South Africa's National Arts Festival Shines On After 50 Years

The National Arts Festival in Makhanda in the Eastern Cape, formerly known as the Grahamstown Art Festival, is officially underway.

This year's festival is significant as it commemorates 50 extraordinary years of creative freedom and highlights iconic South African masterpieces.

The festival will be held from June 20 to 30 and will showcase approximately 300 works across a wide range of art forms. Attendees can look forward to live theatre productions, talks, workshops, visual art exhibitions, master classes, and music concerts, among other exciting offerings.

Jazzart Biko performer (file photo).

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