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EVENT \\ Artmode (3rd Edition)

ArtMode Explores Different Nuances

Explore a world where art and music come alive at the next edition of ArtMode. Taking place at the exquisite Palms Centre in Woodstock, the ArtMode pop-up-gallery will open its giant antique wooden doors again on the 24th of July 2015.

For this forward-looking edition, ArtMode will dare to expand visual, auditory, textural and other sensory boundaries. With a brand new list of artists and genres, ArtMode will turn artists into performance artists as they physically compile artwork in front of audiences, creating an astonishing collaboration of live art and music.

ArtMode is known as a platform for both up and coming and established creatives to find and lose themselves in a space where nothing else but artistic expression matters. It is also a treasure chest for art collectors to discover new artists. Artwork will be on display at the ArtMode pop-up gallery until Saturday 25th of July so if you spot something you like at the event you can either buy it the same night or return to pick it up.

This third edition of ArtMode will take place on a Friday, allowing attendees to ease out of the work week with a sense of culture and kick start the weekend with a stage line up of amazing dance acts, indie bands and awesome DJ’s.

Date: Friday 24 July 2015

Time: 5:30pm- till late

Address: The Palms – 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town

Tickets: R40 presale and R60 at the door - http://www.quicket.co.za/armode

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The official event after-part will be held at Era Night Club and ArtMode ticket holders will be allowed to register on the limited guest list for free entrance to the club. ArtMode guests not on the guest list will be granted half price entrance at the door.

To keep up-to-date with ArtMode event details follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @ArtmodeMusic

Video from the previous edition:


Knobs and Tassels also brings you their Primal Herd exhibition at Artmode 3: