September 2014 Diary
Keep up to date with the latest social happenings. From public art and markets to the Homemakers Expo and the Green Building Convention, we've got you covered.
Colourful Port Nolloth Home
The inhospitable Richtersveld coast is home to an extraordinary development that seamlessly melds this arid World Heritage Site with architecture, installation art and the rural community.
Rodney Band Bowls
Woodturning is one of the oldest woodworking techniques in existence, dating as far back as 1300 BC. These days, although still functional, items created through woodturning have taken on a more ornamental function.
Picks Of The Week
Whimsical and quirky is the order of the day with colourful felt hats, driveless sleeper cars and clever optical illusions all making their way into this week's top picks.
Stellenbosch Winelands Villa
On a hill, surrounded by Stellenbosch’s mountains and vineyards, is a farmhouse with a big garden. Here, owner Heather Arnold gets her hands dirty, but also spends time inside creating stories with old pictures, velvet ribbon and books.
5 Artists To Watch | Soweto Art Week
With the first Soweto Art Week kicking off on 24 September 2014, we asked curator and founding director, Lunga Khumalo to share who he thinks you should keep an eye out for during the course of the event.