The 2023 graduating class of Michaelis School of Fine Art UCT are pleased to announce that they will be hosting the annual Silent Auction fundraiser, 13-15 September on bidPro – an online auction platform.
In this public talk, Dr Kim Gurney will share the innovative working principles that independent art spaces in some fast-changing cities in Africa have in common as they navigate conditions of uncertainty and accelerated flux.
For those of you that are interested in postgraduate study at the Michaelis School of Fine Art in 2024, please note that the closing date is 30 September for international applicants and 31 October 2023 for South African applicants.
'Event Horizon II’, Kamil Hassim's latest exhibition with — defunct context. In this exhibition, Kamil takes us on a journey through the mysteries of black holes and the cosmic principles that govern our universe.
Associate Professor Fritha Langerman at Michaelis opened her recent exhibition on Saturday 5 May in Stellenbosch at the GUS art gallery. A number of staff and students attended along with members of the public.
On the evening of 8 March Dr George Mahashe opened U406 Pavillion Prototype 2. Staff and students have seen it emerge in the last six months from an empty parking lot to a site specific installation and interactive art work.
The Michaelis School of Fine Art warmly congratulates our colleague, Professor Berni Searle, on the opening of Having but little Gold at the Norval Foundation. Having but little Gold is a retrospective exhibition of Searle's work spanning 2