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Recovering The Past

New York-based performance and video artist Joan Jonas accepted Rolex’s invitation to be a mentor because, she says: ‘I enjoy meeting young artists and am curious about their concerns in

Encore Zoë Modiga

Encore: Zoë Modiga

Zoë Modiga is a singer/songwriter/performer. She has been nominated for two South African Music Awards (SAMAs), for Best African Artist and Best Jazz Album for her debut album Yellow: The

Diverse People Remember Literary Landscapes Sylt Foundation

Diverse People Remember

Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. The Sylt Foundation’s new international long-term project, Diverse People Remember, aims to share approaches

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Orchestrating Legacies

Throughout history, those families with considerable wealth have channelled resources into funding artistic endeavours. The likes of the de’Medici banking family in Italy, American heiress Peggy Guggenheim, British contemporary art

Discover Durban!

Sunny skies, year-round warm days and nights accompanied by fun-filled beach activities, musical concerts, exciting nightlife and adrenaline-filled activities, are a sign that you have finally arrived at one of

Mafizolo

Mafikizolo: two decades of music

For the past 20 years, Mafikizolo have been one of South Africa’s most loved Afro-pop duos, reaching audiences around the world. Nhlanhla Nciza and Theo Kgosinkwe have made major inroads

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The business of art

Every month, the MD of Aspire Art Auctions, Ruarc Peffers, contributes a column on the business of collecting and investing in art. In this inaugural column, he focuses on the

Zoe Modiga

Zoë Modiga: a revelation

Since winning the SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition for Singers in the jazz category in 2015, Zoë Modiga’s career has been on a fast track to the top. Zoë Modiga stole the

Dreams and Muti Magic

Dreams and Muti Magic

Following on from the 2017 exhibition, Dreams, Wishes and Expectations, the Voices of Women Museum, supported by the MTN Foundation, will host a new exhibition entitled Dreams and Muti Magic

Some return to form

The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. It’s that time of year again when a rather large amount of attention

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Remembering two iconic women of song

More than a generation separates Miriam Makeba and Brenda Fassie but today these two women are often mentioned together as South Africa’s greatest black pop stars. Their music was different,

David Goldblatt

On a personal note

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine It is not often that I use my editor’s note for an obituary. But sometimes, like today, I feel that it

Theatre on the Square Daphne Kuhn

A rather special place

Margaret Thatcher famously said that ‘if you want something done, ask a woman’. And when a woman brings all her passion to the task, there is simply no limit to

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The value of women shines through

As Vuyani Dance Theatre (VDT) continues to implement its 2020 Strategic Vision, the company is seeing a significant emergence of female leadership from what has been a predominantly male-run organisation

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Recognition, reward and inspiration

Loeries Creative Week returns to Durban in August, for the fourth consecutive year. The creative festival is the biggest creative gathering in Africa and the Middle East, bringing together the

Performances of memory Onyis Martin

Performances of Memory

Onyis Martin, who won a merit award at the 2016 L’Atelier, will be showing his latest solo show Performances of Memory at the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg from 7 August

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