An overview of art galleries in South Africa exhibiting traditional African craft, old masters and contemporary art.
|ABSOLUT ART GALLERY|19 Ryneveld street, 1st Floor Gallery, Stellenbosch
|ASSOCIATION OF ARTS PRETORIA|173 Mackie Str, Nieuw Muckleneuk
|ECLECTICA MODERN GALLERY|9 Cavendish Str, Claremont
|ELZA'S CERAMIC STUDIO|Karoo Square, Corner Lynnwood Road and Albeth Street, The Willows, Pretoria
|LONGSTREET ART LOVERS 1932|198 Long Street, Waterkloof
|MARTIN OSNER FINE ART GALLERY|Shop A14, Cape Quarter Piazza, 72 Waterkant Str, Green Point.
|ST LORIENT FASHION & ART GALLERY|492 Fehrsen Street Brooklyn Circle
|UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA|Old Merensky Building,
The Edoardo Villa Museum Lynnwood Rd, Hatfield
An overview of art societies in South Africa
|Art at Work Today|
The pottery and ceramics of South Africa's premier crafters and artists, featured in essays and photo galleries
|ART at Zoo Lake|
Art Exhibition (first Saturday and Sunday monthly) has been in existence for nearly 60 years and is the largest open air art exhibition of fine art in all media.
|Howick Arts Society (HARTS)|
Established in 1991, the Howick Arts Society hosts monthly meetings, The Asselberg Cup, regular exhibitions at various venues and workshops.
|Miniature Art Society of South Africa (MASSA)|
The Miniature Art Society of South Africa promotes and encourages all artists interested in miniature fine art.
|South African National Association for the Visual Arts (SANAVA)|
SANAVA is an overall administrative body, serving autonomous branches and affiliated organisations for the promotion of the visual arts in South Africa.
|South African Portrait Society|
National Art Society with the main purpose to enhance and excel Fine Art Portraiture in South Africa by providing a platform where artists can compete and learn more about portraiture
|The Constantiaberg Art Society|
The Constantiaberg Art Society offers annual member exhibitions and discussion and social interaction between those with a common interest in art.