CV

 

Education

• RMB Talent Unlocked Mentorship and Professional Practice Programme. 2018.
• BA (Fine Art). University of the Witwatersrand. 2015- 2018.

Exhibitions

2019:

-PPC Imaginarium Awards: UJ Art Gallery. Johannesburg 27 April – 15 May.

-Beyond Aesthetics: Botaki Ba Africa. Pretoria 30 March – 15 April.

-Open Studio Art Affair. August House. Johannesburg 10 March.

2018:

-NEWWORK18: The Point of Order, Johannesburg 1-17 February.

-PPC Imaginarium Awards: UJ Art Gallery, Johannesburg 4 – 25 April; AVA Gallery. Cape Town 17 May – 14 June; 100% Design, Midrand 8-12 August.

-RMB Talent Unlocked: Turbine Art Fair, Johannesburg 12 – 15 July.

-Wits Young Artist Award: The Point of Order, Johannesburg 26 July – 8 August.

-Protagonist: Artists Responding to Sexual Violence: Studio Facture, Johannesburg 1- 10 August.

-State of the ART Gallery Award: State of the ART Gallery, Cape Town 6- 22 September

-NEWWORK18: GRADSHOW. The Point of Order, Johannesburg 27 November – 9 December.

2017:

-PPC Imaginarium Awards. UJ Art Gallery. Johannesburg. 18 May –15 June; Turbine Art Fair. Johannesburg. 13 –16 July; 100% Design. Midrand. 9–13 August; KZNSA. Durban.26 September -15 October 2017; AVA Gallery. Cape Town. 28 October –10 November.

-One Colour At a Time. Wits Art Museum. Johannesburg. 27 June-10 November.

-Simple Narratives. IDC Art Gallery. Johannesburg. 27 March-28 June.

-Overtime representations, values and imagined futures of ‘classical African Art. Wits Art Museum. Johannesburg. 21 February –13 April.*

2016:

– Sasol New Signatures. Pretoria Art Museum. Pretoria. 2 September –1 October.

-Occupation. The Point of Order. Johannesburg. 4 –19 February.

Collections

2017:

Early Teethings, Silkcreen monotyprint. Wits Art Museum. Johannesburg.

Publications

2017:

Overtime Representations, Values and Imagined Futures of ‘Classical African Art’. Wits Art Museum.

Public engagements like workshops, art markets, talks and presentations.

2016:

Presentations
Art and Student Politics Colloquium (as part of The Occupation Collective Group Exhibition). Wits Graduate Centre. Johannesburg.

2017:

Presentations
Decolonising the Curriculum. Wits Club. Johannesburg.

WAM Family Talkabout with Puleng Plessie. Johannesburg.

Participation in an art market
Mpumalanga Traditional Art Market. Melrose Arch. Johannesburg.

Printing workshop
Took part in printing 4 colour silkscreen posters with an edition of 400, for the Andy Warhol Exhibition at WAM. This project was facilitated by master printer Thabiso Kholobeng.

2018:

Workshop leading to an exhibition
Call and Response: First Engagements with the Kwa-Zulu Natal Heritage Collection. Johannesburg Art Gallery.

2019:

Docent (volunteer museum tour guide) at the Wits Art Museum 2017-2018

Awards and Recognitions

– Standard Bank Fine Arts Prize. 2019.
– Runner- up, Wits Young Artist Award. 2018.
– 2nd Runner up, State Of The Art Gallery Award. 2018.

Employment

•Wits Art Museum. (part-time) as gallery assistant. 2016-2018. Johannesburg.
•Keep the Dream Arts. Visual Art facilitator: teaching workshops in beadwork and relief printmaking, to high school students. 2017-2017. Johannesburg.

Internships

  • LL Editions Fine Art Lithography Studio and Gallery. 2019. As print studio intern.
  • The Wits School of Arts. 2017. As Lecturer’s Assistant in the First year’s Fine Arts compemtorary sculpture making course.