SA Indie Film Fest invites filmmakers, producers, musicians and VR creators to submit their work for its competition in its upcoming 2020 edition taking place from 16 to 31 May.
Global independent music platform and cultural curator, Boiler Room, returns to South Africa this April to bring its latest experience to local fans.
Luvo reflects on his time at this year’s Design Indaba Conference.
Salma Rorke’s striking designs include a mixture of elements – one of these being cultural Islamic/Muslim pieces, such as the hijab worn by Muslim women.
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.
Zimbabwe-born Afro-Soul artist, Berita and director Makere Thekiso have teamed up again to put together a body of work titled Unknown Union, the short a film version of Ndicel’ikiss.
Unam Ntsababa pens down a heart warming letter to herself – for the month of love.
Mpumelelo Bhengu is a Cape Town-based illustrator, graphic designer, and art director who is driven by his interest in cartoons, comic books, video games, and pop culture.
Sian answers five questions.
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’.
Baz-Art held the fourth International Public Art Festival (IPAF) festival that took place from February 14 – 16 in Salt River, Cape Town
Nomaza Nongqunga Coupez opens up about the importance of Africans telling African stories, trusting your instincts and actualizing one’s dreams.
In light of fashion designer, Sindiso Khumalo getting at the 2020 LVMH Prize – a few months after Thebe Magugu became the first African designer to win the award, we thought this would be the perfect time to highlight other South African designers who we think deserve a nomination. Rich […]
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’.