STREET ART CINEMART: 2nd Edition
Graffiti South Africa, in association with The Bioscope Independent Cinema, presents STREET ART CINEMART 2 – a Graffiti and Street Art Affair.
Film Screenings / Publications / Group Exhibition/ Sketch Club / Walking Tours / STENCIL WORKSHOP …and more!
This multi-dimensional event takes place at The Bioscope in Maboneng (Johannesburg) on Saturday, 26 October 2019, from 10am. #StreetArtCinemart / @streetartcinemart
The Street Art Cinemart is a boutique event series which promises to deliver exciting local and international graffiti content. The platform debuted in November 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa with various elements such as the premieres of groundbreaking urban art films, a publications showcase, walking tours through the city to explore the art form in its environment, a diverse group exhibition featuring renowned national artists from multiple cities, as well as a live painting demonstration by one of the country’s most talented artists.
Curated by Cale Waddacor, author of South Africa’s first graffiti and street art book, Graffiti South Africa (Schiffer Books USA, 2014), the multi-faceted event aims to bring the work to a new audience while fostering the local scene. The Cinemart is an advocate for the culture and intends to build a positive, educational showcase of urban contemporary art and expression.
For the second instalment of the event, new elements such as a sketch club and stencil workshop have been introduced. Graffiti artists share their work on the streets for the enjoyment of others and we would like the public to get involved too. We are also looking to include sketch battles, merchandise and apparel, and a colouring book relating to the exhibition. A new selection of films and exhibiting artists keep the content fresh.
The event is held at The Bioscope Independent Cinema and adjacent Chalkboard Cafe in Maboneng, Johannesburg CBD, from 10am until 10pm. Entrance is free, but there is a ticket fee for the cinema programme. Once again we welcome Past Experiences Tours who will run a guided walk through the precinct, while Sharpie South Africa have generously supplied us with marker pens.
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Pre-book tickets for the films on The Bioscope website.
Spend some time in The Bioscope cinema with an assortment of short films and documentaries from around the world. Many playing for the first time in SA.
- All She Wrote Anthology (2016) **South Africa Premiere**
- Art War (2014) **South Africa Premiere**
- Bordalo II: A Life of Waste (2017) **South Africa Premiere**
- Faces Places (2017) **South Africa Premiere, Oscar Nominated**
- Southapedia Mural Festival (2019)
Our book and zine stall offers a fine selection of local print publications.
We are proud to also launch some new titles this year.
- Conform’s ‘Architexture’ zine (debut publication, exclusive launch)
- 2kil’s ‘… is a Snitch’ zine (a mix of graffiti and photography)
- ‘QSTRNG, vol. 3’ zine (launching the third instalment from the Quest Boys)
- ‘OptOne’ zine (a South African graffiti legend, published by Brainmush Press)
- ‘Graffiti South Africa’ book (5th anniversary of the landmark publication)
- ‘Scrawble, vol. 2’ zine (more random mark-making found on the streets)
- ‘Public Space’ (seminal publication highlighting Cape Town’s street art boom)
- ‘Coexist’ zine (photographic zine by Cale Waddacor)
- ‘Juvenile’ zine, issue 1 & 2 (emerging South African illustrators)
- ‘Amalgamation’ zine by Not Another Art Hub (collaborative illustrations)
- More zines by Ello, Jack Singer and others
Book a street art walking tour and soak up the culturally diverse Maboneng precinct with Jo Buitendach from Past Experiences. Explore a range of murals by both local graffiti artists and renowned international urban artists, while learning about the intricacies and history of the culture.
Time: 10am – 11.30am (book your spot: email@example.com)
The group exhibition returns with a brand new line-up of graffiti and street
artists from across the country. All artworks are available for purchase in
limited editions, as well as older prints from the Cinemart Vault.
Participating artists include:
ChowMein / Dbongz / Khosa / LoveLeigh / Mars
/ Mr Migo / Nardstar / Rare / Rasty / Rekso / Tyke
Crafting your own unique style is an important step for any budding graffiti artist. Grab a Sharpie fine point marker and doodle to your hearts desire as part of our Sketch Club. Our commemorative colouring book will also be launched. Special thanks to Sharpie South Africa for the art supplies.
Neighbourhood stencil collective, African Icons, will host a stencil workshop. Learn how to design, cut and spray your own stencil.
For any enquiries contact Cale Waddacor 082-510-0026
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Poster design by Bushy
See you’s there!