Serving Msunduzi through the Visual Arts
KZN Schools Art Exhibition
accompanied with a Teachers Exhibition in the Schreiner Gallery
to 8 July 2007
The annual KZN Schools Art Exhibition again highlights the diversity and quality of art produced in our secondary schools.
This exhibition brings together the work of public schools from across the province in this annual exhibition, which includes works from the Matric Art Examination in 2006. In addition a large number of year works will be on show, including art works from Independent Schools in the Msunduzi area.
Matric work will be displayed in the Foyer and Main Exhibition Room of the Tatham Art Gallery. At the same time a separate exhibition in the Schreiner Gallery will display examples of art made by the hardworking art teachers.
Viewers can look forward to the refreshing talents, skills and ideas of the young generation. Besides more conventional drawings, paintings, photographs, prints and sculptures, found objects are often used to express youthful views in unexpected ways.
The exhibition will be opened by Alexandra Headmaster, Mr Cilliers Heymans, and will be on view until 8 July.
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.