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Creativity – the only way your kids will thrive in the future

Creativity is the new currency. According to the World Economic Forum, by 2020 creativity and creative thinking will be third on the list of the most important skills needed to survive and thrive in the fourth industrial revolution. In an article on, Richard Haines, CEO of the South African Cultural Observatory, and Rosemary Mangopa, CEO of the […]

Street Art Lingo

Street Art Lingo Essential information for anyone wanting to go and view some graffiti or street art. During 2019 I had the privilege of doing 3 graffiti tours. First up was seeing the East End of London in the UK. In this tour, I really learnt about the evolution of graffiti and started to get enamoured with […]

The basic evolution of graffiti

Essential info for understanding the world of graffiti and street art. I recently had the privilege of walking the streets of London’s East End with an excellent tour guide and one of the things I appreciated most about the tour was the guide’s explanation of the evolution of the graffiti. His knowledgeability informed my understanding of what […]

Stand a chance to win an original Lillian Gray Painting

It is that time of the year again. Time for our Annual Student Art Exhibition. We are truly excited to showcase some wonderful art centred around this years theme Movement. As part of our fundraiser, we are selling raffle tickets. You have the opportunity to win 1 of 3 original Lillian Gray oil paintings. The three paintings up […]

Movement Exhibition

Come and celebrate South Africa’s up and coming artists. Save the date for the Lillian Gray Fine Art School’s annual student exhibition. OPENING:  24th September 2019 17:00 onwards DURATION: 24th Sep – 29th Sep 2019 17:00 VENUE: Cresta Shopping Centre (downstairs at the Barnyard Theatre entrance)   THEME: The Art of Movement Think art on the move: whether it be through […]

Our Annual Student Art Exhibition

RULES & REGULATIONS FOR OUR STUDENTS Hello, budding artists! As you all know, we are having our student exhibition this year from the 24th – 29th of September 2019. The theme for this exhibition is Movement, and we know that everyone who is taking part is working very hard on their artworks. The venue for this year’s exhibition […]