end auction on 27 November.
Cannon's has kindly agreed to reduce its commission on items from 20% to 10%. Our hope is that you will agree to donate at least 10% of the balance to FOTAG, which makes it a win-win scenario all round! The funds generated will be used to help purchase artworks for the Gallery's permanent collection.
Further information with more detail will reach FOTAG members shortly. Please support this initiative yourselves and pass the message on to family, friends and acquaintances. Let's make this a really successful project by working together! So... start clearing!
Thanks you all who have renewed membership. This is final appeal to members who have not done so to renew their 2007 subscriptions before the end of September. One of the consequences of not renewing your membership is that you will not receive the next Outline. You may think you can live without it - but we know you will miss it!
FOTAG Chairperson, Val Maggs, has been co-opted to the Gallery Board. In turn, two Board members, Hilary Kromberg-Inglis and Greg Bellars, have been co-opted to the FOTAG committee. This will help generate further co-operation and a closer working relationship in the interests of supporting the Gallery as a whole.
Enza imali ngokulahla lokho ongakudingi -uxhase iTatham!
Lona umkhankaso wabahlobo bethu wokunyusa imali. Uyanxuswa ukuthi ubhekisise konke lokho ongakudingi kulkho okudingayo.Kuthathe ukulethe lapha endalini yethu exhaswe ngabakwa Cannon no Cannon ezoba ngomhlaka 27 November.
Abakwa Cannon babenesihe bayehlisa inzuzo yabo ngokudayisa impahla kusuka ku 20% yafika ku 10%. Sithemba ukuthi njengomdayisi uzo nikela ngomunye u 10% ozowenza empahleni yakho ethengisiwe kubahlobo bethu i-FOTAG.Ngaleyondlela akekho olahlekelwayo.Lenzuzo izosetshenziselwa ekuthengeni imisebenzi yamaciko ezoba ngeyase Gallery.
Iminingwane egcwele kahle izothunyelelwa abangamalungu enhlangano yabahlobo bethu(FOTAG) maduze. Sicela usixhase ngokudlulisela lolulwazinakwabanye; izihlobo nabanganiAsiwenze ube impumelelo lomkhankaso!
Sibonga kakhulu kubobonke abavuselele ubulunga babo.Siyacela nakulabo abangakenzi njalo bavuselele ubulunga babo balonyaka 2007 ungakapheli u September. Umphumela omuhle walokhu ukuthola lelibhukwana i-Outline.
Umgcinisihlalo we FOTAG uVal Maggs useqokelwe ukuba ilunga lekomidi labaQondisi be Gallery, okusho ukuthi amalunga amabili asuka kubaQondisi beGallery u Hillary Kromberg-Inglis noGreg Bellars bafakwa ngaphansi komidikwaBahlobo Bethu( FOTAG).Lokhu kuzodala ukusebenzisana okuhle phakathi kwezinhlaka ezilawula i-Gallery.
The Tatham Art Gallery holds an Art Collection that contains significant British and French artworks dating back to the 18th century. Its South-African art collection is focused on, but not exclusive to, the art of KwaZulu-Natal.
The Tatham Art Gallery hosts a range of Art Exhibitions. These include traveling and researched exhibitions as well as exhibitions initiated by the Gallery and compiled from the collection.
A selection of current and archival articles from the Tatham Art Gallery. These articles provide a historical and contemporary perspective on the Gallery and the visual arts in KwaZulu-Natal.