4 things to do this weekend in Jozi

1920's Wine Tasting & Live Music

Join in for a glamorous evening of making memories!

Live music by the amazing Lig-Weg Wine Tasting presented by Wine Master Chris De Klerk Theme / Dress Code - 1920's (Great Gatsby).

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Kwaitour 2017

South Africa has always been a country that has developed her own unique musical identity. This is true of the periods either side of the dawn of democracy in 1994. From the synth-heavy pop of bubblegum, to the groovy mid-tempo sounds of kwaito and the eventual explosion of South African house music.

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Meet Italian artist Giorgio Trobec at Alice Art Gallery

Perhaps a word that truly describes Trobec’s art is that it is cheerful, it induces in the viewer a feeling of joeie de vivre and this is probably the kernel of his success. You can’t help but being drawn to paintings that light up your life, that banish dark thoughts, and that often bring a smile. There is a rare talent behind this achievement and Giorgio Trobec is busy perfecting it.

Bring the family and meet this Italian artist this weekend at Alice Art Gallery. Entrance free, Kiddies play area.

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Open Studio: 5 floors, 50 artists

OPEN STUDIO SUNDAY 12th November 10am - 4pm

Official Opening at 12h00 with a contemporary performing artwork

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