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.
Sian answers five questions.
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.
This edition of the platform invites all creatives and cultural entrepreneurs from Sub-Saharan African countries to apply by 1st March 2020 to get a chance to take part in the DLA#4 acceleration programme.
The Lampost Luminaries fellowship is aimed at supporting previously disadvantaged womxn to gain industry training and experience to launch their professional careers and make their mark on the narrative shaping visual storytelling.
To the creatives with an entrepreneurial spirit, as well as those that just want to make a buck out of their respective hustles but don’t really know how to, we have compiled a list of 5 opportunities to upstart your creative business.
Legacy makers are a group of individuals who use their success to improve the lives of others and use their influence to make a difference in the world.
The Mixed Reality Workshop (TMRW) proud to present Occupying the Fatuous State of Severity, a project responding to novelist Phumlani Pikoli’s debut collection of short stories that probe mental illness in South Africa.
Independently run TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world, this February, TEDx alongside Let’s Play Outside Agency will be hosting the first annual TedxYouth@Braamfontein.
iSkeem Semicimbi is made up of multimedia practitioners Mawande Manez Sobethwa, Bulumko Stifler Gana, Mandla Mahashe and Luvuyo Wogqoyi.
The house mother lets us into the world of African Ballroom, and the importance of such spaces within the LGBTQ+ community.
There are many aspects of this gallery that are worth celebrating – one of them being that it is located outside the tight (and often exclusive) geographic confines of the ‘art scene’ in Cape Town.
The group exhibition will run until 16 January 2020 at the AVA Gallery in Cape Town. It displays works by four emerging artists; Adolf Tega, Thembalethu Manqunyana, Robyn Pretorius and Wonder Marthinus.
The film reception was hosted by the Gauteng Film Commission with prominent individuals representing each nation.