Lerato Bereng speaks with us about curating exhibitions at Stevenson and in small towns in Lesotho that aim to draw people in, spark conversations and create dialogue about what’s going on outside gallery walls.
Series: Creative Women
The Mail & Guardian arts editor lets us into her home to talk about magic, self-love and solitude.
Owethu Makhathini knows the digital landscape can shift perceptions and connect South Africans.
If you missed the event on Saturday, take a look at these awesome notes from our Creative Women Conference by illustrated by Alice Edy.
Whatiftheworld curator Ashleigh McLean believes in honing one’s curatorial eye by asking questions, so as exhibitions can contribute to the bigger narrative by offering new insights.
Panashe Chigumadzi is the founder and editor of womanist platform Vanguard Magazine, an online publication in South Africa speaking to the intersectionality of queer politics, Black Consciousness and pan-Africanism.
Award-winning journalist Rebecca Davis has zero tolerance for sexism, thinks news shouldn’t be boring and believes the good outweighs the bad.
Unaffected by trends and passing fads, Marianne Fassler says that her designs respond to the global zeitgeist and voice on the street.
Ilze Wolff believes that architecture is connected to social conditions and the politics of being human. She endeavours to develop an “architectural practice of consequence” through the mediums of design, advocacy, research and documentation.
Sethembile Msezane is a visual artist whose performances subvert colonialist ideologies and highlight the history of black women in South Africa.
A Creative Director at digital agency Hellocomputer, Camilla Clerke works on campaigns that harness the power of social media to start brand-consumer conversations, to add value or to feed school children that would otherwise go hungry.
Meet the ten phenomenal women who form the line-up of the first ever 10and5 Creative Women conference taking place on Saturday the 29th of August 2015 in Cape Town.
Thania Petersen’s current work began with a search to uncover her Cape Malay heritage and in doing so, to bring to light a vital aspect of her identity.
Under Roxanne Robinson’s guidance as fashion editor, Sunday Times Fashion Weekly has published over a 100 editorials and is the result of her dedication and passion towards inspiring new ways of thinking about South African fashion.
Thanks to everyone who came through to our “You Draw Like A Girl!” illustration show and print sale yesterday evening at Beijing Opera. Here’s a first online look at the artworks.