WHO IS MISS H?
Miss H Collective is not about acting as a female figure; for me it is a dedication to someone I hold very dear to my heart,
and to you
and to your friend
and to your friend’s friend- Miss H may represent
a she / a he / a they / an it / someone else / something else-
but it is a collective encouragement,
a collective voice
in encouraging you to embody your own personal being in
whatever form that may be.
Art allows you to find that within its medium through your own
eyes, and in whatever depth you wish to dive into.
Miss H Collective aims to create spaces and initiate conversations on making art (in whatever form that may be) accessible and inclusive.
To Miss H. Thank you.
I AM MISS MISS H.
WE ARE ALL MISS H.
Gallery One11 / Striped Horse / Mountain Manor Guest House / Deckle Edge / Bloom Hair Studio/ WOMXN IN MUSIC SA /
FREE FILM SCHOOL ZA / Roxanne Simpson / Kim Windvogel /
EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS SERIES
Take Me Home / Oak Lodge Flashpackers, Cape Town / December 2018
Blurring Lines / Gallery One11, Cape Town/ April 2019
Zach Lees / Luke Kitchin / Jamy Silver / Ruby Lou / Tatyana Levana / Elie Benistant / Ruan van Jaarsveldt / Meghan Daniels / Phumzile Konile / Jesse Navarre Vos / Gale Maimane / Alexandros Paterimos / Kyle Strydom / Aa'ishah Abrahams /Silas Miami / Urika Boss / Lee-Ann Olwage / Jessica Lawson / Tarien Bruwer / Jaylynn Ruiters / Sandra Nagel / Kelly Johnson / Jade Ludski / Madeleine Bazil / Christine / Tourmaline Berg / Natalie White / Liam Volschenk / Wessel Mostert / SCUM BOY / flowrin watr / Jeremy Pelser /
WHAT IS ART?
WHAT IS ART?
Miss H Collective, created in 2018,
was created on the premise of celebrating the power of Art
as a form of self-expression
and highlighting the integral part of its value and role in society through collective art experiences and creating spaces for emerging artists to interact with their local community.
The power of creativity is that it can be so individual, yet so collectively understood. It has the power to create a safe space,
challenge societal misconceptions,
celebrate our time and progress in the World today;
and educate us on a different perspective through a different means
other than dictation.