• State of the Art Gallery

    StateoftheART is a boutique gallery and online platform showcasing an exciting and diverse selection of affordable contemporary fine art by artists from across South Africa. Top tip: ask to view the large inventory of work in the gallery Stockroom – this is a not-to-be-missed destination for art lovers., online platform, contemporary art, fine art, artists, South

  • Pan African Market

    The gateway to Africa, this extraordinary selection of stalls managed by the dynamic and stylish Vuyo Koyana, is like a sample selection from the souks and markets of the whole continent. Go to browse, to buy, to marvel, to have your hair braided, or to attend an Ethiopian coffee ceremony – or just stand on the broekie lace balcony and watch life on Long Street go by.

  • Work in Progress

    Witness a busy group of artists practicing their various arts and crafts in this communal studio and gallery. Manager Olivia Bouwer coordinates the artists, who are predominately women.

  • The Gallery Shop

    Lorin Strieman owns this treasure of a shop packed with hand made jewellery, accessories and artefacts from all over the country, much of it made by women. For many years Loren ran the gift shop at the Iziko South African National Gallery in the Company’s Gardens before going on her own in bustling Church Street amongst art gallery neighbours.

  • Carrol Boyes

    Since she started producing tableware in 1989, Carrol Boyes has become a local and international art icon fulfilling her childhood dream to become a sculptor. Her headquarters is in Rose St but her huge range of pewter, stainless steel, chrome and aluminium products are mainly produced at her workshops in Limpopo. Carrol has a particular passion for the betterment and welfare of people in the community and workplace.

  • Mogalakwena Craft Art

    This special little double storey gallery owned by Elbe Coetzee, anthropologist and author of Craft Art in South Africa opened in 2008. Elbe is the owner and founder of the Mogalakwena Craft Village in Limpopo where she works with a team of embroiderers, beaders, weavers and sculptors. The work of these artists is on display together with specialist exhibitions very often focused on the work of women. The gallery is part of the Mogalakwena Craft Art Development Foundation, which works towards economic upliftment to a variety of communities. The 2nd floor is dedicated to works created by craft artists of the foundation.

  • The Philani Centre 

    Give something back to the community by visiting the Philani Development Centre, part of an organisation that uplifts and supports the poorest people. You can see the school and craft workshops, and pick up some feel-good souvenirs of your day in their shops. Visit as an individual or as part of a tour. The patron of the project is Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.

  • University Museum: Sasol Art Museum

    University Museum:  Sasol Art Museum – Presents exhibitions of the University’s art, cultural historical and anthropological collections. Admission charged.