Taking place on Saturday, 29 February is UMI: Our Music Festival – a micro music and lifestyle festival that will be hosted at Victoria Yards, transforming the space into a creative funhouse of music, film & art.
ODA Gallery is pleased to present Reggie Khumalo’s solo exhibition, ‘Radical Ubuntu’. The exhibition will open on Friday, Februay 7, and will go on until Thursday, March 5.
Art month includes a long list of art fairs, festivals and events taking place throughout the month of February, and we have narrowed the list down to 10 must-see festivals and exhibitions while in Cape Town.
On 25 January, Goodman Gallery Johannesburg opens Bôna, a selection of work from several photo essays by the late Thabiso Sekgala which explore how social borders determine visibility in society.
Foundation, a newly found arts and culture initiative, will introduce itself to the public for the first time on Saturday, 25 January at Mercury Live, Cape Town.
The first hybrid-hotel in Africa has opened it’s doors in Cape Town – owned by one of the continent’s youngest and most successful tourism entrepreneurs, Bheki Dube.
A dreamy marshmallow coloured courtyard makes for the perfect backdrop to this new brunch-time party – That’s Nice!
Rage In The City just got hotter. Jozi’s ultimate pens down youth lifestyle and music festival have just announced a collab with Cotton Fest to host its Secret Sunday party.
The third installment saw eight artists namely; Boitumelo Diseko, Neil Badenhorst, Selwyn Steyn, Khotso Motsoeneng, Moshala Molema, Pule Ratsoma, Sarah Grace and Sinalo Ngcaba showcase their art to a room full of art enthusiasts, gallery curators, art buyers, and media friends.
Up and coming photographer Courtney Rabbit is this month’s #Canonx10and5 winner. The Cape Town-based artist is a full-time student at the ORMS Cape Town School of Photography. We chat to her following the captivating image she submitted for our photography competition. Rabbit’s image shows a group of distressed women holding placards […]
American artist, activist and founder of OBEY Clothing, Shepard Fairey is the brains behind the ‘The Purple Shall Govern’ mural in Braamfontein.
The first ever annual Latitudes Art Fair is set to commence on Thursday 12 September. The fair will be celebrating contemporary African art in a giant marquee in Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton, Johannesburg during the city’s art fair season this September.
Every week, over the next few weeks, Between 10and5 writer Thabang Buthelezi will be looking at a street art piece that takes on a unique flavour of the country
Cape Town-based Cinga Samson’s fourth exhibition at Blank Projects is running until July 27.
Annali has been curator of University of Johannesburg Art Gallery for more than 2 decades. During this time she has changed the “Cube” from a box to a vessel that transcends cultural, social and political norms.