Black Boots is an eight-part poem that reflects on the Nigerian LGBTQ community, delineating the closeted lives of queer individuals in Nigeria and other parts of the world.
Her upcoming talks will take place in two parts, with the first half devoted to the green revolution, while the second half will focus on new directions for food and how this megatrend will shape us.
Internationally-acclaimed visual artist Faith XLVII completed her largest mural to date. Standing 11.000 square feet tall, this piece – titled ‘The Silent Watcher’, pays tribute to Noam Chomsky, and calls out for brotherly love.
The house mother lets us into the world of African Ballroom, and the importance of such spaces within the LGBTQ+ community.
Give Love Not Plastic is a self-directed social project by artist Alicia McFadzean which is aimed at encouraging people in South Africa to adopt a zero-plastic mindset when it comes to their purchasing decisions during the festive season.
Three content pieces were created, each showing how the actions of men creep into the world of young boys.
Msaki will present At Stake and Other Love Songs at Untitled Basement in Braamfontein on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 December.
Durban struggle-veterans and community members are putting on a struggle t-shirt exhibition in remembrance of the Day of Reconciliation, which is in its 24th year.
Facing challenges in areas like education, healthcare, water scarcity, pollution and climate change themselves, creatives have been invited by the Social Impact Arts Prize team to explore how they can best imagine a
Nosipho Motsamai has dedicated her time to capturing images that explore gender studies – which forms part of a larger, ongoing body of work through which she examines the concept of gender and gender representation through fashion.
“We are all citizens of the Republic of Sexual Abuse”.
The Wavescape Surf & Ocean Festival presented by VANS hosts an extended lineup of 15 events – with the screening of more than 30 surf and ocean films – that are taking place at 10 different venues around Cape Town and False Bay.
Converse’s stroke of sustainability carries the brand’s latest iteration at developing products that are innovative and ethically produced; introducing the Converse Renew Canvas collection.
The event promises to be a celebration of beauty and femininity as over 40 burlesque dancers take to the stage in all their feathered finery. The Grand Exhibition will highlight top burlesque talent in Cape Town, ranging from seasoned professional solo-artists to Cape Town’s longest-standing burlesque companies.
Today, we celebrate International Day of the Girl Child and the theme for 2019 is GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable.