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VC’s seminar shines spotlight on cultural and creative industries
The Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of Arts and Design recently welcomed renowned author of Global Cultural Economy, Dr Christiaan de Beukelaer, when he joined...
TUT names buildings after two SA creative giants
It was history in the making at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) on 14 September 2021, when two buildings on the University’s Arts Campus were named after South African creative...
Vocal Art student strikes a chord with international audiences
Tshegofatso Khunwane (23), an Advanced Diploma: Performing Arts (Vocal Art) student at the Faculty of Arts and Design, has recently returned from Spain where he has performed in a theatre production,...
TUT alumna designs edgy nature inspired textiles
Ditiro Mashigo, an alumna of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of Arts and Design is cementing her space in the fashion and textile industry with her edgy range of designer...
Arts Faculty showcases its fascinating research
Research is alive and kicking at the Faculty of Arts & Design based on a Research & Artistic Output Virtual Showcase the Faculty hosted on 28 July. The line-up included nine staff members sharing....
Arts staff and alumnus add their voices to new book
Two staff members and an alumnus from the Faculty of Arts and Design, Pfunzo Sidogi (Fine and Studio Arts), Dr Anna-Marie Jansen van Vuuren (Visual Communication), and Katlego Chale (actor,...
TUT Vocal Art alumna bags major international prize
The Tshwane University of Technology community, in particular the Faculty of Arts and Design, is rejoicing following the news that Vocal Art alumna and up-and-coming soprano, Masabane Cecilia...
Student handpicked for prestigious leadership programme
Shortly before Women’s Month, Sandrine Kwinja (28), an Advanced Diploma: Interior Design student at the Tshwane University of Technology, received the good news that she was handpicked from a...
First South African obtains TUT doctorate in fashion design
Dr Sipho Mbatha is the first South African to obtain a Doctorate in Fashion Design at the Tshwane University of Technology during the virtual June graduations. The title of his dissertation is Exploring....
TUT Vocal Art students excel at international singing competition
Two Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Vocal Art students, Zintle Soga (a third-year student), and Asisipho Petu (an Advanced Diploma student) have reached the final round of the prestigious 39th...
M Tech student hosts first solo exhibition
2021 is a productive year for Lerato Lodi, an M Tech Fine and Applied Arts student. She is currently hosting her first online solo exhibition, titled, Morapedi, One Who Prays, at the North-West University...
TUT Student spreads H.O.P.E with debut album
Ofentse Moses Sebula, South African jazz saxophone protégé and Performing Arts (Music) student at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of Arts and Design, will release his debut...
TUT Film guru and lecturer publishes article on award-winning Lesotho film
The Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Visual Communication at the Faculty of Arts and Design, has started the New Year...
Public gets a chance to view young TUT artist’s thought-provoking work
Eloise Schoeman, one of the Department of Fine and Studio Arts’ most gifted students, will participate in an exhibition, titled LIGHT YEARS, that will be hosted at the Lizamore & Associates art...
Academy taps TUT Art lecturer’s expertise
Yet another honour has befallen the Tshwane University of Technology’s Dr Jan van der Merwe, celebrated artist and lecturer at the Faculty of Arts & Design’s Department of Fine & Studio Arts...
TUT Prof’s research article attracts major online attention
A research article, titled Testosterone boosters: a report of a supplement’s misleading labelling claims, authored by Prof Rudi de Lange from the Tshwae University of Technology’s Department of...
Visual Communication students learn from the best of the best
Visual Communication students will get the opportunity to learn from the best in the business during an online guest lecture presented by Kadine James on 27 January 2021. James is a world-ren...
Thought leaders discuss design’s role towards a more sustainable future
What are currently the most significant influences on design? Thought leaders from around the globe, including Herman Botes, Acting Head of the Department of Visual Communication, at the Tshwane Univ...
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