17 May See this, do that: Joburg | 17 – 23 May 2016
This week the Joburg creative event guide includes a discussion around the need to decriminalise sex work, a FADA alumni exhibition honouring TONIC, the POSSIBLE Content Creators Conference and a salon art sale at the Bag Factory.
Thursday 19 2016
FADA Alumni Exhibition
A showcase honouring the founders of the TONIC luxury brand, Greg Gamble and Philippe van der Merwe. Their characteristic trademark of quality and meticulous detailing result in the clean lines and minimalist aesthetic, that is widely acclaimed both locally and internationally. This alumni exhibition acknowledges the extensive contribution that TONIC has made to the interior design discipline in South Africa over the last 16 years. More info on Facebook.
FADA Gallery, 17 Bunting Road // 6pm
SEX Talks: Sex work is labour
The aim of this event is to open up discussion around the need for decriminalising sex work. Sisonke is a movement of sex workers, by sex workers. It has offices in 4 provinces, based in partnership organisations, and its primary focus is on mobilising sex workers to speak out on issues of importance to them. More info on Facebook.
Sonke Gender Justice, 3rd floor, 62 Juta St, Braamfontein // 5:30pm
Thursday 19 – Friday 20 May 2016
Possible Content Creators Conference
The inaugural Possible Content Creators Conference is a free symposium that will bring together the leading bloggers, influencers and digital content producers who’ll share their expertise and experience to inspire the next generation of lifestyle content creators. More info on Facebook.
The Alex Theatre, 36 Stiemens St, Braamfontein // 9am both days
Friday 20 May 2016
Salon Sale at the Bag Factory
For all new or young collectors looking to develop their collection, the Bag Factory is hosting a sale of work from over 40 established and emerging artists. All works will be under R10 000. More info of participating artists on the Facebook event page.
Bag Factory, 10 Mahlatini St, Fordsburg // 5:30 – 8:30pm