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SA’s top Interior Architect student is a TUT lad
John Malange, a third-year Tshwane University of Technology Interior Design student, and his lecturer, René van der Merwe, will soon make their way to an international design fair of their choice...
Acquaint yourself with 2020’s fashion trends
If fashion is your passion and you can’t wait to see what’s on-trend next year, don’t miss the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Fashion Design and Technology’s annual student...
Paris awaits Absa L’Atelier winners
Two Alumni of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Fine And Applied Arts excelled at this year’s Absa L’Atelier Art competition. Nkhensani Rihlampfu emerged as one of three top winners (this year they’re called...
Students bring children’s stories to life at Arts Festival
The Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Drama and Film (Drama) will stage exciting children’s theatre course work during STORYTIME that will be performed at this year’s TUT Arts...
Arts Dean recognised for her sterling leadership
One of the University’s foremost female leaders, Prof Nalini Moodley-Diar, Executive Dean of the Faculty of the Arts, has been recognised for her leadership in advancing education and training in the...
Vocal Art sings in Spring with once-off opera gala
Opera lovers will be treated to a variety of arias, duets, trios, ensembles and choruses when staff and students of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Performing Arts (Vocal Art)...
Industry taps Wandile’s expertise
Wandile Mgcodo, Technician at TUT’s quaint Breytenbach Theatre, has been elected as a council member of the Technical Production Services Association (TPSA).
High five for HELLO Community Arts Festival
The HELLO Community Arts Festival celebrates its 5th anniversary in August. The Festival was launched in 2014 by the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Entertainment Technology...
Vocal Art student starts semester on a high note
Tshwane University of Technology recipient of one of this year’s Abe Bailey Trust and Travel Bursaries, third-year Vocal Art student, Anne-marie Mailovich (20), will soon find out if there’s any truth in the...
Celebrated artist strikes a chord with students
Although she is counted among South Africa’s foremost artists, Helen Sebidi (76) has no frills or fuss about her. She has just embarked on a two-week-long residency at the Tshwane University of...
TUT acting sensation lands lead role in Giyani: Land of Blood
Tshwane University of Technology Drama alumna, Mathabo Mothibe, finally got her break in television, having worked in the industry since graduating in 2015.
New chair of Sasol Signatures competition helps search for SA’s finest artistic talent
Pfunzo Sidogi, lecturer at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, will once again help search for South Africa’s best artistic talent this year. In...
Electrifying musical set to bring Breytie alive
The stage of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Breytenbach Theatre will come alive this June when students of TUT’s Department of Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) will showcase their...
Dramatic Arts student for Miss Gauteng Exclusive
Mmalebone Lefoka, a B Tech Dramatic Arts student, definitely personifies beauty and the brains. The versatile student has qualified as one of the top 100 finalists of the prestigious Miss Gauteng Exclusive...
Drama promises impactful experience for all audiences
When Shakespeare and his company first staged Julius Caesar, they may have suspected that their work would have mass appeal for a long time, but could never have foreseen that it would be...
Student captures Southern African myth and folklore in pictures
In what is considered one of the most imaginative B Tech dissertations originating from the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Visual Communication this year, a Photography...
Showbiz star fills the missing GAP
Multiple award-winning writer, director and actor, Josias Dos Moleele, is changing the way in which people look at the artistic professions. The notion that most creatives cannot sustain themselves financially through their talent, has been giving him...
A win cast in cement
It was third time lucky for Tshwane University of Technology’s Kgaogelo (Cow) Mashilo (24), an M Tech: Fine and Applied Arts student and part time lecturer, at this year’s PPC Imaginarium Awards when she was named the overall winner of the...
TUT lecturer’s artistic footprint knows no boundaries
Sculptor, multimedia artist and lecturer at the Tshwane University’s Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Zelda Stroud, has extended her artistic footprint internationally this year. Two portrait busts that she sculpted were unveiled in Kenya...
Reserve Bank invests in talented TUT student
Viola Greyling (22), a B Tech Fine and Applied Arts student at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), has scooped a South African Reserve...
TUT Film graduate bags SAFTA award
CONGRATULATIONS to Jolene Van Antwerp, an alumni student of the Department of Drama and Film (Film), Faculty of the Arts, who bagged a SOUTH AFRICAN FILM AND TELEVISION AWARD (SAFTA) in the category Film: Best Achievement in Editing - Documentary Feature at a star-studded event hosted at...
A-list actress sparkles in ring designed by former student
A spectacular ring designed by a Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) alumna adorned the hand of actress Emily Blunt as she accepted an award at the 2019 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards in Los Angeles. Blunt won the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a...
Arts alumna shines in Paris
Alumni of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of the Arts continue to represent the University and the country well on the international front. One such an ambassador is Madeli Viljoen, a former student of the Department of Fine and Applied Arts (Jewellery Design & Manufacture), who has just returned from Paris, France, where she reached...
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