New name of UJ Arts Centre theatre announced/ | Leave a Comment
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg (UJ), Professor Tshilidzi Marwala, announced the UJ Arts Centre theatre’s new name at the opening of ‘Hlakanyana’.
In tune with Africa Day celebrations,
UJ Art Gallery call for artists to paint outgoing UJ Chancellor Professor Njabulo Ndebele/ | Leave a Comment
UJ Arts & Culture a division of the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture (FADA) and the UJ Art Gallery invites mid-career, emerging and established African artists to submit proposalsRead more
Romeo & Juliet Unplugged Podcast English/ | Leave a Comment
This season features isiZulu and English adaptations of ‘R&J Unplugged’, Robin Malan’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’. The play was translated and edited by Nkululeko Ndhlovu in partnership withRead more
Romeo & Juliet Unplugged Educational Segment/ | Leave a Comment
Recorded by UJ Arts Academy students under direction of Nompumelelo Mtshali with mentorship by Dr Jerry Mofokeng, the series includes an educational segment presented by Drama and English teacher, AshalinRead more
Ticket sales open for Hlakanyana/ | Leave a Comment
To mark the celebration of Africa Day, UJ Arts & Culture and Madevu Entertainment present ‘Hlakanyana’ at the UJ Arts Centre set to open on 25 May.
After a long development journey
UJ Art Gallery presents Privileges of Proximity/ | Leave a Comment
Opening conversations, Thabo Seshoka is reimagining and repositioning the UJ Art Collection in Privileges of Proximity.
UJ Art Gallery is proud to present new UJ Curator, Thabo Seshoka’s first exhibition, Privileges of Proximity:
MTN X UJ New Contemporaries Award first curator announced/ | Leave a Comment
On 16 March, UJ Arts & Culture in partnership with the MTN SA Foundation launched the MTN X UJ New Contemporaries Award Programme and announced Khanya Mashabela as this year’sRead more
Human Rights Day virtual spoken word performance/ | Leave a Comment
Arts & Culture at the University of Johannesburg and the Centre for the Creative Arts at the University of KwaZulu-Natal are gearing up for the presentation of a free virtualRead more
UJ Launches Artists in Residence Programme/ | Leave a Comment
New, emerging and established artists are invited to submit proposals for the University of Johannesburg’s new Artists in Residence Programme.
The University of Johannesburg’s new residency programme aims to advance arts-practice
MTN and UJ launches new Awards programme/ | Leave a Comment
MTN SA Foundation and the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Arts & Culture Division announce the launch of the New Contemporaries Awards Programme.
On 16 March, the partners announced the return of
UJ Arts & Culture kicks off the year with exciting student programmes/ | Leave a Comment
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Are you ready to #PressPlay? This year, UJ Arts & Culture promises an exciting line-up of programmes offered to students from across the University at no cost. UJ Arts &
UJ announces appointment of new Curator/ | Leave a Comment
Thabo Seshoka is set to take over as Curator of the UJ Art Gallery in January 2022.
The University of Johannesburg (UJ) bids farewell to UJ Art Gallery Curator of 24
Touching soil with Pauline Gutter at UJ Art Gallery/ | Leave a Comment
This winter the UJ Art Gallery connects to the soil with Pauline Gutter’s new exhibition titled PRIMORDIAL that will be hosted from 9 June to 21 July 2021. Having lived on FreeRead more
Online Jazz Festival Because Jazz Matters/ | Leave a Comment
Online Jazz Festival Because Jazz Matters
6 April 2021
The Centre for Creative Arts at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) and Arts & Culture at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) will joinRead more
Diane Victor at UJ Art Gallery this April/ | Leave a Comment
Diane Victor explores Folly, Frailty and Fear in her new solo exhibition at UJ Art Gallery.
Renowned South African artist, Diane Victor brings her latest solo exhibition to the UJ ArtRead more
The Blind Alphabet :: Educational Competition/ | Leave a Comment
The collaboration between the UJ Art Gallery and MTN SA Foundation has resulted in a series of successful conversations over the past three years. MTN’s BLIND ALPHABET – LETTER B:Read more
Futures & Beyond – Where creativity & 4IR meet/ | Leave a Comment
UJ Arts & Culture, a division of the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture (FADA), in partnership with Andani.Africa, a creative industries research and insights company, proudly launches the inauguralRead more
Futures & Beyond Forum Programme Announced/ | Leave a Comment
On 16 and 17 March 2021 UJ Arts & Culture, a division of the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA) at the University of Johannesburg (UJ), in partnership withRead more
Moving Cube goes live with MTN’s Blind Alphabet/ | Leave a Comment
In a time of challenges – unforeseen as in the case of the limitations and restrictions due to the corona virus pandemic but also envisioned in the transformative potential ofRead more
UJ Playwriting Lab opens for 2021 applications/ | Leave a Comment
UJ Arts & Culture invites aspirant and established playwrights to apply for participation in the second round of its online playwriting laboratory.
A division of the Faculty of Art, Design andRead more
Keep ARTing with UJ/ | Leave a Comment
Arts & Culture at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) announced its ambitious plans for 2021 that present numerous opportunities for its students, staff, and arts audiences to keep ARTing.
A divisionRead more
Call for Papers :: Futures and Beyond – Creativity and 4IR Conference/ | Leave a Comment
The Futures and Beyond: Creativity and 4IR Conference aims to serve as an impetus for an Africa-centric discourse and knowledge development at the intersection of Creativity and the Fourth IndustrialRead more
Moving Cube Launched with Willem Boshoff’s Blind Alphabet/ | Leave a Comment
Willem Boshoff’s The Blind Alphabet – Letter B: Babery to Bigeminate, a digital experience curated by Annali Cabano-Dempsey, Curator of the University of Johannesburg (UJ) Art Collection, and Niel Nortje,Read more
Lwandiso Njara kicks off 2021 at the UJ Art Gallery/ | Leave a Comment
It is with great anticipation that UJ Arts & Culture, a division of the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture (FADA) proudly kicks off the UJ Art Gallery’s 2021 programmeRead more