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Eventing In The Age Of The New Norm

The Covid-19 pandemic upended the global business landscape in a matter of weeks, with events, conferences and meetings either cancelled or postponed until the latter part of 2020 – at the earliest. However, some meetings or events couldn’t be postponed any longer, and organisers needed a solution that took health and regulatory requirements into consideration. […]Read More

Locked Down With Moshibudi Piet

Moshibudi Piet is a conceptual graphic designer from Limpopo who invests her time into educating clients about the value and importance of brand identity and design especially those from rural Limpopo. See more of her work here. Stay abreast of all things creative @sacreativesRead More

World Class Ballerinas Perform ‘The Swan’ For Covid Relief

32 beautiful and strong women from different walks of life including South Africa’s very own Monike Cristina of Joburg Ballet, came together virtually to speak the common language of dance in an effort to raise funds for fellow dancers who are struggling financially. In a viral compilation video, ballerinas from around the world, including the […]Read More

Recognition Matters!

An in-depth look into the importance and future of industry awards. The glitz and glam of an evening out, sharing a drink with colleagues and industry peers and applauding the winners – this is what comes to mind when we think of award ceremonies. But at the crux of it all, is knowing your work […]Read More Presents Sounds in Solitude

Life has forced us to be silent and listen with new ears. Noisy routines numb the senses obscuring obvious problems or solutions. In solitude the inner voice becomes clearer, freeing pictures, poems and songs from the demand to perform, allowing them to just “Be”. During isolation Andrew Ntshabele and Stompie Selibe produced diverse yet complimentary […]Read More


The move towards virtual, augmented reality and gamification becoming increasingly effective in brand’s storytelling. Our first experiences define us: The first kiss, our first day at school, the first broken arm, baby’s first smile and that first broken heart. Whether bitter or sweet, first experiences are what make us who we are and sets the […]Read More

Ronald Muchatuta Presents ‘Kurarama – To Survive’

Ronald Muchatuta’s solo exhibition ‘Kurarama – To Survive’ which is curated by Ruzy Rusike, was launched on 16 July and runs until 16 August 2020 at The Melrose Gallery. Following on from Ronald’s well received exhibition at the Stellenbosch Triennale and it’s premature closure due to Covid-19, Ronald created this new body of works during […]Read More

Turbine Art Fair’s Stilled Life Initiative

Early in June “Stilled Life” a community photographic platform was launched to give South Africans a place to share their Covid – 19 stories. A place where anyone could send in their photos – not just professionals. “What is so important about this project is our desire, as Turbine Art Fair NPO, to reach out […]Read More

Absa Art Partners With Aspire Art Auctions In Aide Of

Absa Art and Aspire Art Auctions have come together in the fight against COVID-19 to auction 49 pieces of art from 25 talented African artists to bidders. Funds raised will be shared by the 25 artists taking part and will also go toward supporting the broader arts industry. The auction is open to the public, with […]Read More