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Behind the lens with Oluwaseye Olusa

Creative Feel’s vibrant, yellow May cover featuring Nomzamo Mbatha, has been one of our most talked about, with many asking us who took the photograph. Creative Feel sat down with the photographer, Oluwaseye Olusa, to find out a bit more about him.  Creative Feel: Tell us

Yinka Shonibare’s “Ruins Decorated” comes to SA

British-Nigerian artist, Yinka Shonibare, MBE, will return to the African continent for his first solo exhibition in 15 years. Ruins Decorated, a new body of work that sparks a state of charged curiosity, will be on show at the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg from 1 September

The African Man takes centre stage at Keyes Art Mile

The 2018 season of Art & Design Saturdays will kick off at Keyes Art Mile on Saturday 10 March with a dynamic programme that explores the evolving style and representation of the African Man through art and design.      In partnership with Merchants on

Olatunji Sanusi’s multicoloured pieces of paper

Olatunji Sanusi has always been creative. From his days spent crafting superhero belts and small boats out of paper as a boy in Nigeria, to afternoons spent quietly sketching away outside the Union Buildings for Pretoria’s tourists, creativity has always occupied a place in his

Africa Architecture Awards

The inaugural Africa Architecture Awards is noteworthy as the first dedicated Pan-African awards programme of its kind.  Launched by founder Saint-Gobain, the awards aim to recognise and reward worthy projects from across the African continent, with one overall winner garnering a $10 000 grand prize. The 2017 Africa Architecture

Open Book Festival

Play a part in Open Book Festival 2017

The first authors have been announced for the seventh Open Book Festival and you can have the chance to play a part in it. Brought to you by the Book Lounge and The Fugard Theatre, Open Book Festival will be presented from 6 to 10

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The 19th ASSITEJ World Congress & Festival, Cradle of Creativity, has superseded the expectations of ASSITEJ SA, as well as ASSITEJ centres worldwide.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


#SACOConf2017 to identify trends to boost SA’s R90bn creative economy

The second South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) National Conference, which takes place Wednesday and Thursday (24 – 25 May) in Johannesburg, will strengthen the knowledge and capacity of South Africa’s creative economy to unlock higher levels of inclusive growth. Building on last year’s theme of ‘Counting Culture,’

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