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Empowering the creative economy

Empowering the creative economy

The Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) is committed to optimising the creative industries’ impact on social and economic growth and has implemented many programmes since the advent of democracy

Brett Bailey’s <i>Samson</i>

Brett Bailey’s Samson

Third World Bunfight’s newest production, Samson, is a sensuous, poetic and thought-provoking dance-music-theatre piece set in a dystopian contemporary context of political extremism, inequality, human displacement and violence. Creative Feel

The Sculpture of Edoardo Villa

The Sculpture of Edoardo Villa

Seldom does the public have the opportunity to explore and appreciate a curated display of the works of a single artist from a seminal private collection. Keyes Art Mile is

20 years of DITSONG

20 years of DITSONG

2019 marks 20 years since DITSONG: Museums of South Africa was first formed as the Northern Flagship Institution (NFI). Since the amalgamation, the museums have strengthened and grown their collections

The 6th SAJE Jazz Festival

The 6th SAJE Jazz Festival

The sixth SAJE Jazz Festival is a three-day event that brings the best South African and international talent in the jazz world to two fabulous venues during Jazz Appreciation Month

Kubrick’s right-hand man

Kubrick’s right-hand man

This year’s RapidLion Film Festival was a feast for filmmakers, students and general film lovers, but one of the most special opportunities the Festival provided was three masterclasses with film

Catching up with: Antony Sher

Catching up with: Antony Sher

Ten years ago, Sir Antony Sher, KBE returned to South Africa to join up with Dr John Kani, Janice Honeyman and Mannie Manim for the celebrated ‘African’ production of The

Catching up with…

Catching up with…

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine Simply one of the best aspects of my job is to be able to interview someone I admire, someone
The Fugard Theatre

The Fugard Theatre

The Cape Town-based theatre is perhaps the most fitting place to host the African premiere of John Kani’s new play: Kunene and the King. This moving and funny two-hander provides

Rolex and cinema through the years

Rolex and cinema through the years

Masters in the art of watchmaking, Rolex is also inextricably linked to the world of cinema. With the nominees of the 91st Academy Awards® recently announced, Creative Feel takes a

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