It’s a big weekend in Durban this week with The Loeries and the Interpret Durban creative festival both going down. We asked 6 locals to share a few bite-size snippets about their city.
Tag: Interpret Durban
The much anticipated Loeries takes place this week in Durban putting a spotlight on the creative scene in the city.
This month we’re focusing on Self-Starters: the brave creatives who’ve made the move to go it alone. First up is Street Scene, the Durban-based tours and events company of Richard Powell, Sthembiso Mbonambi and Jonas Barausse.
Videographer/Director Luke Mason wrote, shot, directed and edited this short film called Ten Rand.
The annual INTERPRET DURBAN event took place on the 29th of September this year as part of eThekwini’s CELEBRATE DURBAN campaign.
INTERPRET DURBAN is back for a 3rd year running. The multi-faceted creative contest has been running throughout September and will culminate this Saturday with an awards party and exhibition to show off Durban’s creative talent.
Street Scene Tours, in collaboration with Ethekwini Municipality, is proud to present this second instalment of a yearly celebration of Durban.
Street Scene Tours are a tour company with a twist. They provide guided tours around Durban’s alternative spots by locals in the know. Have a look at their website, here. But this post is not about Street Scene Tours, it’s about their first annual Interpret Durban T-shirt competition. They called […]