David Krut Bookstore is pleased to introduce the independent book publishers Iwalewabooks! Iwalewabooks is a publishing house for art and discourse. Through a number of series, they dedicate their publications to questions about aesthetic social discourses, the politics of collecting and debates about archives and artistic and academic positions from the Global South. All publications
David Krut Arts is dedicated to supporting arts awareness and arts education in South Africa, southern Africa, and throughout the continent as well as abroad. This includes encouraging professional skills in writing, the creation of art by supporting emerging artists, and arts administration. In line with these commitments, in 1999 David Krut Publishing began work
Join us on Saturday 3 August at 11 AM at THE BLUE HOUSE, 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood to hear self-proclaimed Russian Art Nerd Alena Georgobiani .
The United Nations officially declared 18 July as Nelson Mandela International Day in November 2009, recognising Mandela’s “values and his dedication to the service of humanity” and acknowledging his contribution “to the struggle for democracy internationally and the promotion of a culture of peace throughout the world”. The idea of Mandela Day was inspired by
This month at The Blue House, we are taking a look at our extensive and comprehensive range of TATE Publications and in this spirit, this week’s theme takes a look at a few of our favourite children’s books. Poka & Mia: At the Cinema By Kitty Crowther – 160 This charming children’s book was written
Master Printer Jillian Ross, at the David Krut Workshop, was interviewed on Classic FM Radio 102,7FM for their Classic Arts Feature. Ross answers questions about the different processes used at the Studio. Listen to the podcast here.
On Sunday 3 June, at our Arts On Main space, we had the brightest little minds join us for a Children’s Storybook Reading of The Herd Boy by Niki Daly, read in Zulu and translated into English by the amazingly talented illustrator and visual story-teller, Zhi Zulu. A group of 7 little children came into
Movement Breaks in the Classroom Workshop The movements workshop was facilitated as a project by Occupational Therapist, Regina Broenner in collaboration with Khosi Radebe powered by Stanford Creative Works, A David Krut Projects initiative. The workshops were facilitated over a 2 day session in which over 30 parents and facilitators from ECD centers were in
This term we offered another workshop for the parents of the foundation phase learners at Die Bron Primary in collaoration with Jenny van Velden from the Principals Academy. The parents’ workshop was held on a Saturday morning where parents were invited to join us. The workshop covered a variety of topics on how to
Interactive Story Telling and Puppet Show along with an Adult presentation as part of ‘The Night Garden at Montebello’ David Krut Projects Cape Town with Sharon Geffen Thursday 30th March 2017, 18:00 David Krut Projects Cape Town (DKCT) had the pleasure of hosting a children’s interactive storytelling and puppet show followed by an adult presentation