Home and Away Exhibition

Ifa Lethu gives a warm welcome to art lovers on a cold night

The Home & Away exhibition got off to a great start at the Old Fort, Constitution Hill, Johannesburg, when it was opened by the Hon Kate Ellis MP, Australian Minister for Early Childhood Education, Child Care and Youth and Minister for Sport on June 14, 2010. Despite a freezing winter’s evening, guests were treated to a musical interlude, a praise singer and excellent addresses by Ifa Lethu Chair Amb Lindiwe Mabuza, Ahmed M. Kathrada, Minister Ellis, and founding donors Diane Johnstone, Bruce Haigh – who came out specially for this opening. Also in attendance was renowned artist Victor Gordon who now lives in Australia. The exhibition, which is already proving a big attraction for tourists, local schools and other visitors, runs until 25 July.



Di Johnstone & Ifa Lethu Chair Amb Lindiwe Mabuza   Fashion consultant Greg Wallis signs in
guests at the Home & Away opening    
    A general view of one of the 'cells'
Diane Johnstone   Ahmed Kathrada
Victor Gordon's powerful images   Power meets art
Minister Ellis   Protest Posters
various works on show   various works on show
Protest Posters   Protest Posters
Ifa Lethu Fashion design winner Bonga Bhengu and CEO Narissa Ramdhani   Ann & Raymond Louw with Bruce Haigh
Poster   Protest Posters
Students   Musical Interlude
Protest Posters   Protest Posters
Victor Gordon & Min Ellis   The spellbinding Melodious Journey
A powerful relationship   Our registration board
Min Ellis & Australian HC   Guests at the opening
Raymond Louw & Bruce Haigh renew old friendship   Fashion meets art
Struggle artists   The Oz contingent
Bruce Haig didn't come empty handed   CEO Narissa Ramdhani accepts the surprise donation
Mrs Louw   Appreciation
Ahmed Kathrada & Min Ellis open the exhibition   Protest Posters
Protest Posters   Protest Posters
Board Member Ivan May   Posters from the past
Old Memories?   Sipho Ndebele & Di Johnstone