Design Indaba Expo

When:
Friday March 1 10am to 8pm Saturday March 2 10am to 8pm Sunday March 3 10am to 6pm

Where:
Cape Town International Convention Centre; Cape Town, South Africa Tickets are R70 each and available at the door or from computicket.

Special events on the expo floor
Friday March 1
 
10.30am to noon Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: Decorate a Collar or Cuff. Presented by Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion Design. Ages 8 to 18 free of charge
11.30am Events Arena, Fashion show: August
12.30pm Fashion show: Michelle Ludek
12.30pm to 2pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: Crazy Clay Custom Flash Drive. Presented by Cape Peninsula University of Technology.Ages 8 to 18 free of charge
1pm Events Arena, Fashion show: Sitting Pretty
1.30pm Announcement of Design Indaba Expo 2013 Innovation Award Winner and Most Creative Stand award
2pm Fashion show: .olowsdotter
2.30pm Fashion show: Strato
2.30pm to 4pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand DIY Workshop: Make Your Own Skateboard Graphic. Presented by Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography. Ages 8 to 18 free of charge
3pm Daniel Charny: Director at From Now On & Professor at Kingston University, on "Fixperts"
3.30pm Events Arena Fashion show: Rosenwerth
4pm Fashion show: MaXhosa by Laduma
4.30pm to 6pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand,DIY Workshop: Turn Paper into Jewellery. Presented by Stellenbosch University's Visual Arts and Jewellery department. Ages 8 to 18 free of charge
6pm to 8pm Events Arena, DStv "So Much More" Entertainment: Music by AKA and Moneoa

Saturday March 2
10.30am Events Arena, Pecha Kuchas: Wael Morcos, Bland Hoke and Howard Chambers
10.30am to 12pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: Create a Flying Wind Sculpture. Presented by Keri Muller, SimpleIntrigue. Ages 8 to 12 R150
11am Fashion show: Shana
11.30am Fashion show: Doreen Southwoood Noon Jane Raphaely, Chairman of Associated Media Publishing on "Jane Raphaely Unedited"
12.30pm Fashion show: Mr and Ms
12.30pm to 2pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: Make a Stop Motion Movie for DStv: Underwater World. Presented by Conduit. Ages 5 to 13 R150
1pm Events Arena, Fashion show: Spilt Milk
2pm Fashion show: Goat
2.30pm Fashion show: Take Care
3pm Triggerfish's Anthony Silverston talks about the making of "Adventures in Zambezia"
3pm to 4.30pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: What Animal are You? Presented by Woodhead's. Ages 4 to 16 R150
3.30pm Events Arena, Fashion show: Craig Port
5pm to 7pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: Make a Stop Motion Movie for DStv: Deep Space. Presented by Conduit. Ages 5 to 13 R150
6pm to 8pm Events Arena, DStv 'So Much More' Show: Music by Gazelle and Project Lindela

Sunday March 3
10.30am to 12.30pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: Make a Stop Motion Movie for DStv: Underwater World. Presented by Conduit. Ages 5 to 13 R150
11.30am Events Arena Pecha Kuchas: Joschua Brunn, Pieter-Jan Pieters Noon Fashion show: Adam & Eve 12.30pm Fashion show: Adriaan Kuiters
1pm Pecha Kuchas: Marguerite Humeau, Michael Grigoriev
1pm to 2.30pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: What Animal are You? Presented by Woodhead's. Ages 4 to 16 R150
1.30pm Events Arena, Fashion show: Non-European
2pm Fashion show: Margot Molyneux
2.30pm Fashion show: Take Care
3pm Fashion show: Chimpel
3pm to 5pm Design Indaba Youth (DIY) Stand, DIY Workshop: Make a Stop Motion Movie for DStv: Deep Space.Presented by Conduit. Ages 5 to 13 R150
3.30pm Events Arena, Fashion show: Thula Sindi 4pm Announcements: Winner of Most Beautiful Object in South Africa


Design Indaba music circuit
32 Artists. Eight Venues. All in one city. All in three days.

Wednesday February 27 2013 Design Indaba (Delegates only)
5.30pm The Plastics
6.45pm AF.Botz
8pm Lady M

Aces 'n Spades
9pm The Dollfins
10pm Taxi Violence
11.30pm Beast

Thursday February 28  
Design Indaba (Delegates only)

5.30pm Kimon
6.45pm Wild Eastern Arches
8pm Mix n Blend

Jade Lounge
9pm Resident DJ
9.15pm Jam Jarr Midnight Tommy gun

Zula Sound Bar
8pm Joshua Grierson
9pm The Nomadic Orchestra
10.20pm The Brother Moves On
11.30pm Zaki Ibrahim & Mr Sakitumi
1.40am Fletcher & Honey B

Friday March 1
Design Indaba (Delegates only)

5.30pm Mann Friday (Rob Burrell acoustic) 
6.45pm Bilderberg Hotel
8pm Toby2shoes

The Waiting Room
9pm Floyd Lavine
10.10pm Anthea Scholtz
11.20pm Obscure (Belgium)
12.30am Hyphen

The Assembly
9pm 10SUI (UK)
10.10pm Spoek Mthambo
11.30pm Gazelle
1am Haezer
2.10am Niskerone

The Mahogany Room
7pm Hugh Masekela & Larry Willis (USA)

Design Indaba FilmFest
13 premieres. 15 days. One rooftop.

When:
Sunday February 17 to Sunday March 3 2013

Where:
The Bank, 50 Canterbury Street, The Fringe, Cape Town, South Africa. Tickets are R35 at the door or can be bought online at designindaba.com

Schedule:
Doors open at 7.30pm; films are screened at 8.30pm
Friday February 22 Big Easy Express
Saturday February 23 Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
Sunday February 24 Big Easy Express
Monday February 25 Waste Land  
Tuesday February 26 Comic-con: Episode IV- A Fan's Hope
Wednesday February 27 Marian Bantjes, Graphic Artist  
Thursday February 28 Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel  
Friday March 1 International Space Orchestra
Saturday March 2 Marina Abramovíc: The Artist is Present  
Sunday March 3 From Nothing, Something

Design Indaba Conference The best of global creativity. All on one stage.

When: Wednesday February 27 9am to 5pm  Thursday February 28 9am to 5pm Friday March 1 9am to 5pm

Where: CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa

Young Designers Simulcast The best of global creativity. All at one conference. Simulcast across four cities.

When: Wednesday February 27 9am to 5pm Thursday February 28 9am to 5pm Friday March 1 9am to 5pm

Where: CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa UJ Arts Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa The Square Boutique Hotel, Durban, South Africa The Athenaeum's Ford Little Theatre, Port Elizabeth

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