News24 | Estelle Sinkins:
Pietermaritzburg – Reserch conducted at the 53rd Art in the Park exhibition this year found that for the event to thrive it needed a new home and new attractions to increase foot traffic and drive art sales.
Art in the Park will be staged in the iconic London Plane Tree avenue in the botanical gardens next year. Celebrating the news are (from left) Lihle Dlamini, director of marketing and communications at Sanbi, artist Francoise Cheyne and Dumisani Mhlo (Estelle Sinkins)
Although 80% of those polled enjoyed the exhibition, they were concerned about the degradation of the Alexandra Park site, poor toilet facilities, bad signage and poor organisation…
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