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SA and UK Launch the First VR Museum of Plastic

SA and UK Launch the First VR Museum of Plastic November 12th, 2021

What will the world look like in 2121? The Museum of Plastic provides a hopeful peek into what life could look like if we curb climate change now. It reflects on humanity’s history and future with plastic

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BAZ-ART Nothing Is Impossible Tower

BAZ-ART Nothing Is Impossible Tower October 7th, 2021

If you’ve been anywhere near the FNB Stadium in Nasrec, bordering on Soweto, you’ve probably seen the iconic adidas Impossible is Nothing cooling tower. It’s hard to miss. Painted in brilliant, brightly coloured images

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Sonny new mural on leopard conservation

Sonny new mural on leopard conservation February 24th, 2021

Internationally renowned artist, Sonny, is known for using his creative voice to raise awareness for important environmental issues, with his latest mural shining a light on wildlife corridors as an innovative conservation approach

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The Largest Human Chain Crosses Cape Town

The Largest Human Chain Crosses Cape Town January 30th, 2021

One of Africa’s largest and most anticipated public arts festivals, the International Public Art Festival (IPAF), is proud to announce the launch of the “Beyond Walls” Project by Saype.

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Mastering mural painting

Mastering mural painting January 17th, 2021

“As artists, we are the writers of history. As we paint, people watch. And it is our responsibility to give them information that will inspire them, motivate them, and prepare them for the future.” Bash, South African street artist at IPAF 2021.

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Meeting Point – Melissa Cucci

Meeting Point – Melissa Cucci April 3rd, 2020

On this edition of Meeting Point, we meet up with Cape Town based, Melissa Cucci. The founder of IPAF and chairwoman of BAZ-ART NGO.

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International Public Art Festival approaching

International Public Art Festival approaching February 7th, 2020

20 Artists X 120 Walls: International Public Art Festival 12-16 FEB — Save the Date. If you thought Cape Town’s art scene was getting a little crowded, think again, there is still a lot of space for growth, thousands of meters of outdoor space to be painted, in fact.

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3rd IPAF 2019

3rd IPAF 2019 November 2nd, 2018

The third International Public Art Festival (IPAF) takes place in Salt River, Cape Town from 09-17 February 2019 under this year’s theme of “GENERATION NEXT: EDUCATE, COLLABORATE, EMPOWER.”

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BAZ-ART releases artist line up for IPAF

BAZ-ART releases artist line up for IPAF February 7th, 2018

Baz-Art, the organisers of the second International Public Art Festival (IPAF) – 10-19 February 2018, Salt River – is very excited to announce the final line-up of the 20 local and international muralists who will be painting murals according to the theme “We need Nature”.

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