Now in its third year, Plett ARTS Festival is morphing its identity into something quite unique, and has garnered a small, but growing following. Running from 21-28 June 2019, the festival has been timed to coincide with the Knysna Oyster Festival for those who would like to indulge in the best both festivals have to offer. As part of the 2019 Plett ARTS Festival programme, there will be seven ‘opening nights’ during the festival at various venues around Plettenberg Bay.
The Plettenberg will be hosting the ‘Women of Art’ exhibition in partnership with Gallop Hill Gallery. The show features work by Elize Bezuidenhout, Phulani Liebenberg and Marieke Prinsloo Rowe, and there will be an introduction of the mysterious artist, Olivier. The mystery around Olivier has caused a buzz in the art world. Having been an artist for many years, she never released any of her artwork to the public due to her connection to very influential people in the art industry. The exhibition will be open to the public from 21 – 28 June 2019..
The first official night of the Plett Arts Festival at The Plettenberg will take place on Saturday, 22 June 2019, jointly hosted by Dijonne Du Preez of Gallop Hill Gallery. Entry is free and wine and canapés will be served.
The Plettenberg is offering an exclusive package for art lovers’ attending the festival with an overnight accommodation offer – guests who stay for three nights will only pay for two nights. This accommodation package includes a bottle of wine in your room on arrival, complimentary mini-bar and WIFI, and a full English breakfast with bubbly daily.
Please see The Plettenberg opening night details below:
Saturday 22 June 2019 from 18h00 – 20h00
Exhibition: Women of Art
Artists: Elize Bezuidenhout, Phulani Liebenberg and Marieke Prinsloo Rowe, and the introduction of the mysterious artist, Olivier.
For more information or bookings, contact:
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The Plettenberg, part of The Liz McGrath Collection, is situated on a rocky headland in one of South Africa’s most spectacular beach towns. Tucked neatly into the Garden Route, Plettenberg Bay boasts a year-round temperate climate, pristine beaches and dense green forests, making it the ultimate South African seaside escape. The Plettenberg is a five-star property that has direct beach access and showcases some of the most breathtaking vistas in Southern Africa, with views of the ocean, mountains and endless stretches of golden sand. The hotel features 37 beautifully appointed guest rooms, including 12 Suites and two spectacular Villas.
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