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EXHIBITORS AND PARTICIPANTS

Ubuhle Bendalo Community Arts Festival plays host to the following exhibitors and participants over 16-18 February 2024. See more on Ubuhle Bendalo here.

Kids Arts Collective: free-form workshop for children by Ilze Wolff and Francesco Nassimbeni.

Sibabalwe Ndlwana: Sibabalwe is a handloom textile-maker and founder of Ingyeyo Textile Studio. Her workshop will teach basic tapestry design. See more on Ingeyo here.

The Ninevites: The Ninevites is a textile design and collaborative platform founded by Nkuli Mlangeni-Berg. The platform produces, amongst things, woven rugs with bold, geometric patterns inspired by traditional basketry, pottery, murals and beading from Southern Africa. See more on The Ninevites here and here.

Margo Makes: A woodworker who specialises in the wood-turning method, Margo uses ethically sourced wood to make homeware & kids toys from her workshop in Paarden Eiland, Cape Town. See more on Margo Makes here and here.

Mzwandile Buthelezi: Multi-disciplinary artist, jazz scholar & illustrator, Buthelezi’s work entwines musical composition within the production of his visual art. See more on Mzwandile Buthelezi here.

Loyiso Mkhize: A visual artist, painter, illustrator and storyteller, Mkhize is one of South Africa’s most well known graphic novel and comic book illustrators. Mkhize founded Loyiso Mkize Art (Pty) Ltd in 2015 which published the SA superhero comic, KWEZI. See more on Loyiso Mkhize here.

Anda Mncayi: Anda is a concept artist, graphic designer and detailed illustrator. Anda’s work has been exhibited in several galeries, including GalleryOne11 and Eclectica Contemporary. See more on Anda Mncayi here.

Conform: Wayne Beukes, who goes by Conform, works through graffiti, graphic design & illustration. See more on Conform here and here.

Lisolomzi Pikoli: Also known as ‘Mr Fuzzy Slippers’, Lisolomzi is a visual artist, whose main disciplines are painting, Illustration, design, installation and public art. He has published a collection of works titled “Man Like Mountain – Of Memory and Scar”. See more on Lisolomzi here.

Skumbuzo Vabaza: Skumbuzo ‘Skubalisto’ Vabaza is an artist, muralist, painter & portraitist whose large, colourful pieces often seen in urban spaces. See more on Skubalisto here and here.

Falko: Falko Fantastic, also known as Falko One, is a graffiti and street artist. Falko’s projects have included a collection of pieces done in a series of small towns and his ‘iconic’ elephant paintings. See more on Falko here and here.

Flowrnwtr: Joseph Coetzee, also known as Flowrinwtr, is an artist, curator, storyteller, educator and cultural worker. With music as inspiration Flowrinwtr is primarily focused on painting art in public spaces. See more on Flowrnwtr here.

16/16: an arts collective based in Lagos.

Lynnée Denise: A global practitioner of sound, language, and Black Atlantic thought, DJ Lynnée Denise coined the term ‘DJ Scholarship’ in 2013 to explain DJ culture as a mixed-mode research practice. See more on Lynnée here and here.

Bhavisha Panchia: Bhavisha Panchia is a curator and researcher of visual and audio culture. She founded Nothing To Commit Records (NTCR) in 2017, a research and publishing platform committed to the production and expansion of knowledge related to contemporary art, literature and music within and across the global South. See more on Bhavisha here and here.

Mpumelelo Mcata: Mpumelelo Mcata founded the rock band BLK JKS in 2000, with Lindani Buthelezi. Mcata also directed ‘Black President’ documentary celebrating Kudzanai Chiurai. See more on Mpumelelo here.

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