Make the most of the longer, warmer days by enjoying the best of Cape Town’s bounty at 10 of our favourite markets in the Mother City and surrounds.
Jozi are you ready to #OpenNextLevel? We’ve got the the lowdown on the coolest pop-up bar opening its doors in Braamfontein this December.
Nine of Guillermo Del Toro’s films are reimagined as Gothic novels in an exhibition curated by Little White Lies, now showing at The Bioscope.
It’s First Thursdays! We’ll making our way from Kloof Nek to Church Street – here are our top picks of art exhibitions and things to do this evening.
Pages torn from Lauren Beukes’ latest novel ‘Broken Monsters’ have been transformed into imaginative artworks to raise funds for local NGO Book Dash.
Local art historian and writer Nicola Kritzinger reports back from the recent London 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair.
Step inside the empathy machine – Steven Markovitz talks about the virtual reality exhibition ‘New Dimensions’, the future of VR in Africa and the potential this tech holds for new languages of storytelling and sharing experiences.
To tie in with Oktoberfest there will be craft beer tastings, traditional German food and interactive singing bottle machines at tonight’s #GoodNightMarket.
It’s that exciting time of year, where creatives across the world present their work to be reviewed by industry professionals as part of the global Behance Review week.
From 28 – 31 October, the African Futures festival follows narratives and artistic expression in literature, fine arts, performance, music and film.
This past weekend, Little Dragon landed in SA for the second time. Sydelle Willow Smith captured all the action during the band’s Cape Town and Joburg gigs.
Vintage-style dresses with sheer kaftans, textured crop tops, bold blues and folk patterns star in a dreamy shoot for the Littlegig festival concept store.
This weekend we made our way to the sixth annual Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair. Here’s a visual round-up of our fave finds.
The Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair returns to the roof of Hyde Park Corner this weekend with a record number of over 100 makers of fine foods, wines and design. See which 8 designers we’re most looking forward to seeing at this year’s Fair.
With over 250 films being screened in eight cities over one week, here’s a sneak peek of some locally made films taking part in this year’s Shnit International Film Festival.