About The Project
Koketso Growth was commissioned by the Gauteng Department Infrastructure Development to design, commission, develop and install heritage artworks for the new Women’s Living Heritage Monument, Lilian Ngoyi Square, City of Tshwane.
The artworks are currently in production and include life-size bronze figures of the leaders of the 1956 Women’s March and a monumental art piece at the entrance to the Museum building. The Monument opens in 2015.
The role of women in the struggle is often overlooked or underestimated. This Monument is intended to mark the place of women in the pages of South Africa’s history, with artwork commemorating heroines such as Lilian Ngoyi and so many others who have previously been (denied) recognition.
Drawing on a wealth of experience in large-scale sculptural projects, particularly the creation of bronzes on any scale, Koketso Growth continues to successfully manage and implement every facet of this ongoing project, including:
- Project team:
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- Construction and installation: