The annual AFDA Experimental Festival promises to be an eye-popping and mind-boggling experience across AFDA’s four campuses. The students explore experimental concepts and present their outcomes from their own course which ultimately embodies the scope of the future of the creative economy.
On the 18th of July CWDi will be hosting the annual 67 Logos Designathon in Johannesburg and Cape Town. The event is open for small businesses and designers to apply.
The 21st Encounters South African International Documentary Festival has announced the opening night film as well as a host of the most talked about non-fiction films from the past year.
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.
The CDI is proud to announce the showcase of a selection of top South African craft and design this week at one of the world’s most prestigious exhibitions, Révélations, from 22 – 26 May 2019 in Paris, France.
Mikhael Subotzky is showing his new series of work at Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg from the 18th of May till the 6th of July. The series is dubbed Massive Nerve Corpus.
Artist collective Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin announced the release of two blockchain-based artworks in support of Collecteurs’ crowdfunding campaign.
Swiss quintet, Puts Marie, will be playing two shows in South Africa on 31 May and 1 June brought to you by ProHelvetia
Festival explores the latest visual merchandising trends
Head to the Red & Yellow School of Logic and Magic, Cape Town for the Loeries Travelling Exhibition.
The winter sculpture exhibition that took place over Mother’s Day weekend featured work from 17 global artists.
Two of South Africa’s leading art institutions, Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, are set to host the largest William Kentridge exhibition in Africa.
The second call for social creative entrepreneurs applications for a three-month high impact business accelerator programme. This is for Impact Makers and Creators.
The Machine in the Garden exhibit will be opening on 4 May and will run until 25 May.
The Goethe-Institut is proud to support a regional tour by the German musical phenomenon MEUTE in partnership with the Bushfire and Zakifo Festivals – proud members of the Igoda Southern African Music Festival Circuit.