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11:02 (GMT+2) Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Die week in die Kultuur Kruiwa!

Klerksdorp hou van Vrydag tot Sondag – Jubelfees.

Die Odeion Skool vir Musiek bied ‘n Lieder-uitvoering deur UV-Alumni aan. Die aand vind plaas Saterdag die 15 de Sept half 8 die aand by die Odeion in Bloemfontein. Hierdie uitvoering sal bestaan uit populêre Lieder en duette van Mozart, Schubert, Strauss, Haydn, Schumann en Mendelssohn. Twee soprane, Marguerite van Wyk en Talita Laubscher, sowel as twee baritons, Hendré van Zyl en Dolf Mathee, sal verskeie gewilde gunsteling Lieder en duette saam met pianiste Lesley-Ann Mathews en Jana Mathee uitvoer. NAVRAE: Ninette Pretorius (tel. 051 401 2504)

Kimberley Trinity Methodist Church presents an Organ Recital on Sunday the 16th of September @ 15.00 This special recital features Organist – Matthew v Wyk and Trumpeter – Danie Roux. Entry is free.

Remember the PPC Cement Young Sculptor Awards entries close today at Oliewenhuis Art museum in Bloem. You better hurry.

Cachet Kleinteater in Potchefstroom bied die 1927 film Sunrise – Sondag middag 15:00. Moet nie die nostalgiese verhaal mis nie. Die film het ‘n Academy Toekenning ontvang by die heel eerste toekennings in 1929.

The winners of the 2012 Sasol New Signatures Competition were recently announced at the Pretoria Art Museum. Presented by the Association of Arts Pretoria, the competition is the longest running national art competition in South Africa and is aimed at new and emerging young artists 18 years and older.
Sasol was also a winner at the BASA Awards in the Sustainable Partnership category for their 23 years support of the competition. Maurice Radebe is the Group Executive member at Sasol. Listen to the podcast right here on my blog "a Slice of Life'.

Art curator at Sasol, Cecile Loedolff, says that this year the entrants focused more on ecological issues incorporating art, craft and design. The evening also saw various entrants showcasing their performance pieces. For Peter Binsbergen, National Chairperson of the Sasol New Signatures selection panels, it is important to take performance pieces in consideration and they will also hopefully focus on collaborations.

The average age of the Top 7 this year are in their mid 30’s and 48-year-old Franschoek-based emerging artist, Ingrid Bolton, was announced the winner for her artwork ‘Un(sea)n’. The runner-up was Mandy Martin for her pieces, ‘Trembling Giant’ and ‘Virgin Pulp’. The Sasol New Signatures exhibition will run at the Pretoria Art Museum until the 30th of September.

Onthou as jy enige kuns en kultuur nuus het enige plek in ons streek – stuur vir my ‘n epos by
Tot volgende week bring ek vir jou ‘n kruiwa vol kultuur.


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