Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. Access to the arts for young people in South Africa has grown significantly over the past decade.
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,
There is increasing research that supports the argument that the creative and cultural industries are adding significantly to GDP growth, employment and social cohesion both nationally and around the world.
The South African Cultural Observatory will host its third annual national conference in Nelson Mandela Bay in March 2018. The impact of new technologies and the restructuring of popular culture
The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) invites all local and international academics; industry professionals and practitioners; public managers and intellectuals; researchers and consultants; private sector sponsors and practitioners; NGOs, organisations
#CreativeUprising, the 5th ACT | UJ Creative Conference will engage with South African Art Education in its current state and possible future. This iteration of the conference is about unlearning
There are a number of core trends and burning issues influencing the global and South African creative economy – some of which were explored at the second South African Cultural
The second South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) National Conference, which takes place Wednesday and Thursday (24 – 25 May) in Johannesburg, will strengthen the knowledge and capacity of South Africa’s creative economy
The African experience of growing, maintaining and developing a strong cultural and creative economy will be a main focal point at the South African Cultural Observatory’s (SACO) conference this May. The
The ethereal and spunky award-winning actress, Masasa Mbangeni, is the face of the South African Cultural Observatory’s (SACO) May National Conference, which she will host as master of ceremonies (MC). Mbangeni
The Creative Economy & Development – Perspectives from Developed and Emerging Economies. The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) and the Department of Arts & Culture (DAC) are excited to announce
Creatives in Conversations Free series of talks hosted at FADA Gallery at the University of Johannesburg: Bunting Campus. Every session will start promptly at 18:00. 24 February 2016 – Family
The 4th installment of the ACT | UJ Conference, #creativeintesctions – an interactive experience, will take place on 16 and 17 March 2016. The conference, to be hosted at the