ArtsIf Walls Could Talk – a Community Arts and Cultural Development initiative in Kimberley
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Experienced graffiti artists/muralists are invited to submit concept designs for a public mural.
The William Humphreys Art Gallery (WHAG) in Kimberley, would like to commission a muralist/graffiti artist to produce a public mural that responds to the 30th Anniversary of Democracy.
Hesta Maree, Principal Curator of Education and Public Programmes at the WHAG, joins Yolanda Maartens in the OFM Art Beat to talk about the requirements for applicants and the difference between a mural and graffiti.
Applications close: 9 February 2024
The successful artist(s) will be notified by 23 February 2024. Interested artists must be available to produce the mural in Kimberley from 11 to 15 March 2024.
If Walls Could Talk is a Community Arts and Cultural Development initiative of the WHAG that invests in the promotion of creative interventions in public spaces in the Northern Cape. Experienced graffiti artists/muralists are invited to submit concept designs for a public mural according to specifications.
For more information send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit them online here.