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News - Events in July

Victoria Yards
 
 
The Wonders of Rock Art: Lascaux and Africa
Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, Corner of Miriam Makeba and Helen Joseph  (formerly President street) Streets, Newtown
On now until 1st October 2018
Tickets at Webtickets
 
Mandela 100 The Exhibition
Foto ZA Gallery, Shop 402, Level 4, Rosebank Mall, 50 Bath Avenue, Rosebank
Sunday 1st - Tuesday 31st July 
"Mandela100 The Exhibition" celebrates Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday by showcasing rarely seen historical images, invaluable archival documents and letters written to Mandela by children of all ages.

First Thursday Johannesburg
Braamfontein & Rosebank
Thursday 5th July

RMB Turbine Art Fair

Turbine Hall, 65 Ntemi Piliso St, Newtown
Friday 13th - Sunday 15th July
Times & Tickets
 
Newtwon Now Festival
Newtown
Saturday 14th July
The Newtown Now festival presents a packed programme of FREE walking tours, exhibitions, performances, new public art activations, markets, fun family events and creative workshops.
 
Mandela Day
Wednesday 18 July
 
Dlala Nje are bringing colour back to The Alhambra Theatre. Dlala Nje will join hands with Gordon Cook & his crew as they begin their revival of the AlhambraPlans are underway to transform this Doornfontein gem into an exciting education-arts hub. 
Only 7% of all South Africa's learners in public schools are exposed to the Arts & Drama through classes or extra-mural activities. 
By the end of 2018, the Alhambra aims to become an inner city oasis for Jozi's kids to learn and experience the arts.

Some TLC is needed to get this iconic Theatre back to its former glory. Join Dlala Nje from 10 am to 2pm and don't forget the following: Bright Colour Paints, Paint Brushes, Rollers and Paraffin!
More details: info@dlalanje.org
 
Johannesburg Collectable Book Fair
The Freemasons Hall, 8 Park Lane, Parktown  
Saturday 21 July, 9 am to 2.30pm 
An opportunity to explore the fascinating arcitechture and history of the Freemason's Hall and shop for antique maps, struggle posters, first editions, books on travel & exploration, postcards & antique documents.

 
The Pantry Market at Keyes
Keyes Art Mile, 22 Keyes Ave, Rosebank
Saturday 28 July
Taking place on the last Saturday morning of every month, the eco-friendly and plastic-free event specialises in small-batch, artisanal food products for you to take home and stock your pantry with.
 
Save the date in August
 
Makers Market (First Sunday in Makers Valley)
Victoria Yards 16 Viljoen St, Lorentzville (opposite Nandos' head office)
Sunday 5th August 10h00 to 15h00
Workshops, music, crafts, fresh produce, craft beer and pizza.

 
 
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