What makes this programme unique is that it was developed to provide local artists with an opportunity to be paid to create professional murals in a city that lacks funding and opportunities for local artists.
Rauff’s work is centered around street and travel photography. Each set of photography is built as a three-part series in order to fully show the viewer the extent of the chosen subject matter.
Hosted at Shackleton Brewing Company in Cape Town, this Wednesday’s event is the second of its kind in South Africa after a very successful launch in August.
The very first South African Jewellery Week (SAJW) will be taking place this year from 31 October to 5 November 2019 in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
The feel-good song is a perfect amalgamation of Fka Mash and The LazarusMan’s sound, it’s like… it was meant to be.
Mixed Messages is an exhibition by artists making work through the merging of ideas, methods, and materials across mediums.
Her latest images document the cultural authenticities and idiosyncrasies of the people she has met and places she has been to.
Vogue Nights Jozi together with 10and5 held an insightful talk about Pride and the importance of safe spaces for the LGBTQI+ community.
Lwando Dlamini’s work interrogates both the limitations and the possibilities of the body in the face of violence, while simultaneously exploring the preciousness and delicateness of life.
South Africa’s undisputed King of Pop, the artist simply known as Fringe presents Augmented Lovefest, a new series of seven prints devoted to human bonds.
The 160-page A3 coffee-table book provides a rich visual take on contemporary design culture.
Buildings are interesting and highly valued photographic subjects. They carry countless stories of generations of humans, along with their own.
After four sold-out events, the girls behind Joburg’s newest pop-up restaurant, No Rules Cafeteria, are back for the Summer Edition of this seasonal event.
The Kolk cup is constructed from a process that was developed over two thousand years ago.
The Pendoring, originally created in 1995 to encourage and facilitate the use of Afrikaans in marketing, has undergone a number of changes to celebrate all of South Africa’s indigenous languages.