Collaborations are a key standout feature of festivals, allowing for unique pairings that might not otherwise be seen. The Standard Bank Jazz Festival in Makhanda is one of the few
Meet Peter Mikael Campbell, who came second in the 2018 Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. Where does your passion for art come from?
Switzerland’s ambitious and award-winning sextet featuring some of the top jazz musicians Europe has to offer, heads to South Africa for a whirlwind tour of three cities across the country.
The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. ‘The longing had always been a place to call my own. Now my
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.
The countdown to the 2018 Standard Bank Jazz Festival kicks off with a line-up of leading musicians poised to make it an unforgettable 31st edition at the National Arts Festival
The beautiful and serene Casta Diva Boutique Hotel, nestled on the northern slopes of the Magaliesberg mountain range in Pretoria, is a place to escape the madness of the everyday
The National Arts Festival’s Arena is a special section of the programme reserved for works that have previously won a Standard Bank Ovation Award, a Cape Town Fringe Fresh Award,
SA’s oldest Jazz festival celebrates great legacies with youthful verve. Taking place from 28 June until 7 July, this year’s programme celebrates great jazz legacies with a league of world-class musicians
The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. It’s an early Saturday morning at a coffee shop in Cape Town’s Greenpoint
The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. Taking the time to sit down and put your entire year into perspective
After successful runs at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, 969 Festival and POPart theatre in Joburg, ‘Black’ comes home to Cape Town, 11-17 December 2017, at Alexander Upstairs as
Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine South African women are celebrated during August and without even trying to publish a ‘women’ issue, Creative Feel did just that;
Following critical acclaim at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, Beth Diane Armstrong’s in perpetuum will show at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg from 4 August to 30 September
Versatile and exciting young theatre makers and artists will break new ground and excavate forgotten histories this year in Grahamstown, premiering a number of new works. Featuring new works from
From 10 to 21 May, Soweto audiences will be enthralled by the extraordinarily talented Sello Maake Ka-Ncube in the theatre masterpiece, The House of Truth. ‘A hit with the audiences!’
Between 29 June and 8 July, some of South Africa and the world’s top young and established jazz musicians take to Grahamstown for the Standard Bank Jazz Festival. Neo Muyanga
The world’s arts spotlight will fall once more on Grahamstown as the National Art’s Festival’ presents a ‘window into the soul’ of South Africa’s artists through a varied and exciting
Female artists are taking centre stage at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown this year Featured Female Artists, Lara Foot and 2016’s Standard Bank Young Artist for Theatre, Jade Bowers lead the
Local and international dazzling jazz acts from around the globe: here are some of the highlights that the programme for this year’s Standard Bank Jazz Festival has to offer in Grahamstown.
Under new artistic direction by Mark Hawkins, the 37-year-old Moving into Dance Mophatong (MIDM) is currently in the process of evolving, whilst still discussing social issues through enthralling movement vocabulary and cutting edge choreography.