The 2019 PPC Imaginarium awards are back! Open to creatives from South Africa and Zimbabwe over the age of 18, applications close on the 30th of November
500 creative minds, 14 agencies, An Open Source Office Space for Publicis Groupe Publicis Groupe’s fourteen Cape-based agencies have chosen the East City Precinct as their new home. The agencies and the nearly 500 creative souls that staff them are migrating under one roof with the aim of encouraging collaboration […]
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 […]
The Wits Young Artists Awards returns this year, and opening night is on Thursday the 26th of July at the Point of Order gallery in Braamfontein.
Southern Guild’s new group exhibition is an immersive experience of colour, inspired by the Colour Field painters of the 50s and 60s.
Umuzi tackles the problem of representation with new Umuzi Stock, providing relevant, localised, South African stock imagery.
Lindokhule Sobekwa’s Nyaope photo essay was one of eight photography projects that received a Magnum Foundation Fund grant.
We take a look at the reaction to news that TV series Yizo Yizo will be turned into a feature length film.
Emerging artist Chris Soal was recently announced as the overall winner of the PPC Imaginarium Awards 2018.
Get to know the 2017 SBYAA winners and find out what you can expect from them at next year’s National Arts Festival.
We The Brave encourages a culture of conversation and de-stigmatisation around sexual behaviour and orientation.
Written by Carl Stemmet, ‘Systraat’ is making TV history by being SA’s first animated sitcom and the first SABC show to premiere on YouTube.
With the launch of South Africa’s first Instagram auction house last week, art bidding is making its way from auction halls and onto social media.
The five-part web series reaches deeply into the issue of short-term money thinking and the habit of putting status above security.
Accounts of unnerving #UFOSA sightings in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg flooded social media platforms this past weekend.