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Standard Bank

Standard Bank’s New Acquisitions

New Acquisitions: Standard Bank Corporate Collection is currently on at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg, and runs until 14 December 2017. The exhibition includes works par excellence by some

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Tsoku Maela’s “The Anointing”

Tsoku Maela, The Anointing A Cape Town-based photographer, director and writer from Limpopo, Tsoku Maela found his path in life after a perplexing medical emergency in 2014 which inspired him

Stompie Selibe

Visual Jamming

As both a visual artist and musician, Daniel ‘Stompie’ Selibe uses improvisation, experimentation and discovery. In anticipation of his upcoming exhibition, Sound of Silence, at Candice Berman gallery, Creative Feel

Casta Diva

Art, Beauty and Cuisine

Nestled on the northern slopes of the Magaliesberg, you will find not only a gem amongst guest houses in Gauteng but also an avid admirer and supporter of the arts.

SAJE

5th SAJE Jazz Festival

The 5th SAJE Jazz Festival takes place from 28 to 30 April 2017 in Cape Town. International Jazz Day will be celebrated on Sunday 30 April and is the culmination of Jazz

Rhino Disharmony

Rhino Disharmony

This April, artists will once again unite to raise awareness about rhino poaching in Africa with the Rhino Disharmony concert. The Rhino Disharmony movement aims to create one global voice against

Benjamin Jephta

A Musical Collage

Creative Feel caught up with 2017 Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz, Benjamin Jephta, about what he’s been up to since his win at the end of 2016, and his

Rise Up and Make Art

The power of the L’Atelier art competition to open doors for young, emerging artists and provide them with a platform to share their art with the world, is highlighted in

Zoe Modiga

Yellow: The Novel

Zoe Modiga’s fans have been begging and she’s answered – this jazz and soul princess is launching her eagerly awaited album Yellow: The Novel on Friday, 24 March at The Fringe at Joburg Theatre. The

Absa

Between a Life and its Dream

An inside look into life in the ghettos of Ghana and a glimpse at the themes that typify these places, is what visitors to the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg can

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