As a country, we South Africans have come a long way from the oppression and injustice that was Apartheid. We have lived through decades of crisis and devaluation and gotten to the point where our diverse cultures and heritage are recognized and venerated.
This embrace of our ethos has given a voice to the previously silenced voices of the marginalised ‘other’, allowing all to share in this triumph of the human spirit. Our expressiveness through the arts affirms our African culture, therefore reshaping and defining our identity and aspirations as a diverse land.
On that note we would like to welcome you to our first annual Heritage exhibition which boasts a wide array of local talent. From the outskirts of Soweto known as Kliptown to the popularly known Orlando West, not only for it’s historical positioning during the apartheid regime but recognized as location in the world to two have Nobel peace prize winners sharing the same street address.
Date : 24 October 2013 -28 November 2013, Opening of the Heritage Art exhibition
Venue : 6979 Nex Dor food emporium, Vilakazi Street, Orlando West, Soweto.
Time : 18:30 for 19:00PM
Join us for a glass of wine and a chance to meet the artists.