The Creative Industries Career Expo is a fresh and unique event providing a platform for learners and youth to easily access information and gain insight into the different careers in the creative, cultural and heritage sectors.
The collection will launch exclusively in Africa on Friday, 28 February at MAC Cosmetics stores. On the same day, Netflix will premiere its first original African series, ‘Queen Sono’.
Cannes Young Lions invites young creative talents to register now for this year’s Young Lions Film competition, which is part of the annual Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, and take their best shot at winning some serious glory!
Lumières d’Afriques will showcase an array of 54 unique artworks, each created by an artist from a different African country, under the theme of ‘The Light of Africa’.
This edition of the platform invites all creatives and cultural entrepreneurs from Sub-Saharan African countries to apply by 1st March 2020 to get a chance to take part in the DLA#4 acceleration programme.
Local and international buyers will be treated to the new ranges of 45 of South Africa’s top designers at this year’s NEXT20 Trade Exhibition, taking place this month at the V&A Waterfront.
Jack Daniel’s is officially launching its inaugural Bartending Career and Mentorship Programme to provide South African bartenders with the opportunity to grow their careers and define their craft.
Taking place this weekend as part of the Cape Town Art Fair VIP calendar is the Krone x WITW Artist Residency at Twee Jongen Gezellen Wine Farm in Tulbagh, Western Cape.
We are excited to share that designer Sindiso Khumalo is amongst the list of internationally renowned talents that have been shortlisted for the 2020 edition.
The project, which took almost two years to compose, explores the black, post-apartheid South African self through the prism of the everyday story. The telling of these stories reveal deeper truths about race, power, belonging, migration, love, loss, memory and the human condition.
Dr. Mahlangu is the first South African artist to be commissioned to create a painting for Rolls-Royce Phantom. The ‘Mahlangu’ Phantom will be unveiled this art month at The Melrose Gallery at One&Only, Cape Town, where it will be on display from 13 to 16 February.
The collection was designed by Wanderland Collective artists Faatimah Mohamed Luke, Nicole Levenberg and Zinhle (Zhi) Zulu
This Valentines Day, he will be shining light on Queer Couples who inspire healthy and functional love. In addition, he will be looking at LGBTQI+ icons who he believes are redefining the creator landscape.
Our monthly Round Table panel discussions are facilitated by Between 10and5 owner and publisher, Uno de Waal. The aim of the Round Table discussions is to bring experienced voices to the topic of how brands can leverage creatives to build and maintain cultural relevance and commercial success.
The Most Beautiful Object in South Africa was put in place to celebrate the diverse opinions of beauty.