Artists featured on the lineup include Cape Town-based band, The World of Birds, electronic Russian band SBP4, and Nigerian musical artist, Femi Koya.
Time of the Writer is one of the largest and longest-running literature festivals in Africa. Over the years, it has hosted a wide variety of internationally-acclaimed thought leaders – such as Zakes Mda and NoViolet Bulawayo.
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.
For the second installation of the series, Russell Abrahams teamed up with Peter ‘Milk B’ Lebese, popularly known as ‘Thee Gintleman’.
Ubumnyama Bam is a collection of self-portraits, which began in 2019. Through the project, she stresses that self-love goes deeper than the commercial messages we see in mainstream media.
Lady Cynthia Tait (1894-1962), a proficient botanical illustrator with a passion for South African flowers is currently being celebrated at a special exhibition in the Richard Crowie Hall in Kirstenbosch until 15 March 2020.
Design Indaba’s yearly lineup is a highly anticipated event on the creative calendar. Having established itself internationally as one of the premier multidisciplinary programmes in the world, it consistently draws the globe’s luminaries to its stage.
This is a platform made for creatives to meet and connect with like-minded individuals over a delicious meal, and a glass of wine.
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.
Set annually on the banks of the magical Breede River, about 23km outside Swellendam in the Western Cape, Up the Creek is the second longest-running outdoor music festival in South Africa, it offers attendees an experience like no other.
On 25 January, Goodman Gallery Johannesburg opens Bôna, a selection of work from several photo essays by the late Thabiso Sekgala which explore how social borders determine visibility in society.
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.
Afrogrunge is now a clothing brand that is inspired by people of colour who venture into aesthetics or subcultures that aren’t necessarily associated with their culture or blackness.
Hosted by the Radisson RED Hotel V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, #REDexperiment 2.0 is now open for entries and is offering creatives the opportunity to design the hotel’s new staff uniform, which includes a T-shirt, a cap and a long-sleeve jacket.
Here are some good reasons why purchasing artwork from living artists rather than the deceased should be top of your list.