Collaboration, interaction and support are at the heart of Newtown’s artists’ studios, NewARC. We chatted to Anthea and Louise of the non-profit organisation Assemblage to find out more about the space.
Federico Freschi, the Executive Dean of FADA at UJ opened the first ever Portfolio Night event in SA last night. The event, hosted by McCann Johannesburg, brought together some 37 creative directors, the industry leaders, who put aside agency rivalry to participate for the greater good of the creative industry.
First taking place in 2011, each year the POV (point of view) Female project promotes and publishes the work of five female photographers from one major city in the world. For 2013 the focus is on Johannesburg.
Angie Batis – Art Director, Lucky Pony blogger and co-owner of Wolves and The Good Luck Club in Joburg – teamed up with Nicholas Christowitz – freelance designer and co-founder of Says Who – to design the Instant Grass Joburg office. Instant Grass is a consumer collaboration agency whose […]
The first ever SA Portfolio Night takes place in Joburg this week, hosted by advertising agency McCann. We’re quizzing some of the participating creative directors in the lead up. Today we hear from Rui Alves of Y&R.
The first ever South African Portfolio Night takes place in Johannesburg next week. We quizzed some of the participating creative directors in the lead up. First up is Grame Jenner of King James II and Pierre Odendaal of McCann.
Anikesh Ramani and Gavin Thomas individually source and recommission all the Mid-Century and Scandinavian pieces that can be found in Parkhurst’s most stylish furniture store, MØDERNIST.
14 of Joburg’s most creative residents have each contributed an original artwork to The Postcard Revival Project, depicting in a single image what makes this city unique for them.
Voodoo Lily Café in Birdhaven is a best-kept-secret place to work from. Although it’s popular with the lunch crowd who don’t seem to ever work, if you get a table in a corner you’re guaranteed no distractions, free and fast Internet access and the chance to get a lot of work done in a very pleasant setting.
The first Winter Sculpture Fair presented by MasterCard took place over the weekend. The event offered visitors a new kind of experience – we’ve had food and wine, we’ve had art shows, we’ve even had food, wine and design– but an event with sculpture as its key focus is a first in South Africa.
Maria Fidel Regueros is the curator and part owner of ROOM, a small, but significant exhibition space in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
The unlikely location of Warm&Glad is nothing to go by. Situated halfway down Jan Smuts at 357 Alban’s Square, Craighall Park, this little cafe-cum-shop, owned and run by John Shaw, is a whole lot of cool.
Over the weekend of the 4th and 5th May 2013, the acclaimed NIROX Foundation and Sculpture Park in The Cradle of Humankind will be transformed into a contemporary wonderland for the new Winter Sculpture Fair presented by MasterCard.
Math Room is the home, studio and exhibition space of artist Frederick Clarke.
Superella is the fashion label under which Ella Buter designs and works. Her style is whimsical and playful, but underpinned by thoughtful design elements.