The acclaimed documentary feature Freedom Square and Back of the Moon, directed by Academy Award® Nominee Angus Gibson and celebrated artist and filmmaker William Kentridge, was recently screened at the world-renowned Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Freedom Square and Back of the Moon (1986) focuses
Joburg Theatre, in partnership with Keeloz Global Entertainment, will be restaging the internationally acclaimed Broadway hit musical Sarafina!. Directed by Nhlanhla Ngema and starring Noxolo Dlamini as Sarafina, it will be staged from 19 July to 11 August 2019 at the Joburg Theatre’s Mandela Stage.
An in-depth exploration of a sense of otherness – identified through multiple and differing perspectives on history and heritage – sets the tone of Absa Gallery’s Our contemporary needs and the other exhibition, which runs from 23 June to 19 July 2019. History and heritage
South Africa’s 25 young years as a constitutional democracy is the subject of the South African Mint Company’s (SA Mint) ‘SA25 – Celebrating South Africa’ coin series, which commemorate the rights and freedoms espoused by South Africa’s Constitution. The SA Mint is a wholly owned
2018 was a very special year in theatre for South Africa, with a host of world class productions being nominated for the awards. Outstanding talent and excellence in theatre are the watchwords for the Naledi Theatre Awards. As the theatre landscape diversifies and matures to
DITSONG: Museums of South Africa’s vast collections at its various museums offer an exciting way to celebrate Africa Month this May. Africa Day celebrates the establishment of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) on 25 May 1963. The objectives of the OAU included the celebration
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 a fitting tribute to mark the 25th anniversary of South Africa’s first democratic elections. The
Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine Working on Creative Feel this month, with pages full of music and musical success stories, I strongly felt the power of music once again, and as William Shakespeare told us, we just play on. Play on
Being named the overall winner in the 2016 Absa L’Atelier art competition didn’t only change Nourhan Maayouf’s life as an artist, it provided part of the inspiration for the young Egyptian photographer’s upcoming solo exhibition at the Absa Gallery, The Sea is Closed: Shallow Water.
Winner: Giovanni Zambri Runner-up: Anton van Reenen Giovanni Zambri’s concept bicycle aims to benefit the user by encouraging psychological wellbeing and promoting physical health. The piece shows that cement can be enjoyed while also making a bold statement with minimal visual cues. The
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
Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. This month I wanted to introduce the Burmese human rights lawyer Robert Sann Aung but considering the disastrous election results of the German general election, I decided differently. Thirteen