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Literary Landscapes Indra Wussow Marian Hester Burning threshold 1

A winter tale

Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. Winter on the island of Sylt can be a lonely affair. A far cry from the loud beaches of summer, the wanderer at the sea is alone – an almost

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100 years of Bauhaus

In 1919, architect Walter Gropius opened a small school in Weimar, Germany, that soon became a breeding ground for a new aesthetic movement – the first school of modern architecture and design. This year, Germany is marking 100 years since the founding of the Bauhaus

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Art and activism in ‘paradise’

Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. The scorching sun burns the dusty field in front of the Manik Bumi Foundation in Lovina Beach, a suburb of Singaraja in the north of Bali. This barren corner

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Leica honours Jürgen Schadeberg for his lifework

The Leica Camera AG will be honouring Jürgen Schadeberg for his lifework and will become part of the Leica Hall of Fame. The international photographer and moviemaker is known for his images from Nelson Mandela.      To mark this occasion, the new Leica Flagship

Artes Liberales – The freedom of the arts

Literary Landscapes is a monthly column by Indra Wussow, a writer, translator and director of the Sylt Foundation. Legend surrounds the German city of Heidelberg. The town, which is situated on the banks of the Neckar river, is simultaneously celebrated as the epitome of German Romanticism and

UJ Arts & Culture’s #METAMORPHOSIS

Drawing inspiration from the theme of #METAMORPHOSIS has seen UJ Arts & Culture plan to change more than its content. The 2018 programme features two new festivals as well as new partnerships that will increase opportunities for the university community, creative industries and the public

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DriftArt: washed ashore and shaped by nature

Late last year FotoZA, a gallery in the Mall of Rosebank in Johannesburg dedicated to photographic fine art, presented DriftArt by Markus Wörsdörfer – a fascinating exhibition formed from early morning walks on a beautiful tropical beach in Zanzibar.      DriftArt looked at what

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Celebrating 50 years!

The world-famous Drakensberg Boys’ Choir is celebrating its fiftieth year in real style at their school in the beautiful Champagne Valley in the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg mountain range, a World Heritage Site. The Drakensberg Boys’ Choir School had a humble beginning of 20 students when it was

Singleton

The Expressionist

In line with their innovative #MadeOfTaste campaign, The Singleton teamed up with Anthony Bila to host a night of wonder and sensation and, of course, exceptional whisky and whisky cocktails. Creative Feel spoke to Bila about this collaboration and his work as a multi-talented ‘expressionist’.

Cradle of Creativity: a resounding success

The 19th ASSITEJ World Congress & Festival, Cradle of Creativity, has superseded the expectations of ASSITEJ SA, as well as ASSITEJ centres worldwide. The 19th ASSITEJ World Congress and International Theatre Festival for Children and Young People, the Cradle of Creativity, was made possible through

Decoda

Exploring creativity, community and identity through music

An innovative set of partnerships between South African music organisations and the Affiliate Ensemble of Carnegie Hall will bring a series of exciting workshops, performances and residencies to South Africa in June. Decoda is a New York-based chamber collective that is the first Affiliate Ensemble

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