Win tickets to Design Indaba 2014

Cape Town and Johannesburg is gearing up for Design Indaba 2014 taking place from February 28 – March 2.

Evolving beyond its flagship event, the Design Indaba institution has become a multidisciplinary platform that champions all of the creative sectors. Established in 1995 with its flagship conference, the annual Design Indaba festival now includes the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba ConferenceSimulcastExpoFilmFest and Music Circuit. In addition to these Design Indaba plays host to an array of community initiatives, training workshops, design projects and publications that fall under the Do Tank brand.

The conference will feature the best of the world’s creativity including Stefan Sagmeister, Thomas Heatherwick, Naoto Fukasawa, Henrik Vibskov, Lauren Beukes, Zanele Muholi among others.

Design Indaba and the Mail & Guardian are giving away five double tickets to the Expofive double tickets to the FilmFest and three general admission tickets to the Music Circuit.

To enter, send an email to [email protected] with the following information:

1.      Your first Name

2.      Surname

3.      Valid South African contact number

4.      Valid email address

5.      The answer this to question: What is the motto of Design Indaba 2014?

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday, February 23. The winner will be notified via telephone.

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