Three new crowd-funded and collaborative films are bringing to light the margins of the mainstream in South Africa. Check them out here.
Watch Ghana-US singer Jojo Abot take to the stage with friends and fellow musicians Koek Sista and Sho Madjozi at Glory in Melville.
Yswara Tea Room’s Swaady Martin takes us on a walkabout of the tea room, and speaks about best brews and tea drinking culture across Africa.
A new documentary ‘Uprize!’ takes an in-depth look at the period that shaped the youth of the 1976 Soweto uprising.
We recently attended the first annual Natural Hair and Beauty Festival. Check out our interviews with the festival founder and attendees.
The latest in our ‘Making’ series sees a studio visit to Mema Designs, the creators of magical designer lighting fixtures. Give it a watch here.
10and5 filmmaker Marius Gerryts went through to AfrikaBurn 2017 to capture a few of the most impressive artworks on film. From giant snails to UFOs, watch our video here.
Lorenzo Plaatjies is a digital artist and developer from Johannesburg. We spent the day following him around the city to get a better idea of his process.
We paid a visit to Breezeblock, a new go-to brunch spot situated in the artistic neighborhood of Brixton.
We spent some time at the home studio of illustrator Jess Jardim-Wedepohl to better understand her approach to the craft and where she gets her inspiration.
For #GraphicArtMonth, we sat down with Banele Khoza to talk about fine art and illustration and how he’s found a niche in merging the two.
Filmmaker Marius Gerryts captured the experience of AfrikaBurn 2017 through a series of sweeping timelapses. Check it out here.
Lauren Dixon-Paver uses YouTube to create simple and engaging craft tutorials that teach you how to make your own works of art at home. We spoke to her to find out how it all began.
We visit artist Tabita Rezaire’s new exhibition, ‘Exotic Trade’, and stop by her performative yoga session and conversation with writer/editor Milisuthando Bongela.
A multidisciplinary and collaborative project, The Centre for The Less Good Idea seeks to champion the secondary ideas of the art world. Check out our video to see what went down.