The world’s first private Children’s Art Gallery to open in Cape Town

The world’s first Private Children’s Art Gallery will officially open in Cape Town on Wednesday. The Gallery is a project of The Colour Collaboration Charitable Trust.

The opening night will feature the works of 15 young artists from South African townships, aged 5 to 12.

Star artist, Benon Lutaaya will be donating five of his original works made specifically for the inauguration, which will be sold.

David Eiberg, Colour Collaboration Charitable Trustee says that they’ve looked everywhere for an gallery with the similar concept and couldn’t find any, which justifies it being the first in the world.

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