10and5 Creative Womxn Conference is back this month, and will feature a curated lineup of established womxn in SA’s creative industry, plus a whole lot more.
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Alight is a vividly interactive one night only event that will set the city alight with interactive light and sound based artworks that can only be described as electric!
Come jol with us in the bush (and tell us your Koppi Confession).
Get to know the creative womxn who’ll be speaking at the 10and5 X conference on 13 August, 2016.
We’re beyond excited to share this sneak peek for this year’s young South Africa series, BAYEZA16. Launching June 16th.
Last week at #POSSIBLEConference people brought their fashion A-game! We’ve trawled the conference hashtag to share some of the stellar street style looks and photos created by delegates over the 2-day event.
Last week we hosted our first ever #POSSIBLEConference. For those of you who missed out or weren’t online over the two days, here’re our notes, fave tweets and standout pics that perfectly sum up what went down.
It brings us so much joy to finally introduce 10and5’s sister branded content agency, 5TUDIO. Here’s our first showreel. Watch this space.
9 breakthrough South African artists and duos who’ve been at it this year, guns blazing, making work that’s vital and impossible to ignore.
The biggest and the best, the controversial and the playful, these are the stories that make up our 2015 highlights.
Meet the ten phenomenal women who form the line-up of the first ever 10and5 Creative Women conference taking place on Saturday the 29th of August 2015 in Cape Town.
Emily Harriet Bulbring Robertson is a painter, who loves giving people what they want but never in the way they expect.
For this year’s Street Food Festival we’ve teamed up with a few local creatives to make a range of limited edition street food inspired gear. See and shop it at the Street Food Festival market in Cape Town on 26 July 2015.
Lazi Mathebula, Pola Maneli, Rendani Nemakhavani, Andiswa Mkosi, Thandiwe Tshabalala and Dillion Phiri share their thoughts on being young and creative in South Africa today, and the importance of telling – and owning – your own story.