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William Kentridge in conversation with Kim Berman

For the closing of the exhibition Artist Proof Studio: A Journey in Co-creation, Artist Proof Studio (APS) and Visual Identities in Art and Design (VIAD) at the University of Johannesburg’s Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture are honoured to host a conversation and reception for

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Sue Pam-Grant is present

The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. On a busy Saturday morning, theatre-maker, writer, and visual artist Sue Pam-Grant is inside her studio, quietly working away as she does most mornings. Outside, cars and trucks struggle up

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The Centre for the Less Good Idea Season 5

The Centre for the Less Good Idea announces a spectacular Season of work co-curated by Phala O. Phala and David April. The Centre for the Less Good Idea is excited to announce a collection of outstanding collaborative and interdisciplinary works for Season 5 scheduled to
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Live-stream performance: Art and tech

The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. Earlier this year, I enjoyed the strange experience of watching a live theatrical performance play out from multiple angles and perspectives just a metre or two away from

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FOR ONCE programme at The Centre for the Less Good Idea

November’s FOR ONCE programme at The Centre for the Less Good Idea presents a double bill of newly developed exceptional contemporary dance explorations. For Once | Xolisile Bongwana, Teresa Phuti and Javier Velázquez Cabrero 15 November  | 19:00 R100 / ticket Booking online is essential

True grit: Art powers Joburg’s unique urban transformation

The uniqueness of Joburg’s inner city lies in the vibrant artistic spaces that can be found scattered across the often rough and chaotic metropolis. There are many current and planned developments that are revitalising the City; dirty, neglected areas and no-go zones are being transformed

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Splitbeam’s long-term technical reinforcement is a good idea

Gearhouse Splitbeam has undertaken to support the arts, and theatre, by making sure that ‘this generation of South Africans as well as those to come, have world-class theatre on their doorstep’ according to Director, Alistair Kilbee. This ethos is what prompted their involvement with an

Chris Soal

Chris Soal, Orbits Of Relating

“We think we are liberated by individualism, but in reality we’ve given up so much power. People are so caught up in the nuances of their own personal realm that they’ve lost real civic relationships with one another. We’ve lost that collective power.” – Andrea

Rolex

Celebrating mentorship

Following a year of collaboration, the eighth cycle of the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative culminated in an inspiring showcase of exceptional art at the Arts Weekend held in Berlin in February. This remarkable promotion of artistic creativity seeks to nurture the talent of

The African Man takes centre stage at Keyes Art Mile

The 2018 season of Art & Design Saturdays will kick off at Keyes Art Mile on Saturday 10 March with a dynamic programme that explores the evolving style and representation of the African Man through art and design.      In partnership with Merchants on

Dance Umbrella

Dance Umbrella: 30 Years On

Dance Umbrella 2018 will take place from 6 to 18 March 2018 at various venues across Johannesburg, celebrating 30 years of new contemporary choreography and dance.      One of the most celebrated events on the Johannesburg calendar, Dance Umbrella 2018 presents a line-up of

Goodman Gallery

William Kentridge: That Which We Do Not Remember

That Which We Do Not Remember marks the year-end at Goodman Gallery Cape Town. This solo exhibition presents major new work by William Kentridge, spanning two recent opera productions, Lulu and Wozzeck, and several projects in between. That Which We Do Not Remember exhibits at Goodman

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FNB JoburgArtFair 2017: Details of Tenth Edition Announced

As the oldest art fair in Africa, the annual FNB JoburgArtFair will return to Johannesburg’s Sandton Convention Centre for its tenth edition, from 8 – 10 September 2017. The Fair will feature over 60 exhibitions within five categories, including Contemporary and Modern Art, Solo Presentations,

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Looking Back / Looking Forward

[button color=”” size=”” type=”” target=”” link=”http://creativefeel.co.za/2017/08/encore-mandla-sibeko/”]Have a look at Creative Feel’s interview with Manda Sibeko here[/button] We welcome you to our tenth annual FNB JoburgArtFair. A landmark year for us, we are excited to celebrate and share with you the depth and breadth of artistic talent

The Centre for the Less Good Idea: Season 1

The Centre for the Less Good Idea launches with a season of outstanding collaborative work created by more than 60 Johannesburg-based multi-disciplinary practitioners. Founded by William Kentridge in November 2016, the name derives in part from a Twana proverb: ‘If the good doctor can’t cure

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