#artcrawls

GIFT VOUCHERS

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Knowledge is the gift that keeps on giving. In her #artcrawls Mary Corrigall demystifies the world of contemporary African art and opens up a space for people to learn about what is happening in art right now. 

#artcrawl

 

Is a curated walking tour of galleries in major art nodes in Cape Town (Joburg #crawls start in early 2017). They are centred on a particular theme art critic, commentator and curator, Mary Corrigall has identified that is pertinent to art currently on show. The crawls begin with an introduction to the theme, where Corrigall provides a bit of historical context. From there the crawl weaves in and out of galleries and artist studios were Corrigall stops to look at specific artworks and engages in a dialogue with artists about their work. Crawls conclude with lunch in quirky cafe's. 

 

Details

#artcrawls take place at least once a month in Cape Town (Joburg dates and crawls TBA) The crawls last for 2 hours. They usually include 3 to 4 stops. No previous knowledge of art is required; they are accessible and informal excursions for anyone interested in art, art lovers, buyers, artists, teachers or foreign visitors. 

Cost 

 

Gift vouchers bought in advance of crawls are cheaper: R285 (R375 usual cost)

R435 (includes a casual lunch and refreshments)

Upcoming Crawls

28 January - Woodstock art node

16 February - Woodstock art node

17, 18, 19 February - Cape Town Art Fair (voucher excludes entrance fee)

March and April dates to be confirmed

Terms & Conditions:

Voucher holders must be contactable through email, so that they can receive information about upcoming #artcrawls

#artcrawl vouchers can be redeemed for any crawl and need only be booked a day in advance of the #artcrawl. 

Vouchers must be used within 6 months of being issued

If a #crawl is cancelled a voucher holder will be able to use the voucher for an upcoming crawl (beyond the 6 month expiry date) 

Previous #artcrawl

Mary Corrigall introduces the 'found objects' theme at Clarke's Bookshop on Long