The IQOQO platform is driven by the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture, Wesgro, the City of Cape Town, the Gauteng Province of Economic Development, eThekwini Municipality, the City of Joburg, the Eastern Cape Development Corporation, Institut Français Afrique du Sud (IFAS) and the Embassy of France in South Africa in partnership with EUNIC, the South African Cultural Observatory, Friends of IFAS, Business France, Agence Française de Développement (AFD), SER and SCAC. This project is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Ambassade de France, and made in collaboration with Breinstorm Brand Architects.
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Tshimologong Deck, Tshimologong Precint, 41 Juta St, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
This event will be held at Fak’ugesi Digital Arts Festival, on 27 Sepetember at 1pm, on the Tshimologong Deck. Meet like-minded industry professionals and stakeholders as we network and discuss how to empower and advocate for women and people of underrepresented gender identities in the business of animation. Snacks and refreshments will be served.
France and South Africa are proud to announce their new cinematographic and audiovisual co-production agreement. The only agreement of this scale between France and the African continent, it will encourage creation of new content and narratives by stimulating co-production between our two countries
Tshimologong Precinct, 41 Juta St, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
Noga Mo Jozi delves into the many possible African urban imaginaries of Johannesburg with the help of AI as an iterative tool for creation. An Exhibition by Dr. Sechaba Maape with Menzi Nolovu, Dirk Coetser & Anita Szentesi.
Ebony Curated, 67 Loop Street, Cape Town
‘Hiatus’, a pause, or interruption in the continuity of daily life, seeks to create an environment where the realisation of self can manifest in moments of reflection. This exhibition features the works of Kimathi Mafafo, Anico Mostert, Boemo Diale, Balekane Legoabe, Yolanda Mazwana, Mathabang ‘Matty’ Monethi, Buqaqawuli Thamani Nobakada, Kamohelo Blessing Rooi, Liam Van Der Heever and Agnes Waruguru. Inviting artists and viewers alike to ponder the fluidity of the self, Hiatus celebrates the richness of individual identity and the capacity to transcend the limitations imposed by a splintered social framework.
Gallery 1, First floor Keyes Art Mile 21 Keyes Avenue Rosebank Johannesburg
‘Bazobuya' is fundamentally an artist mentorship and support programme which culminates in an art exhibition hosted by Occupying the Gallery, an initiative hosted by Mary Sibande and Lawrence Lemaoana. Participating artists: Bongani Ndlovu, Hoek Swaratlhe, Lusanda Ndita, Mlondi Magubane and Ngoma KaMphahlele.
TUT Arts Campus, 24 Du Toit St & Struben Street, Arcadia, Tshwane
In anticipation of the fifth TUT Arts Festival, the Faculty of Arts and Design, Tshwane University of Technology, is a hive of activity. The festival’s theme this year is ARTIVISM. The festival will encompass all facets of the arts, from the design and fine arts to all the performing arts disciplines. This year, the faculty is collaborating with Sport and Recreation Management to "activate" ARTIVISM through an exciting sport and recreation journey.
Tshimologong Precinct, 41 Juta Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, 2017
In a reality asking for more data, more information, more work, and more pressure, we search for #moreflow – paths of least resistance with the most benefit.
Johannesburg Art Gallery, Crn. Klein & King George Street Joubert Park, 2044 Johannesburg
Soil Conversations was launched in 2021 by independent curator Nisha Merit
Johannesburg Art Gallery, Cnr Klein and King George Streets Joubert Park, 2044
Dada Khanyisa, who is the recipient of the 2022 FNB Art Prize, presents an exhibition titled Cape Town at the Johannesburg Art Gallery. It opens on the 26th of August 2023 at 13:00 and closes in February 2024. Currently living in Cape Town, Khanyisa spent their formative years in Johannesburg, visiting institutions such as JAG for inspiration. This sense of ‘homecoming’ is reflected in the exhibition’s meditation on nostalgia, as well as the relationship between place and self-authorship. They return to the City of Gold with an exhibition focused on their experiences since leaving Gauteng. Cape Town acts as a semi-autobiographical notebook of spaces and moments that have shaped them in the Mother City, some of which no longer exist.
Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand
rAge Expo, South Africa’s award-winning go-to mega event for video gaming, technology, esports, geek culture and digital entertainment, has been bringing people together for two decades. It’s the ultimate escapist destination where you can immerse yourself in PC, mobile and console gaming, digital lifestyle gear, edutainment, gadgets, creative arts, robotics, esports, smart home technology, cosplay, virtual reality, locally developed games, show specials, competitions, giveaways and so much more!