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Collaborating beyond politics

Collaborating beyond politics

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Michelle Constant, CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA). The recent launch of dance journalist Adrienne Sichel’s book on contemporary dance Body Politics:

Making a difference through dance

Making a difference through dance

2018 marks 40 years since Moving into Dance (MID) was founded in Sylvia ‘Magogo’ Glasser’s garage as a way to provide dance training to youth in underprivileged communities and equip

The power of art

The power of art

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine In this issue of Creative Feel, we celebrate a special uniqueness of Joburg and the many different developments that are revitalising

Art@First: The Aftermath

Art@First: The Aftermath

From 22 August until 22 September 2018, FirstRand’s Art@First Gallery will show the works of established and emerging artists from August House in an exciting new group exhibition titled The

RMB Turbine Art Fair 2018

RMB Turbine Art Fair 2018

As of July this year, the unique South African art fair that brings together galleries and artists from around the country to present and sell works in the iconic Turbine

A superb night under the stars

A superb night under the stars

RMB Starlight Classics takes place on 2 and 3 March at Vergelegen Wine Estate in Somerset West. This Afro Symphonic tribute to our beautiful country brings together a collection of

An Oasis of Hope and Creativity in Hillbrow

An Oasis of Hope and Creativity in Hillbrow

Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. Hillbrow, a high-rise and densely populated suburb in the inner-city of Johannesburg, is hardly ever likely

The art of wealth

The art of wealth

In light of South African art achieving record results at auctions both locally and internationally, such as the Pierneef that sold for R20 million earlier this year and the Irma

Investing in art

Investing in art

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine South African art has been achieving record results at auctions both locally and internationally, while South African performers have gained great

2017’s Fresh Produce

2017’s Fresh Produce

2017’s Fresh Produce started in 2014 for the second edition of the Turbine Art Fair (TAF). Fresh Produce Presented by RMB Talent Unlocked is a mentorship programme and exhibition that

Youth Artist Leadership Programme Open Call

Youth Artist Leadership Programme Open Call

Open call for Youth Artists Leadership programme applications Once again the internationally acclaimed Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative (FATC) @ Ebhudlweni Arts Center in Mpumalanga invites inspired & talented individuals within

Hugh Masekela – A Lucky Man

Hugh Masekela – A Lucky Man

Celebrating Hugh Masekela’s participation in Rand Merchant Bank Starlight Classics. The sheer force behind Hugh Masekela’s eyes incidentally reveal the passion that is his driving source – or ‘obsession,’ as he

Creative Icon: William Kentridge

Creative Icon: William Kentridge

William Kentridge is not only known for his distinct charcoal drawings and prints, but also for his unique animated films, his theatre work with the Handspring Puppet Company, his tapestry

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