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Wednesday, March 9, 2022


(This greeting card is a print of Ande Magoso’s original painting “uZandisiwe”)

Woza Moya Artist’s Wall and Artist’s Cards wish to create and showcase work for artists who have been hard hit by Covid. Each month, a different artist is paid to paint a 1,2m x 1,2m wall panel which is displayed on the wall outside the Woza Moya, Hillcrest AIDS Centre shop.

Woza Moya is the economic empowerment project of the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust.

The Woza Moya Artists wall would like to thank the 100% Foundation for coming on board for a 12-month sponsorship and making this monthly event possible.

Ande Magoso is the tenth artist, and his work will be featured for the month of March. He has been producing art since 2017 which is the same year he earned his certificate in visual arts in 2020 at The BAT Centre’s Visual Art AIR (Artist in Residency) Programme. His work directly relates to his personal history in that it explores the idea of duality and balance within some elements of his identity. These pair of elements include his paternal and maternal cultural background and language, religious and cultural tradition.

Woza Moya assists the artist by marketing their work for the entire month their work is on display. A greeting card is made of the painted wall panel and sold in their shops so that artists can earn an ongoing passive income. This has worked well with artists earning from R200 to R1,000 a month from the sale of the cards. The painting is for sale and people can bid for the painting, bidding starts at R1,500 at the start of each month, bidding will close at the end of the month and the person who has the highest bid gets to purchase the painting.

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