2018 Exhibitions

Edna Fourie Art and Permanent Exhibition


From the McGregor main road one steps into this ethereal, light-filled gallery. Here poems and paintings on the walls converse with each other, engaging the visitor in a richly layered experience. All art is by Edna Fourie and includes a Permanent Collection.

Venue: Edna Fourie Gallery  50 Voortrekker Street, McGregor

Opening hours: Free entry Friday to Sunday 10:00 to 17:00

“between the bite and the apple”


An exhibition of paintings and sculpture. The theme explores ‘that exquisite moment between the choice and the action’, or that short space in time when a woman’s decision seems entirely hers, before she encounters the consequences of a world dominated by a certain masculinity. Artists: Hazel Woodward and Rachel Ferriman and poet Sue Woodward.

Venue: The exhibition will be displayed in the Kampterrein Hall 4 Kerk St, Mcgregor

Opening hours: Free entry between events Friday 16:00 and Sunday 13:00

Olive trees which are waterwise and farmhouses to protect the environment.


An exhibition of Carey May’s paintings using oil as the medium and focusing on colour and light.

I have painted in oils for twenty years from 1998 focusing mainly on colour and light.

Working in community development work for fifteen years I left to study art. The development work afforded me the opportunity to have a deep interest in people and appreciation of the impact of the environment on their lives. I studied art for seven years at Pascal Chandlers Studio in Durban. During this time I exhibited in regular group shows culminating in a solo exhibition in 2007. My work at the solo exhibition was positively received entitled Loudly Standing at the Artspace Gallery Durban it explored environmental issues. Particularly the need for people to protect water as a precious resource. I have travelled extensively in Italy, France and Turkey which has inspired my fascination with chiascuro (exploring dark and light). I live and work in McGregor and the Bo-kaap. I am currently exhibiting at the Leivoor Gallery in How Bazaar, Voortrekker Street, McGregor.

Venue: Leivoor Gallery in How Bazaar, 46 Voortrekker St, Mcgregor

Opening hours: Free entry Friday to Sunday 09:30 to 16:30

Dani's Photos Photography and local Artists

La Galleria    

On the corner Mill and Bree street La Galleria is an intimate space flooded with natural light, where you can view the latest photography and fine art prints by Dani’s Photos along with artworks of other local artists. You’re welcome to browse and wander in the gallery between events.

Venue: La Galleria7 Bree Street, McGregor

Opening hours: Free entry between events Friday 16:00 and Sunday 13:00

The Swan Knight


An exhibition of oil paintings based on Richard Wagner’s poetic legend Lohengin. Artist: Billy Kennedy

Venue: Temenos Gallery,  Cnr Voortrekker and Bree St.

Opening hours: Free entry Friday and Saturday  08:30 – 20:00 Sunday 08:30 – 15:00

Fish plates


A collaborative exhibition of fish line drawings on plates between potters Paul de Jongh and Nina Shand and architect, Bruno de Robillard. Millstone Pottery’s usual exquisite hand-crafted wood-fired pottery from their latest anagama firing will also be on display.

W e will serve soup and bread at the pottery for the duration of the Festival

Venue: Millstone Pottery1 Bree St, Mcgregor, McGregor

Opening hours: Free entry 09:00 to 18:00 daily

In Gratitude From Poetry In McGregor