LunarFest is a networking event in Cape Town which takes place on nights of the full moon. The space aims to be an inclusive, revolutionary effort at collaboration.
The annual Street Food Festival is returning for the 5th time this year to celebrate street food in all of its glory. From custodians of South African street food culture, to those who have settled here bringing tastes of home with them, or food trucks making foods inspired by the […]
Portuguese street artist ‘Vhils’ crafts Yvonne Chaka Chaka mural in downtown Jozi Portuguese graffiti and street artist Alexandre Manuel Dias Farto, aka Vhils, collaborated with Hennesy for a worldwide tour. He recently touched down in Johannesburg for the Africa leg of this journey during which he wanted to create a mural […]
International LIVE ART Festival Returns Save the Date for Africa’s Greatest Performance Art Platform The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) announced the dates for the international LIVE ART Festival showcasing a gathering of some of the most influential artists from across the continent and around the world. Get ready for […]
Gallery 2 will host South African artist, Wessel van Huyssteen’s latest series, Under a Cobalt Sky, which he describes as a “continued exploration of non-place”. Referring to his use of watercolour on cotton paper as the predominant medium for the paintings, in the artist statement van Huyssteen describes the process […]
“Moriri Waka” – ‘My Hair’ by Karabo Poppy, with Sneaker Lab As part of Jozi’s June First Thursday, Sneaker LAB hosted a pop-up in their Braam Flagship Store. This launched their collaborative collection with award winning illustrator Karabo Poppy. An integral element in the LAB’s Artist Series, this paid tribute […]
Noble Vice, a boutique wine and food experience brought to you by Neighbourgoods, will be taking place on 9 September at the Old Biscuit Mill in Cape Town.
The Queer and Curious Book Club brings together literature lovers with a focus on queer African stories. The event is a safe space to connect with the literature, and with one another.
The Emporium, which takes inspiration from the contemporary art stores of the world’s leading galleries and museums, will be launching at Art & Design Saturday this weekend.
Creative collective The Ota Project focuses on providing a platform to young, promising artists. Their showcase Double Yellow happens at King Kong on 5 May.
The upcoming Pan African Rum Festival taking place at Neighbourgoods Market at 73 Juta St, Braamfontein on 6 May.
BrownSense, a community of Black owned businesses, takes over the market at Joziburg.
Here’s why you shouldn’t miss Ciclope Africa, the upcoming international festival that recognises and rewards exceptional craft in moving image, taking place in Cape Town.
Red Bull Music Festival is back with a 6-day music takeover. And includes headliners such as Skepta and Sho Madjozi, and more.
Slow Sunday Social Market is the gathering transforming Grahamstown, one event at a time.