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‘Zabalaza Season of the Best, Masambeni!’ at The Baxter

The Baxter’s Zabalaza Season of the Best, Masambeni! will showcase four winning productions in the Golden Arrow Studio this 7 – 18 September 2021. Selected from the main festival held earlier this year, for their powerful themes, writing, performances, directing and overall presentation, the performances

Igama? women's month day play theatre stage production South Africa Slindile Mthembu

Igama? at Vavasati International Women’s Festival

During women’s month, the writer and director of Milked Voice, Slindile Mthembu (2016 Standard Bank Ovation Award Winner), returns with her production Igama? which will be staged at Vavasati International Women’s Festival, presented by The South African State Theatre from 3 – 4 August 2019.

Gabrielle Goliath song South African art artist

Gabrielle Goliath’s This song is for…

South African multimedia artist, gender advocate and now 2019’s Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for Visual Art, Gabrielle Goliath, brings her new work, This song is for… to Johannesburg. Following its successful run at the National Arts Festival in Makhanda, the work moves to

Aspire Art Auctions

Spearheading change in the SA auction market

Aspire Art Auctions brings an exciting mix of fine art to its upcoming show in Cape Town on 25 March at The Avenue, the V&A Waterfront.      Headlining the work on offer at Aspire’s Cape Town auction is a rare Alexis Preller intaglio work

Supporting businesses with the creative sector

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Michelle Constant, CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA).      Business and Arts South Africa is currently working in a diversity of countries in Africa. Of late we have been working with the British Council in Ethiopia. The

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

Literary Landscapes

The Fight for Artistic Freedom and Social Justice

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

Editor's Note

A reflection of social change

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine It is that time of the year again in Johannesburg. It is cold, dark and downtown, yet the visitors still come ‘over the bridge’ to join the Turbine Art Fair in New Town. They

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