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2001 Amazwi Abesifazane, Durban Art Gallery, South Africa
Amazwi Abesifazane, World Conference Against Racism, South Africa
Freehouse Project, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Memorias: Santander, Spain
Nature, Utopia and Realities: Orsorio, Grand Canarias
2000 Area 2000: Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland
Amazwi Abesifazane - Voices of Women, African Art Centre, South Africa
Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, Holland
Dakart 2000 Biennale, Senegal, Africa
L'Afrique a Jour: Lille, France
1999 Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam
1998 Four Seasons - National Architectural Institute, Rotterdam
Kasselkunstverrein: Kassel, Germany
Kulturtogbet Solvberget,Stavanger, Norway
1997 Johannesburg Biennale, South Africa
Samtidskunst: Fra Sor Afrika, Oslo, Norway
1996 Containers Across the Ocean, Copenhagen
Cris Fertiles Unesco, Abidjan
The Other Journey: Africa and the Diaspora, Kunsthalle Krems, Vienna
1995 Cris Fertiles Unesco, Cotonou
Transitions: Bath Festival - United Kingdom

1994 South African Contemporary Art, Paris, France
Southern Cross - Stedelijke Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1993 Venice Biennale, Italy
1989 Zabalaza Festival, Oxford, England
1985 Tributaries Exhibition, Germany
1982-2001 Exhibits in Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa.
2002 Vidarte 2002, Mexico City, Mexico
Global Priorities, New York, USA

2000 Playground and Toys, United Nations, New York
1998 One of 12 International artists invited by Holland Foundation to work on Ujama iv project in Maputo, Mozambique
Civitella Raneiri Fellowship, Italy
1994 U.S. Information Service Fellowship - University of Indiana, USA
1992 National Vita Art Award, South Africa
1991 Johannesburg Art Gallery National Sculpture Competition, South Africa
1990 Standard Bank Young Artist Award, South Africa
1988 Cape Town Triennial Merit Award, South Africa
1987 Volkskas Atelier Merit Awards, South Africa
1986 Selected for Volkskas Atelier Exhibition, South Africa
1985 Selected for Cape Town Triennial, South Africa

1992 - 1996 Board of Trustees, Durban Art Gallery
1999 - 2001 Board of Trustees, African Art Centre

Public Commissions
2001 Sculpture Commission, Vodacom, Cape Town, South Africa
2000 Rijksakedemie Voor Volkenkunde, Leiden, Holland
1999 Sculpture Commission, MTN, Johannesburg, South Africa
1997 Sculpture Commission, Hilton Hotel, Durban, South Africa
1996 Sculpture Commission, Durban Girls' College, South Africa
1993 Sculpture Commission, Standard Bank, Johannesburg, South Africa
1992 Sculpture Commission, Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa

Teaching Experience
1998 Visiting Artist, Art Institute of Chicago, USA
1982 - present Senior Lecturer, Technikon Natal, Durban, South Africa
1979 - 1982 Lecturer, Technikon Natal, Durban, South Africa
1979 Brettonwood High School, Durban, South Africa

1978 - 1979 Higher Diploma in Education, University of Natal, Durban, South Africa
1971 - 1976 BA Fine Arts, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
1969 George Campbell Technical High School, Durban, South Africa

Public Collections
South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
Durban Art Gallery, Durban, South Africa
Tatham Art Gallery, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Empangeni Art Gallery, Empangeni, South Africa
Carnegie Art Gallery, Newcastle, South Africa
Natal Provincial Administration, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Technikon Natal, Durban, South Africa
Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
King George VI Gallery, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
University of the Witwatersrand Gallery, Gauteng, South Africa

Community Work
2001 Conceptualization of Amazwi Abesifazane, a creative memory recall project committed to developing creative and economic autonomy in black South African women.
1995 - 2000 1995-2000 Patron of artist Mr. Tito Zungu (deceased)
1992 - 1999 Patron of street artist Nkosinathi Gumede (deceased)
1999 Founder of Create Africa South, a not for profit NGO, committed to promoting creativity in South Africa.
1995 KwaZulu Natal Teacher Upgrade programme in conjunction with Department of Fine Art, Technikon Natal
1994 Bheka Phambile, collaboration with Mr Sam Ntshangase to create a skills-based creative training programme involving 40 women from the Port Shepstone/Hibberdene area. To upgrade skills of women to become efficient in the craft and marketing of ceramics (on-going).

Founder and Director of Phakamani Women's Textile Collaborative dedicated to promoting and seeking new initiatives to develop the creative entrepreneurship amongst unemployed women. This project was later handed over to Mrs. Gem Mellville and developed into a leader in textile fabric painting in South Africa.
1993 - 1996 National Arts Coalition (NAC), National Visual Arts Chairperson. mandated to co-ordinate a visual arts report on the state and vision of creativity in South Africa towards the compiling of a proposed National Cultural Policy for the arts to be presented to the new Democratic Government in South Africa for consideration.
1992 - 1993 National Arts Initiative (NAI). National visual arts representative mandated to compile a national review of cultural policy in South Africa towards a new democratic South Africa.
1992 Chairman of the second National Sculpture Convention hosted by Technikon Natal, Durban, South Africa
1984 - 1986 Founder and Chairman of Community Arts Workshop, (Multi- Disciplinary Creative) dedicated to granting access to previously disadvantaged members of the South African Community. Forced closure.
1983 - 1985 Café Gallery (Founder/Director) dedicated to providing a professional exhibition and marketing space to young emerging South African Artists.
1984 Patron of artist Selbourne Ntshangase.


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