The Stellenbosch Triennale is an exciting event, that features over 50 carefully selected top African artists coming together to showcase their work in a variety of exhibitions which are housed in venues throughout the town for free. With the theme of  “Tomorrow there will be more of us”, this years Triennale is not to be missed.

Take a walk around the historic town and see some of the best art from big international names, emerging artists and performance artists.

The big names comes together
The twenty major Contemporary African Artists who will exhibit as part of The Curators Exhibition, to be housed in The Woodmill and surrounding precinct. All of these artists are internationally renown, with their work being housed in museums, curated into biennials, and found in important private collections around the world.
Emerging artists showcased
In addition to The Curators Exhibition, ten to-be-watched emerging artists and art collectives have been selected to take part in an exciting exhibition entitled “On The Cusp”, which is a core part of the Triennale and will be housed at Distell’s Libertas Parva (Little Libertas), in Dorp Street.
Performance arts on offer to visitors
Added to the visual art on offer, visitors can also look forward to a performance programme – “Embodied” – that includes music, film and theatre, as well as talks and presentations.
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Date: January 20
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: FREE



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