Japanese Music Festival blessing Joburg and Cape Town

Japanese Music Festival - Jazz and Japanese Taiko drumming performance Don't miss the magic of Japanese Jazz and Culture South African audiences will get the opportunity to experience two world-class performances during September and October 2016. World-renowned Japanese Jazz trumpeter Terumasa Hino, accompanied by his Quintet and the female Japanese Taiko drumming group Himiko, will stage two combined concerts in Johannesburg

Palaeontological Scientific Trust Exhibition heads to Soweto

The Palaeontological Scientific Trust (PAST) and its key partners move their popular and thought-provoking “All From One” exhibition to the Zindala Zombili African music and dance festival at the Soweto theatre. The exhibition is part of the like-named science-based campaign promoting social cohesion, which was launched in 2015 in partnership with

Technologically living art at WAM

The Wits Art Museum (WAM) is bringing the museums’ vast collection of African art into the 21st century in an interactive exhibition using technology, digital art, music and social media. Activate/Captivate, on until 7 February 2016, showcases Wits University’s rich art collection in an innovative manner befitting these iconic and influential

Caroline Leisegang merges art and music

South Africa’s newest classical composer and artist, Caroline Leisegang celebrates Øyeblikk - A Series of Moments at Circa on Jellicoe in Rosebank. This first of its kind, the installation is an audio-visual experience exploring the relationship between dance, sketch art and music, using visual mapping and animation of sketches done by

21 ICONS Season III: Jolynn Minnaar

Jolynn Minnaar ‒“We have to be active citizens and participate in our democracy. It needs young people’s voices. It needs our participation.” The 21 ICONS short-film will showcase how the young, inquisitive girl from the Karoo became the acclaimed director of the groundbreaking film ‘Unearthed’ that aims to unite South Africans

21 ICONS: Ashley Uys

Ashley Uys has been selected for 21 ICONS South Africa Season III for developing medical products that can detect life-threatening diseases and reduce the high-risk fatality through accurate and timeous diagnosis. His development of a self-testing malaria kit has led to global recognition, as the tests’ reliability and affordability present

Activate exhibition will Captivate you

The latest exhibition at the Wits Arts Museum 'Activate/Captivate' is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. It utilises technology, digital art, music  and social media to bring an exciting collection to the public. The unique WAM university collection of African art has inspired creativity, learning and innovation. It has seen students