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Master’s study culminates in poignant photographs of Pretoria
Almost three years ago, when Hein Grové, a lecturer at the Department of Visual Communication (Photography), commenced his Master’s degree studies documenting images of an...
Young journalist turns setbacks into comebacks
Delny Mashudu Demana (23), a Tshwane University of Technology Journalism student who hails from Makhado (formerly known as Louis Trichardt), wanted to become a journalist since she was seven...
Arts boasts two new Doctorates
The Tshwane University of Technology’s Faculty of Arts & Design conferred two D: Tech degrees during the Spring graduation ceremonies hosted virtually on 14 October. The one dissertation offers invaluable advice to South African fashion...
TUT duo behind Somizi’s showstopper outfit
Two alumni students from the Department of Design Studies (Fashion Design) have been trending on social media during September for designing a spectacular outfit that SA Idols judge, Somizi...
Riveting production puts gender-based-violence in the spotlight
Jeannette Ziady, lecturer at the Department of Performing Arts (Dance) and accomplished performing artist (dancer), added her skill to a thought-provoking film production, titled Dark Light,...
A celebration of women photographers
Francki Burger, a part-time lecturer at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Visual Communication (Photography) and celebrated photographer, was part of a select group...
TUT Vocal artists dominate international singing competition
Alumni and students of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Performing Arts (Vocal Art) excelled at this year’s Amazwi Omzansi Africa National Singing Competition, bagging...
Art heavyweights showcased in new book
The Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns (SAAWK), literally South African Academy for Science and Arts, has launched a new book of its impressive art collection of foremost South African...
TUT student’s artworks selected for prestigious exhibition
No fewer than three of the artworks of Eloise Schoeman, a Fine and Applied Arts student at the Tshwane University of Technology, were chosen for the 2020 Joburg Fringe, an independent art fair...
Katleho Mokhoabane, an alumnus of the Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Performing Arts (Vocal Art), has won the third prize in the Concorso Lirico Internazionale di Portofino (CLIP) competition which took place at the...
TUT art student presents business mogul with unique drawing
One of the country’s foremost businessmen is now the proud owner of the art of a Tshwane University of Technology Fine and Applied Arts student who recently presented him with a drawing of himself...
Alumna features in gripping new TV drama series
BET Africa (DStv 129) will air a gripping new local drama, titled ISONO (The Sin), from 27 July at 21:30. It stars Pretoria-born and raised rising star and TUT Musical Theatre Alumna, Mpule Matlhola (26)...
A win cast in clay!
Faculty of Arts & Design students keep on making the University proud, even during lockdown. Clement Maenetja (23), a Fine & Studio Arts student who has just bagged the title of third overall winner of the 2020 #InnibosNationalCraftAwards...
TUT Lecturer writes thought-provoking article on future of jewellery industry
We are living in interesting times and the Jewellery industry, such as many other sectors, needs to reinvent itself and adapt for the future, writes Dave...
10MillionMasks: Tshwane textile designer creates and hands out free face masks
Pretoria - The day she was awarded the contract to design stage costumes for the Soweto Gospel Choir has to feature as one of the high points in the...
TUT donates Covid-19 face shields to local hospital
In response to the increasing need for personal protection equipment (PPE), due to outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, various entities at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) have...
A new dawn for the Arts
2020 heralds in a new phase in the life of the Tshwane University of Technology’s former Faculty of the Arts with a new name, signature and Programme Qualification Mix (PQM) that is locally relevant and internationally competitive.
TUT graduates show their mettle at international piano competition
Three Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) Performing Arts (Music) graduate students are among an international group of young musicians that were handpicked to participate...
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