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Arts lecturer's book is the first of its kind
The Tshwane university of Technology’s (TUT) Herman Botes, Acting Head of the Department of Visual Communication, has contributed significantly to the body of knowledge on citizen designers with the publication of a new book, which is considered the first...
Arts conferences culminate in two new books
One thing is certain: When the Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of the Arts embarks on projects, it always has the bigger picture in mind. This vision is evident in two books that were published this year, following two international conferences that...
Celebrated songstress Gloria Bosman performs at Arts Festival
During this month of celebrating our heritage, the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) will revel in its diverse arts and culture by presenting a first-ever Arts Festival on its vibrant Arts Campus. Multiple award-winning songstress and TUT alumna, Gloria Bosman...
Jewellery lecturer shows his mettle nationally
Dave Newman, Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Lecturer and Programme Coordinator for the Jewellery Programme at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, has been appointed new chairperson of the Jewellery Manufacturers’ Association of South Africa
City museum exhibits work of young TUT artists
The Genesis II’Xhibition at the Pretoria Art Museum features the work of six current students and one Alumnus of the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TU) Department of Fine and Applied Arts. They are working as Educational Assistants at the museum and...
Musical explores African spirituality
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Department of Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) will stage Ngoma: The Musical based on Ngoma dza Dzivha Fundudzi (Drums of the Water Spirits – tales of Vhavenda mystical deities and legends of sacred spaces), at the Breytenbach Theatre from 13 – 23 June.
Trophies at World Choir Games have a TUT touch
Category winners of the 10th World Choir Games (WCG) that will be hosted by South Africa from 4 to 14 July, will return home with Protea-inspired trophies designed by a talented Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Fine and Applied Arts student.
Jewellers go all out for inaugural exhibition
Three lecturers and two alumni students of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Jewellery Design and Manufacture Programme (Department of Fine and Applied Arts) were among the 26...
TUT play examines crippling impact of a class system
The crippling impact of a class system and the notion that all are haunted, in some way, by the ghosts from the past, are examined by the Tshwane University of Technology’s Drama Programme’s latest offering, Buried Voices.
Ovation for TUT alumna who wins prominent music competition
Within only two years of completing her degree, a B Tech: Vocal Art Performance at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), Cecilia Rangwanasha (24) this weekend became the first South African classical singer to win the prestigious 6th Unisa Internatio...
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