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The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) is a non-profit, membership-based arts organisation whose primary aim is the advancement and promotion of South African contemporary art and artists. In 2004 the AVA received its certified NPO status from the Department of Social Development.
The AVA Gallery is based in the heart of Cape Town, having occupied its current premises at 35 Church Street since 1971. It is the oldest non-profit art gallery in Cape Town. Here contemporary visual art production is promoted through regular exhibitions showcasing all media – from painting through to ceramics, photography, installations and performance – by established and emerging artists. In its choice of artists, the selection committee endeavours to promote the discursive and experimental nature of contemporary art. In doing this the AVA seeks to make important contributions to the ‘open texture’ of South Africa’s art community.
Greatest Hits 2018
An exhibition of select works from Michaelis School of Fine Art, Ruth Prowse School of Art, AFDA and Stellenbosch University’s 2017 graduates.
Cape Town, SA – Association for Visual Arts showcases an exhibition of select works from Michaelis School
of Fine Art, Ruth Prowse School of Art, AFDA and Stellenbosch University's 2017 graduates.
Participating artists are: Bianca Bell, Alex Coetzee, Mika Lapid, Johno Mellish, Anico Mostert, Savannah Curry, Laura Donnelly, Yvonne Obiero, Stephanie Ferrigno, Kirstin Warries, Chelsea Ingham, Emma Aspeling, Nicolene Burger and Luvuyo Equiano Nyawose
Greatest Hits 2018 runs from 12 April to 10 May 2018.
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