Traveling off the beaten track leads to discoveries. Take for example ‘Marie’ in Church Street in Gansbaai. It’s a kind of gift/art shop in a road parallel to the main road that leads to the whale watching and shark diving boats. Although it does not look like it on the outside; inside has a lot…
The Day After …..
….. The Day Before. The Wall is ready! Plus some pictures of murals of the previous editions of Viva Art Fest.
The day before …
… the original set date the Viva Art Foundation project in Stanford was held today because of the forecasted bad weather conditions for tomorrow. The wall in the Kannemeyer Street is not the same anymore but brings from now on some colour and a view on the mountains into this part of the community. For…
Teaser for this Saturday’s Township Event
For the third time the Viva Art Foundation organises an Art Event in Stanford. This Saturday 10 October local artists and people living in the Kannemeyer Street in Stanford South will together bring some colour to the houses. Today there was already a kind of teaser in the Compacta Street. Two local artists and 3…
Exhibiting at the Stanford Harvest 6: Jean Jonker
Exhibiting at the Stanford Harvest 6: Jean Jonker. via Exhibiting at the Stanford Harvest 6: Jean Jonker.
Stanford Harvest(s) at Sunset Market
Stanford Harvest is one of those unique establishments that combines (home produced) food with art and in the future also with mead pre-processed by a few million bees of their own bee hives. The premises, on the outskirts of the village, opened a few months ago. And word spreads. Promotion by word-of-mouth is the best…
In the Top 3 (???)
And suddenly also locals believed in it …… The pictured wall is that of Springfontein Eats in our village; the only restaurant in South Africa with a Michelin Star…. Interesting are the comments in the original posting. In the Top 3 (???). via In the Top 3 (???).
Viva Art Fest
(text copied from Viva Art Fest FB-page) Viva Art Fest Stanford 2013 With great joy and a surprising success we, The Viva Foundation of South Africa, created the world’s first Living Art Gallery in Mamelodi, Tshwane, by transforming actual shack-homes into works of art, with the aim to attract tourism and business to the community.…
Face Painting. via Face Painting.