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The vibrancy of the arts

The vibrancy of the arts

Tammy Greer is a writer and Creative Feel’s recently appointed Editor. Welcome to our July issue! It’s hard to believe that we are already entering the second half of 2019.

The art of staying still

The art of staying still

Creativity @ Work is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. Jake Singer is always busy with something. When the Johannesburg-based sculptor and multimedia artist’s not

The vibrancy of <span style="color: #33cccc;">colour</span>

The vibrancy of colour

Olivié Keck’s vibrant artworks are as appealing to the eye as they are thought-provoking. Her most recent exhibition, Drop Dead Gorgeous, was accompanied by the Virtual Reality experience Ophelia Forever.

RMB Turbine Art Fair 2019

RMB Turbine Art Fair 2019

The seventh edition of the RMB Turbine Art Fair (RMB TAF) is coming up next month, and will be the most substantial Fair yet. Since its inception in 2013, RMB

Zen in art

Zen in art

First launched publicly at the Turbine Art Fair 2018 in Johannesburg as The Immortal Nekkies, John-Michael Metelerkamp’s Nekkies will be exhibited with Candice Berman Fine Art Gallery at the Investec

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

Creative Feel’s Photobooth

Creative Feel’s Photobooth

The Creative Feel Photobooth was created as a space to have fun and interact with our team and friends at events, while making you look like the latest artist on

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

A reflection of social change

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

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