The Pietermaritzburg Arts Kollective

The Pietermaritzburg Arts Kollective (The PAK) comprises of young art industry professionals who have studied and worked within the arts industry. The PAK aims to establish an artist hearth in Pietermaritzburg, where platforms will be created to ensure the exposure of local talents and keep the arts alive the community whilst creating educational experiences across institutions.


To elevate the arts industry within the community


  • Engage in collaborative projects with performing artists and organisations
  • To provide facilitated training with the use of artistic workshops
  • To create educational experiences across institutions in the community
  • Approach funding agencies and sponsorship for financial support of projects


We work with any artists and organizations despite their race, gender and beliefs without discrimination. As an organisation, we take pride in professionalism at all times and in developing professional artists. Our values are quality, collaboration, teamwork and transparency.


  • To develop the arts in the community
  • To create accessibility of making a stable living in the arts industry
  • To develop a mindset of the art industry being acknowledged as a career from a young age
  • To create sustainable platforms that benefit artists


Based in:

Pietermaritzburg (KZN)

Contact Person(s):

Breeh Cele, Nqubeko “Chase” Sithole
+27 71 361 8945, +27 78 391 5209
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39 Bakewell Road, Ridge Park, Pietermaritzburg 3201
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