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Reflections

  Four photographers, Alexia Webster, Jabulani Dhlamini, Pierre Crocquet de Rosemond and Mauro Vombe, all chosen by David Goldblatt, will exhibit their work at the Gerard Sekoto Gallery of the Alliance Française. The exhibition, which is a reflection of David Goldblatt’s socially engaged work, opens

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SA Contemporary Jewellery Awards Exhibition 2018 Winners Announced

FADA gallery, Creative Feel and the Contemporary Jewellery Forum congratulate Joani Groenewald, the winner of the inaugural SA Contemporary Jewellery Awards. She received the coveted award for her jewellery pieces titled, Envy, Hopelessly hopeless and Sloth. The runner-up prize was awarded to Mariam Bibi Khan

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The Contemporary Jewellery Forum

The Contemporary Jewellery Forum (CJF) seminar, the first platform of its kind in Africa, provides a space for reflective dialogue and the development of discourse around the unique South African variant of art or contemporary jewellery design. The bi-annual forum engages key academics and stakeholders

Editor's Note

A homage to Berlin

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine ‘Berlin, the greatest cultural extravaganza that one could imagine.’ This quote could have summed up the recent Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Weekend, whose eighth cycle was held in Berlin during February, but it was actually

Justin Dingwall

Fly By Night

Fly By Night, the latest solo exhibition by acclaimed photographer Justin Dingwall, was shown in its entirety for the first time recently. With this body of work, Dingwall continues his investigation into the depiction of beauty in difference while focusing specifically on xenophobia, diaspora and

Encore: Diane Rossi

Encore: Diane Rossi

Diane Rossi is passionate about all the arts. She completed her Master’s degree in Theatre Studies at UKZN and then worked for the Loft Theatre Company and Nicholas Ellenbogen. She subsequently taught at numerous tertiary institutions in South Africa and the US. Her passion, however, has

Santiago or arriving at the very end of the rainbow

Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. A warm evening on a balcony on the 24th floor of one of Santiago’s modern high rise buildings that spread across the city: epitomes of the economic success that

Johannesburg’s theatres define the soul of the city

Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. With a growing circuit of independent theatre venues and newer arts festivals popping up in some of the most unusual places in Johannesburg, the city is proving that it is alive and

Remembering a musical icon

From 3 to 6 May 2018, Joburg City Theatres will honour the life of Hugh Masekela and his contributions to musical theatre in a celebration concert.      A lot is known about South African music legend Hugh Masekela, but less is known of his

Dave Mann

Bring art home

The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. Why do we keep art in our homes? What does it mean to have a framed print, a painting, or a sculptural work in place of stock canvases

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Beverley Price’s raw enamel necklace

Beverley Price, who was the guest speaker at the awards ceremony and opening of the South African Contemporary Jewellery Awards Exhibition recently, created this beautiful piece using wood, raw enamel, anodised aluminium, nuts and bolts, foiled images, silver chenier (tube).      For this work,

Casta Diva

Art, beauty & cuisine

Nestled on the northern slopes of the Magaliesberg, you will find not only a true gem among the boutique hotels in Gauteng, but also an avid admirer and supporter of the arts.      Casta Diva Boutique Hotel accommodates their guests in the lap of

Spectrum of Life

‘Paint talks, if you allow it,’ says artist Elsa Duault as she discusses her upcoming exhibition Spectrum of Life at Berman Contemporary with Lucinda Jolly.      Artist Elsa Duault crouches barefoot on the floor, pouring bright pigments onto a large stretch of paper like

Aspire

The Contemporary and the Millennial

The market for contemporary art globally is growing. The traditional strength of the art market in South Africa has been in historic and modern painting and sculpture, roughly from the late 19th century through the first half of the 20th century.      Established markets

Artscape

Creating a culture of excellence

Between Table Mountain and Table Bay, the City of Cape Town boasts a cosmopolitan mix of historic and modern landmarks. One of these is Artscape Theatre Centre on the Foreshore, home to the Artscape performing arts company.      Established 40 years ago as the

UJ Arts & Culture’s #METAMORPHOSIS

Drawing inspiration from the theme of #METAMORPHOSIS has seen UJ Arts & Culture plan to change more than its content. The 2018 programme features two new festivals as well as new partnerships that will increase opportunities for the university community, creative industries and the public

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