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Author: Between 10and5
‘Small Room’ is curated by Sarah Grace as a result of the last six months she has spent with Priest Gallery
The new art.well gallery offers art enthusiasts a tranquil, warm and welcoming space, aimed at supporting emerging artists and bridging the gap between artist, curator and buyer.
The 10and5 Supper Club is a Food Jam paired with a talk from one of the highlighted creatives of the month from 10and5’s network. Our first series is with Mrs & Mr Luke
Hip-hop is a gateway hustle to pretty much any industry. Rappers are always trying to expand, and sometimes, beyond music to fields like tech, film, fashion and even media. South African hip-hop is young, but it has already produced several slashies in the form of rappers who branched into other industries or disciplines, and made a killing. We feature five SA Artists who have branched out and became prominent figures in the process.
Jessica Spiro takes a look at the way that bar culture is changing in 2019 from bottled cocktails to the renovated interiors of the modern bar.
Swiss quintet, Puts Marie, will be playing two shows in South Africa on 31 May and 1 June brought to you by ProHelvetia
Savanna has always been the maverick of the South African cider market. It’s challenged the category norms with innovations like Savanna Loco – cider infused with Tequila flavour – and the rum-flavoured Savanna Blackbeard.
An interview with Roberta Annan at the Conde Nast International Luxury Conference where she explored the growth and development of creativity in Africa, as a speaker in one of the discussions.
Hanneli Rupert spoke to us about her passions, projects and processes as an African design entrepreneur and collaborator.
EDGE brings together an icon grouping of beer and cider ad personalities in their new TVC.
Listening Room invites artists to contribute to an exhibition that reflects on the position and scope of audio in contemporary art. The responses present a miscellany of practices.
Directed by Kim Geldenhuys and produced by Jo Barber of 03:07, Glo’s new Step In ad explores boxer Anthony Joshua’s Nigerian roots and how they set him apart and enable his success. Once we had interviewed and shot with Joshua we were then able to go and shoot the amazing […]
Dwson and Sio’s undeniable chemistry in songwriting comes through visually with this immaculate piece of film, directed by Ian Henderson.
The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) and Africa Centre is now open for proposals from interested candidates to present at the Infecting the City public arts festival 2019. This event will run from 25 – 30 November 2019.