Category: Arts & Culture

Gripping drama “Tip-ex” to debut at 6th annual Zabalaza Theatre Festival

Gripping drama “Tip-ex” to debut at 6th annual Zabalaza Theatre Festival

[ 0 ] March 2, 2016 |

“Tip-ex” the gripping drama written, directed and performed by Lauren Hannie will make its official debut at the 6th annual Zabalaza Theatre Festival 11 – 19 March 2016, hosted at the Baxter Theatre, Cape Town. The show by Hannie, tells the story about a woman, Katie Williams, who through music and storytelling allows the audience […]

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Behind the scenes at SA Menswear Fashion Week 2016 through the lens of Sarah Keogh

Behind the scenes at SA Menswear Fashion Week 2016 through the lens of Sarah Keogh

[ 0 ] February 25, 2016 |

South African Menswear Fashion Week is regarded as one of Africa’s most prestigious menswear fashion platforms, with a vision of promoting South African designers locally and internationally.  This years fashion showcase took place at the Cape Town Stadium from 3 – 6 February 2016, presenting South Africa’s top menswear designers to local and international fashion […]

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South Africa: National Film and Video Foundation internship opportunities 2016

South Africa: National Film and Video Foundation internship opportunities 2016

[ 0 ] February 9, 2016 |

The South African National Film and Video Foundation an agency of The Department of Arts and Culture, have officially announced their internship opportunities for 2016! Individuals interested in building a career in the South African film industry are encouraged to apply for the respective internship opportunities listed  below. Film and TV Producing  Script Writing  Animation […]

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South Africa – Dans van die Vlamme / Picnic on Fire proudly presents “Senses” an extraordinary show

South Africa – Dans van die Vlamme / Picnic on Fire proudly presents “Senses” an extraordinary show

[ 0 ] December 23, 2015 |

“Senses”, offers a unique theatrical experience combining the arts of fire dancing, puppetry and physical theatre. It tells a story about an inventor who is faced with his own frustration. He is experiencing a block and is unable to formulate any of his ideas any more. Only through the inspiration of the powerful element of […]

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Faith47 “better than Banksy” – Director – Dane Dodds releases collaborative film – Landfill Meditation

Faith47 “better than Banksy” – Director – Dane Dodds releases collaborative film – Landfill Meditation

[ 0 ] October 1, 2015 |

This just in… Huffington Post recently called Faith47, whose work often has a very spiritual and supernal feel, “better than Banksy”. No offence to the journos at Huffington Post or Faith47 but I don’t think they understand art – Banksy is Banksy there’ll be no other Banksy he’s a pioneer like no other, non the less […]

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Kimathi Mafafo, South African Fine Artist, aspires to global reach!

Kimathi Mafafo, South African Fine Artist, aspires to global reach!

[ 0 ] July 10, 2015 |

Re-inspiring hope and power in black women… Kimathi Mafafo, South African Fine Artist, aspires to a global touch. This young and talented artist has recently had a breakthrough in her career, selling paintings with a domino effect. She is the daughter of Rocky Mafafo (artist) and Nonkala Mafafo (community clothing designer). Her father was her […]

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Atang Tshikare Cape Towns wonder boy…

Atang Tshikare Cape Towns wonder boy…

[ 0 ] July 16, 2014 |

  Atang Tshikare cannot be easily defined. His work is a combination of many different art mediums of which an aspect eventually culminates into canvas fine art. He takes part influence from his dad, a prolific South African journalist and artist as well South African born Nikhil Singh, and the great American contemporary artist Jean […]

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Gavin Rain – A fine artist with a point of view.

Gavin Rain – A fine artist with a point of view.

[ 0 ] June 19, 2014 |

  Gavin Rain reads between the lines of society and, with the use of celebrity/societal icons, manifests a subtle point of view for the onlooker, allowing the imagination to delve into a world within a world. You will get the whole picture and sometimes only the subtext of his mathematical work. Nonetheless, the work of […]

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Kilmany Jo Liversage – Provocative & sexy but playful – Fine Artist

Kilmany Jo Liversage – Provocative & sexy but playful – Fine Artist

[ 0 ] May 1, 2014 |

  Kilmany Jo Liversage studied fine art in Bloemfontein South Africa. She is now a Cape Town based fine artist. With massive graffiti influence, she “tags” each one of her canvas works, which holds a significantly higher monetary value than tagging a street wall. One of her graffiti heroine’s is the infamous Faith 47. Kilmany’s […]

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Dion Cupido – Fine Artist

Dion Cupido – Fine Artist

[ 0 ] May 1, 2014 |

Dion Cupido, a mixed material fine artist, hails from the streets of Michells Plain, Cape Town, where he would graffiti the walls for no return. He has certainly come a long way; Cupido’s art has captured the attention of prolific American recording artist and actress Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter. This makes complete sense as his work […]

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