The DSW team consists of a diverse and specialised team, each individual bringing a unique skillset to the table. This ranges from fine artists and artisans specialising in traditional sculptural methods and 3-D scanning, rendering and printing, to arts administration and our very own in-house curator. DSW boasts a team of professionally trained employees qualified on various levels within the field, ranging from Diplomas and Bachelor’s degrees to Master’s degrees.
Marcos Chambela, Sakkie Davids, Steven Delport, Brendon Erasmus, Anita Finken, Maria Khobo, Tomo Cossa, Cedrick Kwata, George Magampa, McDuff Matabane, Geoffrey Matsimela, Adolf Mogashoa, Tebogo Mocha, Tsidi Mogashoa, Ranito Muabsa, Zano Ntobela, Andries Paledi, Robert Ramavhale, Kgwane Rapolai, Martyn Schickerling, Rina Stutzer, Johannes Tanki, Angus Taylor, Reckson Tshehla, Franscois Visser, Alex von Klitzing, Elani Willemse, Life Zitha & Simon Zitha.
Elani Willemse (1986) is an arts administrator and aspiring curator currently employed as Company Liaison Officer at Dionysus Sculpture Works, where she tries to keep the DSW Collective in check. She completed her Master’s Degree in Art History at the North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, where she also worked as Assistant Curator at the NWU Gallery. Here she was actively involved in the art scene, working as Logistics Manager for the Clover Aardklop Visual Arts Program, coordinating a youth art competition sponsored by the ATKV and also coordinating the NWU Art Collection Publication titled Looking back while moving forward. The arts are her passion and she firmly believes that this is the answer to all the world’s problems.