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Design Indaba FILM FEST

By at February 28, 2013 | 5:59 am
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Catch the tail end of the Design Indaba Film Fest – nightly rooftop screenings of must-see documentaries with Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel (February 28); and Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present (March 2). Date: On until March 3 Venue: The Bank, 50 Canterbury Street, Gardens Cost: R35 a ticket For more details and to book click here For full

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Three artists will be exhibiting at Stevenson Cape Town - opening on Thursday 28 February. Stevenson presents Ian Grose’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Grose’s paintings encompass the genres of portraiture, interiors, still life and landscape. Yet his intention is less to represent the subject of the genre than to explore our interpretation of

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"Of all the creative conferences around the world, few have the pull of the Design Indaba. We round up the highlights", reports Mandy Allen. When pioneering American graphic designer Paula Scher takes the stage at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Wednesday morning she’ll be kick-starting the 16th Design Indaba Conference – a three-day creative fest

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Thembalakhe Prospect Shibase interrogates the often stereotypical and homogenized notion of an authentic African culture. Shibase is a multi-talented artist from Kwa-Zulu Natal. His work is inspired by daily life encounters in the city in which he lives and focuses on a variety of issues centered around identity, particularly racial and political, within the context of an

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Angie’s G-spot is a makeshift wasps’ nest of metal, wood and stone that comes complete with a natural jacuzzi - reports Chris du Plessis. Of course it had to come — so to speak — a counterpart to Ronnies Sex Shop: a complementary Klein Karoo pit stop to balance the opposing universal forces on the South African roadside landscape. Enter Angie’s

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There are only two  more Saturday nights to enjoy the Solms-Delta Summer Concert Series, culminating with the Franschhoek Oesfees celebration on 23 March. "We visited the Solms-Delta Wine Estate on the evening of one of their summer concerts, and had a delightful time. Solms-Delta is much more than a wine estate. Located 15km outside the village of Franschhoek in the

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Brandy is the liquor for men aspiring to be heroes, proclaimed Dr Samuel Johnson assigning port to less ambitious guys and claret to boys. But I was reminded recently that fine brandy at its smoothly elegant best, it’s fierceness transmuted into delicately flickering fire, is approachable even by lesser beings - reports Tim James. A heroic income is needed,

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The pick of picnics

By at February 22, 2013 | 7:07 am
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Al fresco eating can be classy and fun — especially when it’s done in style in a cool indigenous forest. Often a picnic is no picnic. It is too often nothing like the comfort and serenity of an outdoor studio as depicted in Édouard Manet’s Le Dejeuner sur L’Herbe. Rather, after schlepping bags and boxes of accoutrement and then propping oneself up awkwardly

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An attempt to restore dignity

By at February 22, 2013 | 5:33 am
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A new exhibition focuses on the rarely mentioned Nazi regime’s persecution of homosexuals, reports Brent Meersman. ‘The pink triangle should not be used … And why do we have pink pages? I don’t see Jews wearing the yellow star of David,” says visiting scholar and sociologist Dr Klaus Mueller of kmlink Consultancy who curated the exhibition "In whom can I

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Following the success of last years ‘Practice in the Park’ which saw an incredible 350 people take part in the outdoor yoga class at Green Point Park, it’s now time for round two.  And the good news is that it raises funds for the Earthchild Project, a non-profit organisation. The fun and inspiring class will be taught by two of Cape Town’s top teachers,

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