Entries by Kate Soal

S’bonelo Tau Luthuli exhibiting at 6 Spin Street 5-19 November

Ceramicist S’bonelo Tau Luthuli’s work Ihubo Lengabadi (Song of the Soil) is presented for a limited exhibition period, opening on First Thursday. Luthuli works in the tradition of the great ceramic artist Nesta Nala and takes inspiration from her, as well as Clive Sithole and Ian Garrett. Standing on the shoulders of these great South […]

Listen to a podcast with KayaFM and Bridget Thompson

Following the recent death of South African artist, Wonga Mancoba, Mike Siluma from the Karibu show on KayaFM 95.9 speaks about the legacy of his father, the avant-garde artist, Ernest Mancoba with Bridget Thompson director of Art and Ubuntu Trust.

Our dear friend, Wonga Mancoba passed away in Paris on 12 February 2015.

MEDIA RELEASE                                               27 February 2015 ARTIST WONGA MANCOBA DIES IN PARIS 12 February 2015, FUNERAL AT PERE LACHAISE 2 PM 2ND MARCH Artist Wonga Mancoba, has passed away  in Paris after a long battle with his health. Wonga in his late 60s, was born to painter, sculptor and thinker Ernest Mancoba and his wife Danish sculptor, Sonja Ferlov, […]

Peter Clarke RIP

Our dear friend and colleague at the Arts & Ubuntu Trust, Peter Clarke passed away earlier this year. We put together a set of posters for his memorial  held at the National Gallery in July as a tribute to a few of the moments in his life that we collaborated with him.

The Arts & Ubuntu Trust return from a successful time in the Northern Cape!

This April / May, the Arts & Ubuntu Trust took the Ernest Mancoba Educational Poster Project  Exhibition and The South African Arts Past and Present Project to Kimberley. The opening of the exhibition was hosted by the William Humphreys Gallery. And the ‘From Idea to Screen’ Workshop was held at the Mayibuye Art Centre in […]

The Arts and Ubuntu Trust and Emthonjeni Arts Center Unite!

The Arts and Ubuntu trust spent an amazing 5 days at the Emthonjeni Art centre running the training workshop ‘The Creative Journey: From Idea to Screen’ as part of the South African Arts Past and Present Project. They also opened an exhibition of photographs documenting the journey that was the Ernest Mancoba Educational Poster Project […]