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Sunday, September 12, 2021


(“Fumigation”, mixed media on paper by Zakhele Hlatshwayo)

A workshop will be conducted by Zakhele Hlatshwayo, in support of his exhibition Killer Pandemic: COVID-19, which is currently on view in the Schreiner Gallery at the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg.

Zakhele Hlatshwayo will be teaching participants how to analyse daily life situations by conveying messages through the use of illustrations (cartoon drawings).

The first workshop is aimed primarily at Primary school teachers, and will take place over two days, on September 15 and 16 between 12h30 and 15h30. On September 17, he will be interacting with members of the Tatham Art Gallery’s Art Class.

This workshop is dependent on COVID-19 protocols.

Cost: R200 (100 per day). For Art Class participants it will be free.

The venue will be the Lorna Ferguson Room.

Materials: Participants must bring along acrylic paints, brushes, a sketch pad and a small container for water.

Booking is essential due to space limits. Email to: or call 033 392 2811

The Tatham Art Gallery is situated opposite the Town Hall in Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Pietermaritzburg. It is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10h00 to 17h00. Café Tatham is open on Saturdays. Safe parking with a car guard available. More information on 033 392 2801 or visit