This June sees the launch of visual artist Pauline Gutter’s solo exhibition on the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Moving Cube platform. Titled PRIMORDIAL, the exhibition grapples with the universal themes
Cape Town’s Baxter Theatre has announced that it will be postponing two of its new shows to January 2022 as a result of increasing Covid-19 cases in the country. The
Gabi Ngcobo has been officially appointed as Curatorial Director at the Javett Art Centre at the University of Pretoria (Javett-UP). In 2019, Ngcobo curated All in a Day’s Eye: The
The Centre for the Less Good Idea’s SO Academy, in collaboration with the UNITA program and Scenography Today has an opportunity for 12 artists from across creative disciplines interested in
The theatre on the Square is an acknowledged, well-loved, and unique Johannesburg theatre. Housed in the Nelson Mandela Square at Sandton City, the theatre has, over nearly three decades, garnered
Kaya Mazule chats to Zenande Mtati, a Joburg-based, self-taught visual artist. Born and raised in East London, his love for art was evident from a young age.
The eye-opening interprovincial show ‘Iyeza’ caters to a range of audiences who are usually left out of mainstream media messaging about the virus and vaccine.
Artist Setlamorago Mashilo delves into the spiritual dimensions of land ownership and connection in South Africa in his recent exhibition.
Joburg Ballet has scheduled five events for the company’s studios at the Joburg Theatre on the weekend of 19 and 20 June, offering audiences and company supporters the opportunity to
The Turbine Art Fair (TAF) has announced that the 2021 edition of the art fair will be a hybrid virtual and physical event taking place in September. The physical iteration
This winter the UJ Art Gallery touches the soil with Pauline Gutter’s new exhibition titled PRIMORDIAL hosted from 9 June to 21 July 2021. Having lived on Free State farms for
Caswell Lengoabala chats to Durban filmmaker Mel Mthembu about his new film, the untapped potential of filmmaking in SA & how Covid-19 has affected his process.
WATCH Ntshadi Mofokeng in conversation with Boitumelo Mofokeng on Nakhane’s “Sounds From Africa” performance, sparking conversation & healing across generations.
Entries are now officially open for the annual Sasol New Signatures Art Competition 2021. Being the longest-running competition of its kind in South Africa, Sasol New Signatures has become a
‘We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there is
Through a deep-dive into the dreamy world of visual artist Norman O’Flynn’s ‘Interior of Perfection’, Kgalalelo Gaitate reflects on life under lockdown, and the absurdity of the world we live in.
‘Morapedi: One Who Prays’ is a solo exhibition by Lerato Lodi that draws parallels between the surreal experiences within African spirituality and Christianity.
The Outstanding Museum Practices Award recognises modern and contemporary art museums and collections who have developed new models of working during the global pandemic. In November 2019, the International Committee
The group exhibition’s inventive curation shows the connection between artists despite Covid-19 lockdown isolation, and turns artists into co-collaborators.
UPDATE: This article has been edited to reflect a change in the concert’s line-up. The DITSONG Museums of South Africa in collaboration with Concerts SA brings an exciting musical line
As part of the At Home with the JPO series, the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra presents The Carnival of the Animals, composed by Camille Saint-Saëns. The performance was recorded at the
The world premiere of a new play based on Ronnie Kasrils’ The Unlikely Secret Agent is to be staged at The Drama Factory this June. 1963, South Africa. The country
Zenhlanhla Myeni considers the rising success of fashion designer Thebe Magugu, his inspiration and the future of young black creatives in Africa.
In celebration of 22 years of uniquely Afro Symphonic music, RMB Starlight Classics invites audiences to enjoy a curated selection of their favourite performances by local and international artists through
Desire Marea Nezimakade, a virtual concert of Desire Marea’s self-titled album, was a spiritual experience that melted the boundaries of social isolation and the Covid-19 lockdown.
Lebogang Chauke writes about the expansiveness of blackness and queerness captured by visual activist Zanele Muholi’s vast body of work.