Rikus Grobler | Oct 18, 2017 | 0
Who should educate the public about art?
Artists from the John Muafangejo Art Centre (JMAC) will be having an exhibition reflection on the role of educating the public about art on 10 July at 17:30 at the JMAC centre situated in the CBD. charge.
This collection on exhibition will include brand new works that all respond to the notion of art in the public space and the education of it. This is an on going mobile display and it is an effort to reflect on the role of JMAC has played in hosting artists over the years, in the institution’s work, networking and collaboration which have been central to public education of and through the arts.
Their vision is to promote and provide innovative and practical visual arts programmes in the country to enable artists to grow to their full potential and prepare them for self-empowerment.
The artists who will be displaying their art work at JMAC include Wilka Mumangeni, John Kalunda, Tulina Nakashona, Trianus Nakale, Elizabeth Shinana and Uarika Tjiteere.
In this endeavor, JMAC has partnered with FNCC, whose primary mission is to support the local arts scene and the entrance for the exhibition will be free of charge.