THE ANNUAL DANCE production of the UCT School of Dance takes place on 1, 2 and 3 November at the Artscape Theatre. Book now to see a variety of dance disciplines, blended with the latest in computer and video technology to showcase the versatility of the students. Tickets at R30 only are available to all UCT staff and students from Artscape Dial-a- Seat on 021 421 7695.
JUTRO, MEANING 'TOMORROW' in Polish, is a play about hope that opens at the Intimate Theatre on 30 October and runs until 18 November. Created by Israeli-South African actress and UCT alumnus Keren Tahor, James Cunningham and Helen Iskander of Fresco Theatre, the play was hailed as the pick of the Grahamstown National Arts Festival.
UCT FINE ARTS aduate Kevin Brand is among the artists featured in three solo exhibitions at the Association for Visual Arts gallery, aka the AVA, in Cape Town until 9 November. In his work, titled Arcadia, Brand explores the â€œimplied pursuit of perfect happiness on two very different yet complementary levelsâ€. â€œThe pursuit of a perceived ideal has always intrigued me, be it a concept, place or object,â€ he says. â€œThe reduction of the imagery to a linear representation could be an indication that this quest for an Arcadian ideal is one that will sadly always be yearned for.â€
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