BAZ-ART Non-Profit Organisation

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We showcase the power of street art and its ability to transform communities and individuals

engage - empower - uplift

Who is baz-art

Baz-Art is a non-profit organisation dedicated to harnessing the power of art for the benefit of the public.

We channel our energy and achieve our objectives through Art Creation, Education, Incorporation, and Development. We encourage novel partnerships between artists and residents, neighborhoods and businesses, and between organisations in the community.

We strive for inclusivity, involvement and community respect. Moreover, Baz-Art is in it for the long haul, with relevant and sustainable long-term development objectives. The Baz-Art modus operandi is to first identify a development opportunity with a number of diverse but interrelated outcomes, and then employ our skills, insights, network and experience to uplift, engage and empower others.

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Baz-Art aims to commission, preserve, interpret and promote public art of any styles and forms. This includes street art, public art, graffiti, fine art, finger painting, spray painting and many other forms of artistic expression in South Africa.

what we do

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16 October 2017

Events

BAZ-ART STREET ART TOUR

BAZ-ART shares full local Street Art Tour experience with Cape Accueil members in Salt River.

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13 October 2017

Focus

Artist Featuring BAZ-ART

Julia Grey and Tarryn Gordon reflect on their experience with BAZ-ART in an interview with BTech students of CPUT.

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10 October 2017

Focus

BAZ-ART features Jack Fox

Meet Jack Fox, 19 year old prodigy who is making waves on the street art scene.

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06 October 2017

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BAZ-ART features Ana Kuni

BAZ-ART features Ana Kuni, Ukrainian born artist and model.

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05 October 2017

Events

Street Art meets French Residence.

BAZ-ART co-hosted a street art/graffiti inspired exhibition at the French Residence in Pretoria!

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Sreet art live murals / guided tours / entertainment

Take a look at the first Cape Town International Public Art Festival, hosted by Baz-Art.

Website of the festival Book a tour