The irony of being a puppet

By Lineo Segoete French street artist Christophe Evette backed by a solid association with kindred artists in his circle, decided he would start a revolution through telling stories of his life, his country and those from around the world using puppets. Absurd as the idea may sound, in 1998 he and his companions conceived LesContinue reading “The irony of being a puppet”

Puppets with a cause

By Lineo Segoete Street art refers to the act of creating and performing visual arts in the public domain. It is born from the artist’s desire to directly address burning issues within society through visual messages where everyone can see them. Driven by passion and an eagerness to learn and push creative boundaries, artists fromContinue reading “Puppets with a cause”

Radio brings the noise from Reagan-era New York

Originally posted by Yes! Weekly By Jordan Green Johnny Collins, also known as Radio the Artist, is on a roll these days. A resident of Kernersville, Radio has made some inroads as an artist in Winston-Salem over the past couple years, particularly with a mural he painted with students at Petree Elementary. Then, last year, heContinue reading “Radio brings the noise from Reagan-era New York”

Colours and Motion

Art workshop with Maya Freelon Asante On the 19th of December, 2013, Maya Freelon Asante – award winning artist and daughter of jazz musician Nnenna Freelon – held a one-of-a-kind art workshop in Morija, Lesotho. The workshop took place at Linotšing art studio, adjacent to Maeder House – one of the oldest recorded buildings in LesothoContinue reading “Colours and Motion”

Rea qapa – We create

By Lineo Segoete Originally posted on Morija.co.ls Friday October 25 marked a ground-breaking development for the Morija Arts Centre when the Germond Art Library was added to its assemblage in an official launch held in the Morija Printing Works canteen. The Art Centre through Linotšing Studios and Maeder House Gallery, has grown steadily since 2011 when itContinue reading “Rea qapa – We create”