The purpose of the two-day workshop is to empower and equip emerging artists with the tools and skills required to go out into the highly competitive music industry.
The academy is a hub of creation and learning where young, talented students can pursue their creative dreams, develop their skills and share their passion for music among other art forms.
Resistance is us: an intergenerational visual conversation, curated by Aysha Waja and Simon Radebe has opened at the Absa Art Gallery and will run until 24 January 2020.
Experience different expressions of creative thinking on 13 & 14 November at this year’s Red & Yellow Grad Showcase Week.
From the recent development of their very own smartphone to the launch of public transportation with free WIFI, we take a look at some impressive innovations that came out of Rwanda in the last five years.
The second annual party, taking place on the 26th of October, is dedicated to educating, entertaining, engaging and elevating women – all on the topic of breast cancer.
Co-founder of the FNB Joburg Art Fair, Cobi Labuscagne, expands our reading list and captures the many skilled contemporary artists along with their artwork in her newly launched children’s book titled Explore! Awesome South African Artists.
Taking place from 25 – 26 February, the 2019 #cocreateDESIGN FESTIVAL will focus on resilient communities and citizen-led solutions.
Tales from Teachers is a a back-to-school campaign by Fruits of the Loom. It is inspired by real notes, given to students by their teachers to take home, ranging from “why Maya may have a worm in her pocket”, “how a boy got a nacho in his eye” and “how Nikki’s friend accidentally ate her lip-balm”.
Tomayia Colvin is the woman behind a first ever photography conference for black photographers.
Having worked at Naughty Dogg and contributed to games such as Fortnite, Overwatch and The Last of Us, Judd Simatov shares his secrets of getting involved in the game Industry.
Ahead of the release of her photobook on Fees Must Fall, student activist and photographer Mara Mbele talks documenting society.