Eyethu Lifestyle Centre
Let's take a journey through some of our past events and share some warm memories.
Our Venue In Pictures
A collaborative exhibition by Lungile Zaphi, Ruramai Musekiwa, Siza Nkosi, Lerato Motau and Kgalalelo Gaitate. FAWOHODIE- Adinkra Symbol “independence” symbol of independence, freedom, emancipation “From the expression: Fawodhodie ene obre na enam. Literal translation: “Independence comes with its responsibilities.” – from Cloth As Metaphor by G.F. Kojo Arthur
Come and experience great food in Soweto, accompanied by a bottle of sparkling wine to complement your meal with each food order. A Pop-Up restaurant hosted at Eyethu Lifestyle Centre, Sunday Buffet offers lovers of cuisine various dishes from traditional, to exotic, as well as something for those with a sweet tooth. What makes this experience unique is the #FoodandWine Pairing that tantalises the taste buds of patrons from near and afar. Not only do you get to enjoy a mouth-watering meal in the comfort of Eyethu Lifestyle Centre, but you also get to enjoy a wine of your choice. Entrance is free- just bring a friend. Food is served from 1pm.
Loyiso Mkize’s solo exhibition
Loyiso Mkize’s much anticipated solo exhibition cames to Eyethu Gallery in Soweto. The exhibition was curated by Eyethu Gallery, co-founder and curator, Rolihlahla Mhlanga. The exhibition opened on the 5th of September 2015 and marked the opening day for the VANSA Joburg Art Week 2015 which tiik place at the Eyethu Gallery situated on the premises of Eyethu Lifestyle Centre and ran until the 1st of October 2015.
KWEZI is a comic book title developed and produced by LoyisoMkize Art (Pty), a visual arts company founded by artist Loyiso Mkize. Loyiso Mkize Art (Pty)Ltd. started off as a formal business structure for fine arts created by Loyiso Mkize.