Celebrating 25 years of cultivating the next generation of South African designers – fashion school, LISOF hosted its annual fashion show in Johannesburg on 30 November.
For this glamorous event overflowing with youthful talent, the famous Hilton Hotel in Sandton served as a cosmopolitan backdrop.
Dimakatso Mathopa’s work is inspired by the idea of individualism within the context of African society.
Rauff’s work is centered around street and travel photography. Each set of photography is built as a three-part series in order to fully show the viewer the extent of the chosen subject matter.
The annual AFDA Experimental Festival promises to be an eye-popping and mind-boggling experience across AFDA’s four campuses. The students explore experimental concepts and present their outcomes from their own course which ultimately embodies the scope of the future of the creative economy.
On the day the new museum is open free to the public, a few art students from Stellenbosch University attend and give their opinion on the space.
For Youth Month, we interview 10 art stars part of the ‘internet generation’ about their work and what it’s like to be young in South Africa. Here’s part two.
For Youth Month, we interview 10 art stars part of the ‘internet generation’ about their work and what it’s like to be young in South Africa. Here’s part one.
In a relatively short span of time, Jade Paton’s Selfie Portrait project (officially titled Self(ie) Obesessed) has amassed a large response. Along with two other series of still images, Jade is exhibiting Self(ie) Obesessed for her graduate show at Michaelis School of Fine Art.
Catherine Holtzhausen is a second year Design major at the Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography. Often using mixed media collage, Catherine draws on her love for story telling to create her charming works of art.
Matthew Bradley is a third year student majoring in Illustration at the Stellenbosch Academy of Photography and Design.
Christi du Toit has been doing some awesome work lately, so we decided to put together an update to show it to you.
Next Thursday evening, the 4th of April, the Cape Town School of Photography will be exhibiting selected works produced by their full-time and part-time students during their first term of 2013.
And now for something a little different, a first look at the future creatives of SA.
It’s graduation season again! And while a new wave of creatives enter the industry we’ll be keeping you up to date with the wheres and whens of the 2012 graduate exhibitions.