Students display maturity in their Works

Student art works at the ongoing Southern Region Art Teachers Association (SEATA) exhibition at Thapong Visual Arts Centre are reflective of the creativity and potential young Batswana possess.


 From the abstract black and red paper mache sculpture of a man sitting on top of a coffin with cigarette stubs around it depicting the bad effects of tobacco, to the beautiful cream white living room vases; the pieces are simply breathtaking.  There is a sense of maturity and good technique in the works.

The artworks vary from drawings, paintings, sculptures and crafts of different dimensions.

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