I have been happy enough to join a group of creative women in Cape Town, we lunch, we sort out the world, but we also get involved in some worthy projects – this is the press release for the Exquisite Bunny Corpse. Chantelle and Henriette have explained far better than I ever could, so I’ll leave the words to them! the details for the auction of the bunnies: –
all the info so far:
~ saturday 5 of may
~ tea time 10:30 for 11:00
~ in haas’s gallery space (60 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town)
~ RSVP before 1st of may
rsvp to : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
the money is going to peninsula child services (skiereiland maatskaplike werke)
we are buying essentials for young kids that they need at a drop-off facility for unwanted and abused babies and kids in elsies rivier.
Since 1994, Art of Africa has annually presented two large mixed group exhibitions, in May/June and November at Fillingdon Farm, and is open by appointment for the remainder of the year. Each exhibition opens on a Saturday and runs for nine days until the end of the following Sunday, from 10am – 5pm.
Every exhibition is a combination of work by both new and familiar artists, with two common threads. Firstly, each artist has a link with Africa; most live there, but some travel out to paint or sculpt. Secondly, all work is original handcraft, made where possible from the natural materials for which Africa is famed; stone, silver, cotton, clay, wood, mohair, leather etc.”