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Shelley painting the angel wings which are part of our upcycling project.
What started as a simple idea to build a pair of wings with recycled material has turned into a project utilising 4,500 individually cut plastic feathers.
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Nosipho Duma highlighting the issues of teenage pregnancy.
Nosipho's work is about the issues that teenagers face as they are growing such as drugs, alcohol and especially teenage pregnancy.
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Under the Sea exhibition in the Woza Moya African Art Category.
Our Under the Sea Exhibition 1 opened with a lot of excitement on Friday 19 April 2024. A big THANK YOU to MAC - Estee Lauder who provided the funding that made this exhibition possible.
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Gogo Hilda Mgaga, a skilled wire basket weaver, holding 2 of her hardwire baskets
Gogo Hilda Mgaga makes the most beautiful hardwire picture baskets. She is almost 80 years old, and still continues to produce her unique designs with great skill.
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South African Artist Malibongwe with his print Riding to School.
South African artist Malibongwe Shangase works in vibrant woodcut prints on paper. He has travelled extensively and exhibited his work internationally.
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African Art Centre and Woza Moya staff and crafters.
It is with great sadness that we let you know that the African Art Centre is closing its doors after 65 years of uplifting and showcasing South African artists.
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Painting done by Giffy Duminy at the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust Ubuntu Ground Coffee shop.
Street Artist Giffy Duminy is the Woza Moya artist of the month for November 2023. He painted a wall at Ubuntu Ground Cafe at the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust for us all to enjoy.
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In memory of Buselaphi Phewa (Xaba). Buselaphi was one of the first bead crafters at Woza Moya. She was a unique woman who celebrated and embraced her Zulu heritage. Paula shares her fond memories of Buselaphi.
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Ester Sibisi
Ester Sibisi sells her beadwork to Woza Moya and one of her well-known products is the Springbok Rugby Player Little Traveller. This heart-warming story about Ester is rich in history of the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust and Woza Moya.
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