Be assured that all sanitising protocols are in place.
Please note that the Pretoria Art Museum will be closed to the public on Wednesday, 10 November 2021.
2021 SASOL NEW SIGNATURES ART COMPETITION |
Finalists' exhibition currently open to the public
Winners' exhibition from 11 November 2021 to 9 January 2022
Entries for the 2021 Sasol New Signatures art competition are officially closed. A total of 123 works have been selected and are on view at the Pretoria Art Museum. The winners will be announced and will be made public from 11 November 2021. The winner will receive R100 000 and a solo exhibition at the following year's Sasol New Signatures exhibition, with the runner-up receiving R25 000, and five merit award winners walking away with R10 000 each.
For more information, visit
Enquiries: Hannelie du Plessis at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 012 358 6748/6750 or Nandi Hilliard at
012 346 3100.
PATRICK RULORE – STAGE 4 MOMENTS | Henry Preiss Hall | Until 9 January 2022
Where is my shoe II, oil on canvas
Emergency firewood, oil on canvas
Future proffs, oil on canvas
Patrick Rulore, winner of the 2019 Sasol New Signatures art competition, is holding his first solo exhibition, titled
Stage 4 Moments, which runs in conjunction with the 2021 Sasol New Signatures exhibition until 9 January 2022 at the Pretoria Art Museum.
Patrick was born in 1995 in Johannesburg. After matriculating in 2013, Patrick started an art company producing art portraits. He completed his National Diploma in Fine Arts at the Tshwane University of Technology in 2021. He has exhibited widely and participated in several group exhibitions. His work was selected for the Top 100 of the Sasol New Signatures competition in 2017 and 2018. He was also selected for the Top 100 of the Thami Mnyele Fine Arts competition in 2017, received the Painting Award in 2018 as well as being selected for the Top 15 in 2019.
CERAMICS FROM THE PRETORIA ART MUSEUM COLLECTION | Ceramic gallery | Until February 2022
Horse with Chicken, earthenware
View the Pretoria Art Museum's ceramic collection that has not been exhibited in many years. Among many old masters, the museum is also the proud owner of seven Rorke's Drift ceramic pieces.
The Corobrik Collection, usually exhibited in the ceramic gallery, will be on loan to the University of Pretoria until February 2023. This gave us the opportunity to exhibit some of the art museum's ceramic pieces that have not been exhibited in many years.
A STORY OF SOUTH AFRICAN ART | Ongoing | Albert Werth Hall
Trouble with the neighbours, enamel paint on peg board
This selection of artworks from the permanent collection of the Pretoria Art Museum briefly reviews South African art. It includes works by early 20th century painters, the Resistance artists of the 1980s and artists of the 21st century. The exhibition is based on the secondary school syllabus.
SPECIAL REDUCED ENTRANCE FEE AT CITY OF TSHWANE MUSEUMS:
R2,00 ON WEDNESDAYS
Visit the Pretoria Art Museum, Melrose House Museum or Fort Klapperkop Heritage Site on Wednesdays and only pay R2,00 entrance fee.
Due to COVID-19 regulations, no guided tours are available until further notice.
Adults: R25,00; pensioners and students: R12,00; learners: R7,00
Wednesdays: R2,00 for all visitors
The museum is open to the public from Tuesdays to Sundays between 10:00 and 17:00.
It is closed on Sundays and public holidays.
Pretoria Art Museum
Cnr Francis Baard and Wessels Street
Arcadia Park, Arcadia
Tel: 012 358 6750 |
CENTURION ART GALLERY
THE APPEARANCE SEEDS OF ART
| Group Exhibition | 30 October until 12 November 2021
Opening event: Saturday, 30 October 2021, from 10:00 to 13:00
For more information, contact Samuel Monyela at
email@example.com or 012 358 3477.
The Centurion Art Gallery is open on Mondays to Fridays from 09:00 to 16:00 and on
Saturdays from 08:00 to 13:00. It is closed on Sundays and public holidays.
Centurion Art Gallery, cnr Cantonments Road and Union Avenue, Lyttelton, Centurion