For Youth Month, we interview 10 art stars part of the ‘internet generation’ about their work and what it’s like to be young in South Africa. Here’s part one.
Qhawekazi Giyose and Gugulethu Duma of musical duo ‘Found At Sea’ recently completed a month-long mentorship with venerable isiXhosa musician Madosini. We chat to them about the importance of inter-generational dialogue.
Behold, the hoop art of your dreams! We take a look at the needlework of Cape Town-based designer-maker Andie Reeves.
Twenty-year-old photographer, Liam Volschenk, confronts the idea of vulnerability as a creative subject matter in his landscapes and portraits.
Eight archival artworks spotlight the talent of Johnny Kotze – illustrator, designer and founder of creative studio The Motel.
A unique report and photo gallery from backstage at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Cape Town by fashion editor Mandy Nash.
Cape Town-based artist, Joy Smith is valiant with her content. Her illustrations take on the topics of sexuality and identity through an LGBT+ lens.
Marianne Thesen Law brings together language, technical creativity and visual seduction to create compelling moving-image artworks.
A quick chat with musicians Jeremy De Tolly and Thomas Glendinning to discuss influence, their next album and where exactly they got their name.
Since our last round up of co-working spaces in CT even more have popped up. Here are 12 spots to choose from.
Getting to know the pale-skinned, tattoo-bearing headline DJ, recording artist, producer and re-mixer at the forefront of SA’s EDM scene.
Heading to Cape Town these holidays? We asked local creatives to let us in on their favourite things to do and places to go in the Mother City.
The Inner City Ideas Cartel in Cape Town is a co-working space like no other. We chatted a few creatives about why they love working there.
Summer has officially started, and the Cape Town galleries celebrate with A Summer Art Sale, Six Group Show Openings, A Magazine Launch, and more.
First Thursdays is fast becoming a monthly highlight on Cape Town’s social calendar, and the December edition is the biggest yet. Here are the must-see spots: