The Alliance Française recently opened the Nagini “A Pattern Language” exhibition, which showcases the work of young Henna Artist, Shayla Tricam. Her work is inspired by traditional henna body art. She uses paint within a henna cone to create intricate designs typical of traditional Indian pattern work.
The exhibition will be running until 11 October 2019. It is open to the general public from 9:30 to 16:00, Monday to Friday at Alliance Française, Richmond Hill. All are welcome.
During the next holidays, the Alliance Française of Port Elizabeth will be delighted to provide you several fun and educational workshops to fill your days. It’s a great opportunity to learn French words, while doing fun, practical activities. We offer several workshops, including but not limited to a cooking class, a book club, a gardening workshop and a painting workshop.
Please let us know which activities are of interest to you!
We need a minimum of four children for each workshop
To book or for more information, please contact
To celebrate the National Women’s Day, the Alliance Française opened the Women’s exhibition with the photographies by the International Women Photography Association, the Sculptures by Sarah Walmsley and the Magazine Vrouw By Micaela Scholtz
The exhibition is running until 30 August.