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Kebalepile wins inaugural travel and tourism art exhibition

Kebalepile wins inaugural travel and tourism art exhibition
DELIGHTED: Kebalepile and Travel and Tourism awards Organizer, Kagiso Morebodi

The inaugural travel and tourism arts exhibition took place over the week, with Bantshwanetse Kebalepile emerging the winner pocketing P 10,000.00 for her piece.

Kebalepile with her masterpiece titled, ‘weaving for the future’ beat about 20 other contestants for the inaugural exhibition prize money.

The artists were tasked with creating an art piece either in photography, painting, and or sculpture under the theme ‘culture and tourism inspired artworks.’

Speaking at the handover ceremony, Thapong Visual Arts Centre Director Reginald Bakwena, explained the criteria the judges used for ...

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