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.
Biko Molobye is a project assistant at Market Photo Workshop in Joburg. These are some of his photographs that make up the series – Can’t Escape the City.
Daily, collaborative photographic project 75, see www.75.co.za, is hosting an exhibition tonight entitled JOZI. The exhibition is a photographic experience of Joburg – the beauty, the skyline, the decay, the isolation, freedom, the human interactions with the city and the faces of Joburg’s future generation.
If you were driving on William Nicol near Bryanston High and Atlas Road, Boksburg on Thursday and Friday last week you would’ve noticed that the trees lining the road had suddenly bloomed big, colourful flowers over night. The mystery flowers got quite a bit of attention online with a few hundred tweets streaming in asking ‘who?’ and ‘why?’.
Joburg, this Sunday Part 2 of the 12 part Invisible Cities is happening and we get the feeling that if you miss it you’ll be missing out on a whole lot more than just an event.
After the much hyped June session, Thesis Social Jam Session is back to keep up the momentum with fresh talent that is leading the way in the alternative sound scope.
We let you know about 1000 Traveling Names and a Donkey’s BIG PLANS to take on the Mongol Rally. The ladies – Shan, Jo and Gene – leave in just 3 weeks and are on a fun(d)-raising mission.
We chatted to Jamal Nxedlana of Cuss our new favourite online zine/lookbook/publication. He told us a little about where he’s been and where Cuss is going.
Invisible Cities is a year-long music and arts festival in the form of 12 once-off monthly events set in the empty buildings soon to be part of Johannesburg’s Maboneng arts precinct.
We found out through the good folks at Don’t Party that Wrigley’s gum is launching a new product called ‘5’ gum in South Africa, and from what we can tell, they have one serious campaign powering the promotion.
Back to the City is a street festival featuring the finest Hip Hop talent in Mzansi on Freedom day 2011. The festival held in Johannesburg celebrates hip-hop and youth culture through an afternoon/evening of live performances, street art and exhibitions with the aim of bringing kids back to the city. […]
A guy named Guy. Acclaimed South African photographer, Guy Neveling began his career while wearing a uniform in the navy. After his release he moved to Johannesburg in the 80’s where he was commissioned by various national newspapers to capture the volatile political state of South Africa. Looking for a […]