Design Indaba 2015 | Ticket Options

 

Design Indaba 2015 is fast approaching and there are plenty of things to see and do from the 20th of February to the 1st of March. Here’s everything you need to know to make the most of Design Indaba 2015.

 

Design Indaba 2015 Conference Tickets and Speakers:

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

Celebrating their 20th anniversary, this year’s Design Indaba Conference brings the world’s greatest creative minds to Cape Town to impart their learnings, ideas and thoughts on design and creativity. The Conference sells out year after year, so to avoid disappointment, book now. Tickets cost R7 900 for the full Indaba and R3065 for one day.

 

A handy tip that you might not know about: if you claim from your workplace skills levy, you can get another 60% back, and so coupled with 10% early bird, or 15% alumni discount you could pay as little as 25% of the overall ticket price.

 

This year’s line-up of speakers includes: Roy Choi, Santiago Cirugeda, Selly Raby Kane, Rosita Missioni, Yoni Bloch, Emily Oberman, Sindiso Khumalo, The Workers ( Ross Carins and Tommaso Lanza), William Kentridge, Studio Propolis ( Naeem Biviji and Bethan Rayner), Dominic Wilcox, Stanely Hainsworth, Shubhankar Ray, Ng’endo Mukii and Wieden Kennedy.

 

Find out more about the conference and book tickets.

 

Design Indaba 2015 Simulcast Tickets:

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

The Simulcast enables you to experience the Design Indaba Conference via livestream viewing and this year Design Indaba aims at widening its audience scope with live broadcast in Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Potchefstroom and a second venue in Cape Town.

 

In JHB, KZN, PE, Potchefstroom a one-day pass is R350, two-day pass R600 and 3-day full event pass R980. For a discount, pair up and pay R1790 for two tickets to the full event. In CT over-25s pay R1850 for a full event pass and age 25 and under R1630.


See the simulcast venue details and book
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Design Indaba 2015

 

For those who aren’t able to attend the conference or simulcasts, we’ll do our best to keep you up to date with all the happenings through a series of daily round-ups, live tweets and sneak peek pics from the expo. Keep an eye on 10and5, our Twitter and Instagram when the time comes!

 

Design Indaba 2015 Expo

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

Running from Friday 27 February to Sunday 1 March at the Cape Town international Convention Centre, tickets to the expo give you access to the floor where you can view the very best of South African design, which includes the Emerging Designers showcase. Tickets are R80 (online and at the door), R60 for pensioners and students and R50 for children between 10 and 18 years of age, children under 10 don’t pay.

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

Buy tickets for the expo online.

See the full Expo programme and exhibitor directory.

 

Design Indaba 2015 Film Festival

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

Design Indaba Film Fest teamed up with the Labia (Cape Town’s oldest independent cinema) for a 10-day celebration of creativity in film. As always, the film festival promises to bring to Cape Town a highly curated selection of feature films and documentaries on creativity and design, many of which are premieres on the African continent. Tickets cost R50.

 

Bookings open soon, but check out the programme in the meantime.

 

Design Indaba 2015 Music Circuit

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

The Design Indaba 2015 music festival will showcase a line-up of diverse African artists across various genres including experimental electronica, rap, house, jazz, RnB and a capella. The music circuit is on from 25 – 27 February, with the main music event on Thursday 26 Febraury featuring artist like Angel-Ho, Amy Ayanda and Thor Rixon, M.anifest, Sakawa Boys, Nástio Mosquito, RVWR and Jumping Back Slash and Duce Duce.

 

Tickets for the main event will be sold at the door for R50.

See line up of venues and musicians.

 

Li Edelkoort’s 2015 Trend Seminar

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

Renowned trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort will present Vanities. The Mythology of Self on 28 February in Cape Town and 2 March in Johannesburg. Tickets cost R600, students pay R499.

 

See venues and programme.

Book a seat.

 

William Kentridge’s Refuse the Hour

 

Design Indaba 2015

 

Refuse The Hour, a theatrical accompaniment to The Refusal of Time exhibition, will be staged at Cape Town City Hall for two nights only, on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 February 2015. Refuse the Hour is a multimedia performance in collaboration with Philip Miller, Dada Masilo, Catherine Meyburgh and Peter Galison.

 

Find out more.

Tickets are R400 with a black and white dress code. Book your seats here.

The Refusal of Time exhibition is on at Iziko South African National Gallery from 26 February – 21 June 2015.

 

 

Visit the Design Indaba website for more.

Download the official festival app for live updates.

 

 

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