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Photos from our first public gallery rotation of 2021

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Watch our short documentary on the restoration of our Hlabisa baskets

Weaving Baskets from Stars (2020)

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'Art & Justice' monograph series on the CCAC launched

The first publication focuses on The Benefit of the Doubt by Marlene Dumas, released freely as PDF on 10 December 2020, International Human Rights Day.

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First animated video artwork ‘What abou’ the lô’ donated to CCAC

Marlene Dumas has donated Charles Badenhorst’s animation video artwork of Adam Small’s poem to the CCAC.

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Curatorial internship

Learn more about our curatorial internship programme

Here's what our previous graduate interns have to say about working on the CCAC.

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“Art is fundamental to the appearance, understanding, and provision of justice in South Africa and of South African justice at the highest judicial level.”
– Eliza Garnsey in The Justice of Visual Art

Photograph by Ben Law Viljoen3

"The collection symbolises the best aspirations of our democracy, of reconciliation, of justice, and of transformation."
– Justice Edwin Cameron

Velaphi Mzimba CCAC

“We, as courts and other institutions involved in upholding fundamental rights entrenched in our Bill of Rights, owe a duty to girls and boys to enforce their rights assiduously and thus keep them beautiful.”
– Justice Mbuyiseli Madlanga

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“I feel a sense of history, stability, hope for the future and more importantly proud and privileged to sit in a building where Mother Africa showcases that she has produced sons and daughters who have so much beauty, excellence and talent.”
– Acting Justice Margie Victor

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