Creative couple Sydelle Willow Smith and Rowan Pybus met at Rocking The Daisies eight years ago. They share their union with us.
People: Sydelle Willow Smith
Through a small, solar powered mobile cinema, the Sunshine Cinema team have screened to 5000+ people across Southern Africa, telling grassroots stories and providing wider access to film.
This past weekend, Little Dragon landed in SA for the second time. Sydelle Willow Smith captured all the action during the band’s Cape Town and Joburg gigs.
Because learning from those who’ve gone before you is better than going it alone, four photographers talk about their experiences assisting or being mentored and share the insights they came away with.
As the recipient of the Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship in Photography, Sydelle Willow Smith began developing a body of work titled Soft Walls. The series of images seeks to deal with the relationships between migrated African nationals and South Africans; revealing the subtle ways in which individuals make sense of […]
The launch of ART54’s public art displays, crest designs for real and fictional characters and a mural by Marna Hattingh for CT’s new ‘Blah Blah’ bar.
It’s the first week of May, and Cape Town is celebrating with Pecha Kucha Vol. 28, First Thursdays, a pop-up Cartoon exhibition & a whole host of solo shows.
This week’s JHB openings include five solo shows, an illustration exhibition and two group shows. It’s a jam-packed week to go get your art on.
Sydelle Willow Smith takes photographs that tell stories. The Cape Town based photographer learnt her craft at the Market Photo Workshop in Joburg, known for their roots in Photojournalism, and has since completed a degree in Social Anthropology at UCT which has influenced her social documentary style of shooting.