Mark Strydom works as a creative researcher for production company Bouffant. His own creative pursuits include taking photos.
Jazz is back in the city. Johannesburgers were treated to an open air, freestyle jazz session recently, all played by pigeons.
Joburg Tourism is inviting Johannesburgers to capture and share how they see their city in this photographic competition, Capture Joburg.
A new and very neon billboard for MINI by Black River FC comes alive at night.
#SmileDammit, the ongoing campaign for 94.7 Highveld Stereo’s Breakfast Xpress show, had cyclists hit the streets sans bicycles yesterday morning to say ‘Sorry for Sunday’.
Thursday the 10th of November 2011 saw another installation of the annual Night of 1000 Drawings event. It was a fantastic turn-out once again, and Braamfontein lit up with whole raft of different people flocking to the Johannesburg CBD. The venue stretched from the newly started Neighbourgoods Market on 73 […]
It’s that time again, Joburg! The annual Night of 1000 Drawings exhibition and auction is happening tomorrow night at The Grove and Neighbourgoods Market in Braamfontein and is not to be missed.
Dulux’s global Let’s Colour project, which began in 2010, uses colourful paint to uplift communities and brighten up grey and dreary areas in cities around the world. Last month the project and a whole lot of colour hit downtown Johannesburg.
94.7 Highveld Stereo’s Breakfast Xpress show has been coaxing smiles from Joburgers lately with their #SmileDammit campaign by Black River FC.
Wanting to give back to the community to celebrate 40 years in SA, KFC and Ogilvy Joburg have launched a So Good campaign which aims to bring South Africans ‘So Good’ moments.
Specialist word-of-mouth marketing agency HaveYouHeard worked with Halo Advertising to carry out the Yellow Pages Amazing Race across Joburg, Durban and Cape Town.
Next weekend (13-16 October) sees the annual Photo & Film expo happening at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg. There will be over 100 workshops to attend as well as a whole host of stalls from large and small brands and retailers for photographers to try out exciting new product ranges. […]
South Africans love their country. And what better way to celebrate it than to improve on it?
Generously supported by the Department of Arts and Culture, the Market Photo Workshop will be exhibiting a special project at the 2011 FNB Joburg Art Fair. The exhibition will showcase current students as well as recently graduated alumni. About the featured photographers Akona Kenqu was born in Cape Town in […]
Next week sees the start of the FNB Joburg Art Fair to be hosted in Sandton City from 23 – 25 September. This year the Art Fair has moved from its original time in Easter to September, in a move that organiser Ross Douglas says will hopefully contribute to an “art season” in the city.