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The music and motivation of Karendra Devroop

The music and motivation of Karendra Devroop

This March sees the return of RMB Starlight Classics which features, among many others, musician, researcher, and South African Music Outreach Project founder, Professor Karendra Devroop. Creative Feel caught up

Thank you to a champion of the arts

Thank you to a champion of the arts

After ten years as the CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA), Michelle Constant will be pursuing other interests as of 1 March 2019. Her tenure has seen BASA

Going back to go forward

Going back to go forward

2019 marks 20 years of Vuyani Dance Theatre (VDT), which will be celebrated through the campaign #Vuyani20. VDT is the only full-time, black-founded dance and theatre institution and company to

1-54 Marrakech

1-54 Marrakech

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, the leading international art fair dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora, has announced the programme of special projects for its second Marrakech

DITSONG: Museums of South Africa

DITSONG: Museums of South Africa

Teacher, lecturer, political activist, family man and humble pragmatist. These are the traits of Robert Sobukwe as he is shown at an exhibition currently underway at DITSONG: National Museum of

Zen in art

Zen in art

First launched publicly at the Turbine Art Fair 2018 in Johannesburg as The Immortal Nekkies, John-Michael Metelerkamp’s Nekkies will be exhibited with Candice Berman Fine Art Gallery at the Investec

The Mousetrap

The Mousetrap

Agatha Christie’s best-loved murder whodunnit, The Mousetrap, a classic tale of mystery, drama and crime, returns to The Pieter Toerien Theatre at Montecasino from 24 January to 3 March 2019.

Encore: Ruarc Peffers

Encore: Ruarc Peffers

Ruarc Peffers is the MD of Aspire Art Auctions. He graduated with a BA (Fine Art) from Michaelis, UCT, after which he started working in the art auction industry under

Justus Frantz

Justus Frantz

Not only is the music back in Johannesburg as Bongani Tembe, chief executive and artistic director of the Johannesburg and KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestras, promised, but there is also a flourishing