A BETTER WORLD THROUGH CREATIVITY
MONDAY 5 FEBRUARY - FRIDAY 23 MARCH 2018
Kerry Packer Civic Gallery Exhibition
Exhibition dates: Monday 5 February - Friday 23 March
Gallery open Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm (Thursdays until 7pm)
Hawke Building level 3,
UniSA City West campus, 55 North Terrace, Adelaide
Showcasing the artwork and artistic talent of East and West African street and visual artists, SANAA: A Better World Through Creativity will be returning to the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery in 2018. This exhibition gives a voice to African artists who are working on political, cultural and socially engaged street and visual art. Sanaa will not only aesthetically please, it will challenge.
SWIFT9 LIVE MURAL
A highlight of the exhibition is a mural painted by visiting Kenyan street artist Swift9. Swift was in the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery between 1-2 March, where you can now view his work for a limited time.
Dieynaba Sidibe is Senegal’s first female street artist, successfully challenging views on women’s roles and calling for equality, one spray-paint can at a time.
Bankslave is the founding father of graffiti in Kenya, and has been painting in Africa and parts of Europe since 2000. This will be Bankslaves' second visit to Adelaide.
Joan Otieno (Kenya)
Joan Otieno is a Nairobi based artist who is inspired by her surroundings, as well as the waste materials on the streets of her city.
Swift9 is a professional Nairobi based visual artist who specializes in graffiti and urban art.
Swift9 will be painting a mural in the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery from 1 to 2 March.
Onyis Martin (Kenya)
Onyis Martin is a mixed media artist, whose practice is rapidly gaining national and international recognition. In 2016, Onyis was awarded runner up in South Africa’s most prestigious art prize – Barclays L’Atelier.
Kenneth Otieno, popularly known as Kaymist4, attributes his passion for the arts as having had a positive impact in his life. He is a founding member of the well-known Graffiti Crew BSQ (Nairobi).
Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre
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