Fiona Wanjiku Maina is a 20-year-old Computer Science student at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein. Her interest in photography was piqued in 2016 when she purchased her first camera.
Contemporary Art Gallerist, Sakhile Matlhare, and her co-founder Daniel Hagermeier set out to create a space in Frankfurt, Germany titled Sakhile&Me – that provides artists from the African diaspora with a sustainable platform to exhibit their work.
Well-known South African Illustrator and designer Karabo ‘Poppy’ Moletsane does it again. She recently added another brand to her long and impressive list of collaborations – this time, she teamed up with POND’S to design a makeup bag for their pimple clear gifting range. For over 150 years, POND’S has […]
The KZNSA Gallery is looking for locally designed and made homeware. They are seeking items such as soft furnishings, fashion, jewellery, Christmas décor, plants, art, photography, ceramics, books and publications, kids’ toys, games, decor, stationery, cosmetics, and confectionery. As calls for climate change grow louder and young people all over the […]
In recognition of October as Mental Health Awareness Month, Daor Contemporary is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Carol-Anne Gainer; whose body of work is a response to her experience of dealing with her own circumstantial battle with mental health issues.
IPAF is making an official OPEN CALL to South African artists as well as artists from around the African continent to take part by creating public art murals in Salt River; one of Cape Town’s burgeoning urban residential and industrial enclaves.
I See U: Imagining a Space for Freedom – an exhibition featuring more than 35 artworks that are being showcased at Spier Wine Farm until 30 November 2019.
On the first Thursday of every month, people in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, and Bloem come out in their numbers to discover and explore their city’s art and cultural spaces.
Currently completing his degree in architecture, Selwyn Steyn, 22, is a Pretoria based artist who works in a multitude of mediums, and makes use of the intersection between architectural theory and current art theory as informants in his work.
The 2019 Creative Conquerors chose a location in and around Johannesburg CBD and added their creative touch to curate signature urban art installations.
He makes use of the low angle perspective to convey a sense of monumentality to his figures. To add more depth to his work, he creates a narrative to link it to literature, history and poetry.
Entrants were asked to submit work to the theme Cultivating Culture and were challenged to explore the characteristics that determine their personal and social identity: their own unique culture –within a South African context.
The gorgeous designs that give The Lalela Scarf such vibrant appeal have been created using Lalela learners’ original artworks. It is a sustainable cycle of life-changing art.
We were proud to see three of our Artist Acceleration and Exposure Programme artists namely; Lunga Ntila, Cole Ndelu and Keneilwe Mokoena showcase their work at these prestigious art fairs.
Four young emerging creatives have been announced as the winners of the first Clout Designers’ Industry Days Fired Up By Nando’s.