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ARCHAEOLOGY 101 with Dr Karim Sadr – THEORIES, METHODS AND PRACTICE 🗓

Join us at THE BLUE HOUSE – 151 Jan Smuts Avenue – on Saturday 8 February 2020, 11 AM for an exclusive opportunity to listen to Wits University professor Dr Karim Sadr share an overview on archaeological theories, methods and practice. Dr Sadr will be using ARCHAEOLOGY: THEORIES, METHODS AND PRACTICE by Colin Renfrew and

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Talk at 151 | Artistic Expression is a Constant Companion 🗓

Join us on Saturday 18 January at 11 AM at the David Krut Bookstore and Gallery – THE BLUE HOUSE – 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood for a casual talk between two creatives from Frankfurt, Germany. ‘Artistic expression is a constant companion’ will be a presentation by James Culver (Creative communicator and educator from USA)

By - Thando

TAXI ART -003- JEREMY WAFER

Wafer is one of the artists selected for a first series of monographs sponsored by the MTN Art Institute, The French Institute and Pro Helvetia, and edited by Brenda Atkinson. The publication came out in June 2001, and is available from David Krut Bookstores, R250

By - Dale Wyngaard

Visual Art Facilitation at Die Bron Primary

Over the past few weeks we have collaborated with Die Bron Primary school in Stanford, local artists and the Grootbos foundation in facilitating art sessions for the learners at die Bron. The project started with the schools desire to participate at the regional visual arts celebration. The Western Cape education department is having a visual

By - Dale Wyngaard

Visual Art Facilitation at Die Bron Primary

Over the past few weeks we have collaborated with Die Bron Primary school in Stanford, local artists and the Grootbos foundation in facilitating art sessions for the learners at die Bron. The project started with the schools desire to participate at the regional visual arts celebration. The Western Cape education department is having a visual

By - Dale Wyngaard

Claywork in our Early Learning program

A round ball of Earth – Clay work in the Early Learning Environment Once upon a time there was a tiny round ball made from Earth. The ball grew and grew until it could fit into the palm of our hands. That is how we start our clay session – with a story. The children

By - Dale Wyngaard

Satellite Creative Works Johannesburg

On Mandela Day, 18 of July, The David Krut Projects Team and Creative Works representative in Johannesburg Khosi Radebe spent the day at MaiMai Day-care, in Johannesburg CBD. During the visit the children at the day-care were given lunch and cake supplied by Johannesburg Culinary & Pastry School and David Krut Projects. After lunch the children had their faces painted

By - Dale Wyngaard

Paper Crumble Activity at Masakhane Primary

This week our early learners practiced their hand skills by crumbling tissue paper into little balls and creating a picture scene with it. This craft activity enhances dexterity and the use of the tripod fingers in preparation for w riting activities. Thumb, index and middle finger have to work in collaboration with each other to

By - Dale Wyngaard

SCORE Swop Shop – Mandela Day event

The three-day Swop Shop painting event in Stanford was a truly communal effort. This collaboration between youth, community organisations and a collection of local artists set the standard for future celebrations and events. It is clear that Stanford faces challenges and when people come together to work together, it shines a light on how we

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