Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA)


​News ​& Events​
Home makers expo

​FADA, BTech Industrial Design students at Home makers Expo 2014
The Gauteng HOMEMAKERS Expo, held from 27 February to 2 March at the Coca-Cola Dome, turned 21 this year!
FADA, BTech Industrial Design students participated in this exhibition designing the Repurpose(d) show feature.

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Date: 24 July-15 August 2014​
Venue: FADA Gallery, Universality of Johannesburg, Bunting Road Campus

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Green week

reen Week

The 2014 theme for this yearly inter-departmental collaboration was “Community Matters”. This year the project focused on Participatory and Human-centred design, with a focus on Community Engagement in the field of service learning.

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Green at heart

Amanda Breytenbach believes creating a sustainable environment should be the core component of interior design training. By Thabo Mohlala

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Chair project

Chair Project

The donation of 12 custom designed children’s chairs to the Ethmbeni Children’s Home resulted from a collaborative project between the departments of Industrial design and Interior design in the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture.

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Deconstructing Dogma

an exhibition of transgressive Christian iconography in South African art

Curated by: Prof Karen Von Veh

 6 May 2014
 18:30 for 19:00
UJ Art Gallery, Auckland Park Kingsway Campus

(corner Kingsway and University Road, Auckland P​ark)

The exhibition closes on 29 May 2014

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FADA Student Showcase | 2014

Here at FADA we’re proud of the fact that 
the FADA gallery hosts a series of cutting-edge exhibitions throughout the year.  One of the highlights for us is the annual student exhibition, the FADA Showcase, which provides a platform to show off the best work of graduating students.



University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Architecture Department’s master’s programme were asked to architecturally update the Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG) and its precinct.


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