Catch the graduates

17 December 2018 | Art and Entertainment

Running until mid-January, is a collection of work created by Unam's visual arts graduates at the National Art Gallery and the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre.

Twenty-one graduates majoring in various fields including Art for Advertising, Ceramic Studies, ­Creative Expression, Fashion Studies, Textiles Studies and Visual Culture for both the degree and diploma programmes are exhibiting their work at these two venues. Their work reflects the outcome, dedication and creative products by the students throughout the academic year.

The students engage various topics such as identity, cultural norms and social-economic and environmental issues that are evident in our society.

Their work explores innovative and contemporary art forms and expression.

The NAGN and FNCC have worked closely together with the students and lecturers in an effort to create a vibrant and diverse exhibition that inhabits the foyer, Upper and Main galleries at the NAGN as well as the exhibition space at the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre.

The participating graduates are Hambeleleni Abed, Patricia Britz, Shaleen Claasen, Wilmarie Greyling, Muningando Hoveka, Risto Iita, Onesmus Joseph, Peralia Kangwe, Tuaovisiua Katuuo, Jearl Krohne, Aunne Lungameni, Alina Mateke, Freddy Mazila, Gabriela de Oliveira Lohe, Haindere Paskalius, Ruusa-Ndinelago Petrus, Miliam Sakarias, Anna Shalihu, Renate Shikongo, Simeon Shilongo and Erngracia Tsamases.

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