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This New York Times article highlights the work done by August House artists Benon Lutaaya and Aysha Waga, with their Johannesburg-based residency programme “The Project Space”.

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The recent August House group show, “Talking to Deaf Ears”, was aimed at strengthening the sense of community around August House.

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The Absa Art Gallery will host the exhibition, Talking to Deaf Ears, in February 2018.

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It’s incredible to see how August House is starting to appeal to a broader audience, which is exactly our aim.

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Joburg-based American blogger Heather Mason recently attended Open Studio and writes about her observations.

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August House’s “Open Studio” events provide an opportunity to interact with artists and invest in pieces at affordable prices.

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Mary Sibande, who has a studio in August House, recently won the Smithsonian Award for African Art last week.

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Learn more about August House artist, Layziehound Coka in this interview with Patrizia Litty from Art Africa Magazine.

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August House gets a mention in a recent Travel + Leisure article about Johannesburg.

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chatNOU chats to the artist Andrew Kayser about “the artist playground,” August House.

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