Stefanie Jason writes art stories when she’s not rumbling through dusty thrift store stockpiles and gallivanting around the city’s many visual art galleries.
From a powerful prose of a writer to the cancellation of music shows, we look at how the recent attacks have shaken up the arts.
As the launch of the artists at the exhibition shows a lack of black female artists and comes under tight deadlines, we chat to the pavilion curators.
Art lovers can look forward to exploring the art galleries and cultural events of Braamfontein until late, on the first Thursday of every month.
The hip-hopper attacks racism but is mauled in turn for saying black people don’t respect themselves.
The newly appointed director of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival shares his plans and vision for taking the jazz festival forward.
As art education institutions like Funda college and African Art Centre face financial turmoil, another organisation tells us how it has flourished.
Funda college has cultivated generations of black artists. But today it is a shadow of its former proud self, bedevilled by a lack of funding.
Eight days ahead of “Africa’s Grandest Gathering”, the SABC has announced that it will no longer be the media sponsor of the festival.
From performing for the likes of US producer DJ Khaled to beefing with rap collective Boyznbucks back home, the “Mazishe” star chats to M&G Friday.
From a photography exhibition to an art residency, the SA-UK 2014 and 2015 Seasons promises a variety of mouth-watering cultural exchanges.