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Exhibitions

Visit the Christmas Exhibition at Woza Moya, Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust, 26 Old Main Rd, Hillcrest. Entrance is FREE. The exhibition runs until the end of January 2022.
 
The exhibition is full of beautiful hand-crafted products which make wonderful gifts. The highlight of the show is  the beautiful work we bought from Rorke’s Drift: unbelievable pottery and hand printed Rorke’s Drift fabric. 
 
We have included much-loved items from previous exhibitions to give you the opportunity to view these again.
 

Christmas Exhibition – December 2021

Visit the Christmas Exhibition at Woza Moya, Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust, 26 Old Main Rd, Hillcrest. Entrance is FREE. The exhibition runs until the end of January 2022.
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beaded portraits exhibition

Wonderful Women Beaded Portraits Exhibition – September 2021

Running until 31 October 2021. Free Entry. Woza Moya Upstairs Gallery, 26 Old Main Rd, Hillcrest. Open 08:00 - 16:00 weekdays, 08:00 - 14:00 Saturdays, closed Sundays.
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Bloom Where You are Planted Exhibition – June 2021

This is an exhibition of flowers, flower paintings, beaded flower painting, wirework flowers, carved angels holding proteas and bridal flowers. This exhibition was sponsored in part by NAC, the National arts council and in part Mama Africa one of our longstanding German customers, to try to put as much funding back into the community as...
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Beautiful Birds Exhibition – March 2021

This is an exhibition where we have worked with crafters to develop products around our local indigenous birds, from Guinea fowl, Mynah birds (a non-indigenous bird we all love to hate), Hornbills, Sandpipers, Red Bishops, Wood hoopoes, Crows and Weavers . We also have a beautiful array of Chickens, Roosters and egg baskets to coincide...
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Life in Full Colour Exhibition – February 2021

Join us at the Woza Moya upstairs Gallery, project of the Hillcrest AIDS centre Trust, for a celebration of vibrant colour. The exhibition made possible by funding from the National Art Council, features work by local artists and crafters. Come and be lifted up by a swathe of colour, be surrounded by an installation of...
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