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Tuesday, June 2, 2020


(Left: Rorke's Drift Rug by S Molefe. Pure Namibian karakul hand-spun wool, metal complex, reactive dyes, designer and weaver. 156 x 77cm. R3,895.00)

The KZNSA is excited to announce that its online store is now live! Browse through a curated selection of collectable art and craft from KwaZulu-Natal. The online shop is a living database of important artists and master crafters from the province.

KZN is known for its rich crafting heritage and also as an incubator of contemporary creative talent.

Traditional skills in KZN include beading, basket weaving in grass, ilala palm and wire, ceramics, wood carving and embroidery. 

(Right: Rorke's Drift Rug by A Khuzwayo. Pure Namibian karakul hand-spun wool, metal complex, reactive dyes, designer and weaver. 136 x 125cm. R5,995.00)

Over the years, the province has produced many master crafts people and important contemporary visual artists and the KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts has a mandate to identity and nurture this talent.

Discover their work today, and start shopping for locally crafted items and collectables here. Enjoy!

First 10 orders get free shipping nationwide.

From this Friday, June 5, 2020, the KZNSA shop and Arts Cafe in Glenwood will partially re-open. The shop will be open Tuesdays to Fridays from 09h00 to 14h00. Come and find stylish locally-made face masks, local fiction and non-fiction books, beadwork, the Amanda Laird Cherry winter range, accessories and more!

You also have to option to stay home and shop online, with the newly launched online store.

The Arts Cafe will be open for takeaways Fridays and Saturdays from 09h00 to 14h00.

Takeaway menu includes:

Coffees, pastries, and deli goods.

Frozen meals - beef lasagne; veggie lasagne; moussaka; butter chicken curry; butternut, brinjal, chickpea curry; chicken korma.

For more information contact or visit