The seventh edition of the winter sculpture fair saw a crowd of 5 000 visitors descend upon the park.
The festival has put together a programme that is energetic, vibrant, cutting-edge, thought-provoking and thoroughly entertaining.
The Momentum Theatre at the State Theatre will be named in honour of Sibusiso Khwinana.
The award-winning designer takes time out to discuss his latest venture.
Hilariously witty and sometimes deeply moving, the productions is as tasty and comforting as a big bowl of pasta.
A key project is the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival, which is a one-of-a-kind programme for jazz musicians.

Art & Theatre Delightfully absurd Mark Banks is back

The comedian is celebrating his 60th birthday with a brand new one-man show.

Art & Theatre No surprises at theatre’s biggest awards show, The Tonys

The awards were given out at New York’s prestigious Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night.

Art & Theatre Early Tintin art sells for R16.75 million

The record price was paid for an original drawing used for the first published “Tintin” on Saturday in Dallas.

Art & Theatre Graffiti: A form of beautiful, rebellious art

Taking graffiti from the streets into the museum or gallery setting remains a difficult task.

Art & Theatre Photographer’s exhibition shines a light on vitiligo

The artist hopes his series will lead to a comprehensive understanding of belief systems in Africa and the world over.

Art & Theatre Meet Lihan Pretorius: Naledi Awards judge and rugby referee

When not working as head of the legal and commercial department, the judge takes up the whistle for rugby matches.

Art & Theatre The Color Purple and children’s theatre win big

Crew members work for free at 15th Naledi Theatre Awards, but theatre makers still shine.

Art & Theatre Naledi theatre winners announced

Judges saw nearly 100 productions before announcing the 2019 winners at the Joburg Theatre on Monday night.

Art & Theatre Tunisian potters still passing on ancient knowledge

The pottery, mostly cream-coloured with black and red motifs, was added in 2018 to the prestigious “Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” of UNESCO, the United Nations cultural organisation.

Art & Theatre Art as a treasure hunt

Athi-Patra Ruga, Mary Sibande, Roger Ballen – all have a home in this unique exhibition.

Art & Theatre ArtbankSA looking to buy original SA artworks

The works must be original contemporary South African art.

Art & Theatre KwaZulu-Natal young visual artists’ works on display at KZNSA Gallery

There are numerous educational activities planned throughout the exhibition, including public and schools walkabouts.

Art & Theatre ‘The Comedy Mash-Up’ is your antidote to stress

Boost your endorphins and possibly alleviate some stress at Gold Reef City’s Lyric Theatre.

Art & Theatre Musical retelling of Fees Must Fall returns to State Theatre

The production was written and directed by multi-award-winning playwright and director Aubrey Sekhabi.




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