One of the most exciting things about our job is observing how the #ArtMyNoordgesig artistic teams interpret their designs onto the walls of buildings in their neighbourhood – which is exactly what has started to happen in Noordgesig this week.
These murals form part of series of gateway murals which lead the way into Noordgesig. Placed against a residential house opposite to the Forest View mural – this mural is combination of symbolic forms and line work that represents the cultural diversity and resilience of the neighbourhood.
Earlier today we shared a photographic survey of the Rotunda Linear park totems, the local artistic team are represented in this group shot beautifully. We salute their creative energy which has brought the Rotunda Totems to life.
Meet the people behind the place making outcomes for the Paterson Park upgrade area. This image was taken in Short Road Park while the local mural and graffiti artists were painting the concrete walls in the park. This image captures their infallible energy which is evident in the outcome shared in an earlier post this week.
A divine dash of colour has been added to the playground in Noordgesig, as they begin the implementation of the rubberized play surfaces. These giant hand print artworks form part of the Noordgesig place making through art program. We can’t wait to share the final product with you!
In 2017/2018 we placed an open call for BRT artworks submissions. Selected artworks are undergoing implementation against the steel and glass panels of the new Reya Vaya stations along Louis Botha. Check out some of the fabulous results of this process below. We look forward sharing more stories and profiles during 2019. Click on the image to find out where the station is and who created the original artwork.
A series of photographs which represent the creatives who were instrumental in putting the locally produced “The Birds of the Grove’’ together with flair. Which influenced the place making outcomes for Paterson Park.
Andrew Zitha, Billy Marumo, Camelia Mokwele, Christopher Makekete, Collin Modise Mapitsa, Desh Dube, Gretha Kasungo, Lawrence Hlatshwanyo, Lazarus Mpala, Lethukuthul Lethu, Letlhogonolo Manyanda, Linda Njeya, Mabolia Johannes Kgoete, Mbili Letlhogonolo, Mfundo Sithole, Obusistwe Seage, Phahlo Mtangai, Raymond Makhaya, Rosemary Mashaba, Sfiso Khoza, Sibusiso Tshabala, Siphesihle Shandu, Xolani Sithole, Zimvo Makaula
Please find the 2017 art my JOZI PDF summary here