the BAZ-ART blog

Get in touch with the real world through our different actions, projects and events. This is what we do!

24 July 2018

Events

First Thursday Graffiti Art Battle on Harrington Street

BAZ-ART introduces 3x3x3 a graffiti art battle hosted on First Thursdays.

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24 July 2018

Focus

IPAF 2018 –BAZ-ART Becomes consumer-wise.

BAZ-ART sets out to walk the talk by making efforts to practice sustainability and environmental consciousness by choosing to support eco-friendly businesses.

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06 July 2018

Projects

Health campaign with Afro-Centric

BAZ-ART was commissioned by AfroCentric to find 12 competing artists to create canvasses campaigning for the gift of health which would stand a chnace to win R10 000

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06 July 2018

Projects

BAZ-ART Presents Shoprite’s CSI project.

BAZ-ART works with Shoprite for an Early Childhood Development upliftment programme

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27 June 2018

Projects

Waterwise campaign with WESGRO

BAZ-ART collaborates with WESGRO and the V&A Waterfront for city's waterwise campaign.

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25 June 2018

Projects

BAZ-ART partners with WCED for school workshops

BAZ-ART embarks on an educational exchange through collaboration with the Western Cape Government to provide school workshops on the power of public art and the effects of consistent efforts over time.

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25 June 2018

Projects

Saving Rhinos

BAZ-ART plants the seed of animal activism through public art.

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16 May 2018

Featured ArtistFocus

BAZ-ART features Mak1One

BAZ-ART features one of Cape Town's most notorious graffiti artists

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29 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Spear

BAZ-ART features Spear, a globe-trotting muralist from Brussels

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27 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Salla Ikonen

BAZ-ART features Salle Ikonen, one of Finland’s most recognized female muralists.

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27 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Zesta

BAZ-ART features, Zesta, Johannesburg born street artists

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27 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features ROA

BAZ-ART features ROA the legendary yet mysterious animals welfare activist and artist from Ghent

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20 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Page 33

BAZ-ART features Page 33, muralist from Pretoria, South Africa.

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14 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Ruben Carrasco

BAZ-ART features Ruben Carrasco, Mexican muralist and co-founder of IPAF

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14 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Mariana Palomino

BAZ-ART features Mariana Palomino, a fine artist and muralist from Canary Islands.

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14 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Keith Vlahakis

BAZ-ART features Keith Vlahakis a South African calligraphist and pop artist.

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14 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Julia Rio

BAZ-ART features Julia Rio a Swedish yarnbomber who has now channeled her creativity onto walls

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14 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Damien Gillot

BAZ-ART features Damien Gillot, a sculptor who upcycles used plastics to create a better world

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14 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Care One Love

BAZ-ART features Claire One Love, a South African environmental activist and muralist.

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13 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Linus Haertjens

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13 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Lucas Aoki

BAZ-ART features Lucas Aoki, Argentinian born fantastical street artist.

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13 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Jesse Yende

BAZ-ART features Jesse Yende also known as the South Africanist, South Africa's #1 supporter.

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13 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Christoffer Bukh

BAZ-ART features forward thinking Danish citizen Christoffer Bukh also know as Bukhie.

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12 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Anthea Missy

BAZ-ART features Belgian environmental activist and street artist, Anthea Missy

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12 March 2018

Featured ArtistIPAF 2018

BAZ-ART features Tatiana Hurn

BAZ-ART features Ukrainian folk artists, Tatiana Hurn

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