Keeping it intimate, Hermanus FynArts 2021 will be showcased in small boutique art galleries, restaurants, win...
The Hermanus FynArts programme is filling up fast and the 2021 event will be more intimate, hybrid and will strictly adhere to the Covid19 regulations.
Learn a new skill or hone an existing one by attending the great line-up of workshops at this year’s Hermanus FynArts:
11 June: Traditional Pigment Grinding
12 June: Mokuhanga Print Demo and Workshop
13 June: Skryf Haikoe
14 June: Beautiful Brightness - Watercolour
14 / 15 June: Art for the Soul
15 June: Plant Printing on Silk
16 June: Poetry Workshop
16 June: Watercolours - Loose and Lovely
16 June: Guitar Workshop
17 June: The Art of Knowing Yourself
17 June: Plant Printing on Silk
17 June: Fluid Expression - Playing with Alcohol Inks
18 June: Oil on Tracing Paper
18 June: Book Making and Marbling
19 June: Creative Travel Writing 1
19 June: Flora Paper-Printing
19 June: Creating Ceramics 2
20 June: Creative Writing 2
20 June: Magic of Traditional African Instruments
Find more information about workshops, times and venues, here.
Lots to learn at the exciting line-up of historical and cultural presentations at this year’s Hermanus FynArts:
Find more information about presentations, times and venues, here.
Be entertained with music, dance and theatre at this year’s Hermanus FynArts:
12 June: My Journey to Japan 2
14 June: 18 Strings and Beats to Joy 1
14 June: 18 Strings and Beats to Joy 2
15 June: Dance with Taare 1
15 June: Dance with Taare 2
15 June: The School House Trio
16 June: Play - What Youth Day Means to Me
17 June: Great African Composers 1
19 June: Organ and Cello Recital
19 June: Tales of our Youth
19 June: The Clever Rabbit
Find more information about performances, times and venues, here.
Discover new artists and old ones at the creative selection of exhibitions happening at various venues hosting Hermanus FynArts:
Find more information about exhibitions, times and venues, here.
Watch and be enlightened by the interesting selection of demonstrations at this year’s Hermanus FynArts:
Find more information about demonstrations, times and venues, here.
This year’s Hermanus FynArts includes children’s activities:
19 June: Creating Ceramics 1
19 June: Creating Ceramics 2
Find out more about children’s activities, times and venues, here.
10 June: Michelle Theron - Hazendal
11 June: Vodka Talk and Tasting
11 June: A Russian Tea - Russia through SA eyes
12 June: Experience Japan 1 - Cooking, Culture and Etiquette
12 June: Heritage Farm Lunch
12 June: Soup and Sushi 1
12 June: Experience Japan 2 - Cooking, Culture and Etiquette
13 June: Experience Japan 3 - Cooking, Culture and Etiquette
13 June: Soup and Sushi 2
13 June: Experience Japan 4 - Cooking, Culture and Etiquette
14 June: Conscious Cuisine
14 June: Vegan Night
16 June: Gin Revolution
16 June: Dinner - Meat and Brand Appreciation
17 June: Tour Abalone and Bubbly
17 June: Beer Tour and Tasting
17 June: Environmental Lunch
18 June: Tour Abalone and Bubbly
19 June: A Tasting Journey through Hemel-en-Aarde
20 June: Sunday Lunch
Find more information about food and wine experiences, here.
Make the most of the Hermanus FynArts festival by spending a few days so you can experience the sights, sounds and flavours to the fullest. The festival organisers are proud to be affiliated with:
Hermanus FynArts thank all its sponsors who without the festival would not be possible:
Should you wish to enquire about sponsorship opportunities and benefits please contact Hermanus FynArts directly.
Patrons of this year’s Hermanus FynArts can book tickets for most events at: