The Street Art Cinemart is back this year for its second installment! The boutique event series is a South African graffiti event which promises to deliver exciting local and international graffiti content.
If you haven’t heard, we have been up to some pretty cool stuff lately. Last week, we hosted two Creative Trend Talks – one at WeWork in Rosebank, Johannesburg and another one at The Onyx Apartments Hotel in Foreshore, Cape Town.
Upcoming South African born singer-songwriter, Tseno, is a smooth baritone who gathers little day-to-day moments and brings them to life through his music. His lyrical flexibility reveals various narratives that carry colorful authenticity with sincere undertones.
Single Diaries of a Jozi Girl has been nominated for an award in the category of International digital production at the 2019 Rio Web Fest.
AfriSam-SAIA is in search of architectural innovations that will reshape the country’s buildings both in look and in function. These entries must fight for the most innovative architecture achievements that will stand for a brighter, greener future.
Kgomotso Neto Tleane is a dynamic Johannesburg photographer with the moldings of rural life and trimmings of fast-paced city living. Born and raised in Ga-Maja, Limpopo, Neto creates imagery that effortlessly reflects both the grime and glory of the city he resides in, Jozi Maboneng.
Catalyst Africa is an event grounded in the belief that innovation can come from anywhere. It takes place from 30-31 October 2019 at Cape Town’s Portswood Ridge Precinct in the V&A Waterfront.
Contemporary Art Gallerist, Sakhile Matlhare, and her co-founder Daniel Hagermeier set out to create a space in Frankfurt, Germany titled Sakhile&Me – that provides artists from the African diaspora with a sustainable platform to exhibit their work.
Like it or not, the robots are already here, so instead of fearing them, rather see AI’s automation and algorithms as a tool for increasing productivity and creating better quality jobs for humans.
Well-known South African Illustrator and designer Karabo ‘Poppy’ Moletsane does it again. She recently added another brand to her long and impressive list of collaborations – this time, she teamed up with POND’S to design a makeup bag for their pimple clear gifting range. For over 150 years, POND’S has […]
Stellenbosch Triennale is delighted to announce the first 20 participating artists for its annual edition, which will take place at various destinations in Stellenbosch from 11 February to 30 April 2020.
WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to present John Murray’s exhibition, Sum of its Parts. This body of work is a reconciliation of Murray’s two signature styles, abstract and figurative painting.
Empangeni-born producer and singer Muzi has spent several years honing his unique sound after leaving medical school to pursue his love for music. His hard-hitting musical approach appears to be profoundly influenced by his childhood, a tale of striving to overcome adversity in the semi-rural township of Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal.
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.
The ‘Funani’ music video is somewhat of a comeback track for both Lewis and DeLazy, with Lewis back in the familiar music video director seat.