Here are the CCAC Student Competition 2024 winners

Date posted: 25 June 2024

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The 2023 and 2024 winners of the CCAC Student Competition who spoke on our Youth Day weekend event. Obakeng Masilo couldn't make it on the day so we shared a pre-recorded video of him speaking to his works.

On 15 June 2024 we held a special tour on the occasion of #YouthMonth. We celebrated the winning artworks of the 2023 CCAC Student Competition, now on show in our public gallery, and announced the winners of this year's edition of the competition. Both the 2023 and 2024 winners spoke to their artworks, while the tour featured spoken word responses to the artworks by Quaz Roodt and drummer Buhle.

Thanks to the Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Africa (@cocreatesanl) and the French Institute of South Africa (@franceinsouthafrica) and our other funders for supporting this work.

2024 winners
Mohau Moholane (Artist Proof Studio)
Manelisi Vilakazi (Artist Proof Studio)
Khanyisa Brancon (University of the Witwatersrand)
Itumeleng Mtshali (University of the Witwatersrand)

The CCAC Student Competition of 2023 and 2024 was launched in order to carry and communicate a sense of the Constitutional Court's built environment as the collection is exhibited in other spaces during the CCAC travelling exhibition. The initiative also promotes youth engagement with and representation in the CCAC. This year's winners of both photographs and print artworks were inspired by the Constitutional Court building exterior and public areas of the interior, its immediate environment, as well as integrated and prominent artworks that form part of the Court's identity.

Winning artworks of the CCAC Student Competition are permanently included in the CCAC.

2024 winning artworks