This weeks to do list offers five art exhibitions, a Friday night pop-up market and a day of skateboarding.
Taking place across a number of iconic and historic locations in Jo’burg, Umlilo’s music video for ‘Umzabalazo’ will be streamed live this weekend.
Looking to learn a few new creative skills? Head through to The Watershed for an evening of Night Owls skills exchange plus food, art and networking.
It’s a short week because of Youth Day! In Cape Town we’re Art Jamming, contemplating what it means to be a Young South African and heading to Stellies to view some art.
From intimate theatre productions to free large-scale music festivals, art openings, film screenings and more. Here’s our event guide for Joburg this week.
Are you an emerging photographer? Gain insight and inspiration from established photographers through CCA’s Creative Sessions talks in Cape Town.
In Cape Town we’re heading to Al Bairre’s acrobatic music gig, a Soundcloud listening party and taking part in an interactive documentary exhibit.
This week in Joburg there’s no shortage of creative events to keep you busy and the winter blues away. From femme DJ parties to exhibition openings, visiting UK electro act Darkstar, film screenings and more!
La Biennale de Dakar collaborated with the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair to create a virtual tour of the city’s thriving art biennale.
Get your POPI ducks in a row – a workshop for for digital media, marketing and advertising practitioners on the new regulations on data protection and privacy.
This First Thursdays we’re going to Goodman’s 50th anniversary celebration and taking part in an interactive documentary showcase.
On our Joburg creative calendar this week is First Thursdays, the Goodman Gallery’s 50th birthday, a delightfully risqué online art auction and lots more.
Africa is home to some of the greatest music the world over, and this year’s Africa Day concert does a great job at bringing them together.
The lineup for Durban’s Zakifo fest is so good that reducing it to 5 top acts is near impossible. Thankfully, Bob Perfect was up to the task.
The Third Space Symposium hosted by the ICA tackled tough questions about creativity and South Africa’s transformation.