Exhibition

Mandoncu, 2019. Thalente Khomo.
Posted by Orms CTSP | 19 July 2019

EXHIBITION DETAILS Thursday, 1 August 2019 Doors open: 18:00 / Close: 20:00 4th floor, 62 Roeland str, Gardens, Cape Town. On Thursday evening, 1 August 2019 we are opening the...

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 03 April 2019

You are invited! We would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the work produced by the Orms Cape Town School of Photography staff and alumni opening on...

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 28 February 2019

Join us for a beautiful evening to celebrate the work produced by our Part-Time and Full-Time programme students! RSVP HERE

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 15 January 2019

An exhibition engaging with the philosophy of music, photography and the body’s role in the performance of experience. “Orms Cape Town School of Photography proudly presents Invisible Motifs, an exhibition...

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 07 November 2018

By current Full-Time Professional Photography student, Botswele Mogotlane. We are proud to invite you to an exhibition of work produced by our Full-Time and Part-Time photography students over the past term,...

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 10 August 2018

On Thursday evening, 2 August 2018 we welcomed many of you to the exhibition launch of our latest Artist in Residence, Jabu Nadia Newman.   Jabu Nadia Newman is an...

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 26 July 2018

You are invited to view work produced by our staff and alumni at our Staff & Alumni Showcase on Thursday evening, 16 August 2018 from 18:00 – 20:00. RSVP HERE

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 24 May 2018

Join us at the Orms Cape Town School of Photography and come and view the work produced by our full-time and part-time photography students in the last few months. Enjoy...

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 21 May 2018

You are invited to join us for our very first Cinematography Mid-year Showcase where work produced by our Cinematography for Content Creation group will be aired. Of course, what would...

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Posted by Orms CTSP | 09 May 2018

Laugh it Off (LiO) has used humor to comment on the absurdity of everyday South African life since its inception in the 1990’s. The chosen method of the collective has...

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