• Century City Arts Foundation

    The Century City Arts Trail comprises 25 art, scientific, technological and outdoor exhibits, commissioned by the Century City Arts Foundation and various corporate citizens of Century City and executed by community-based and other artists. ENTRANCE FREE

  • State of the Art Gallery

    StateoftheART is a boutique gallery and online platform showcasing an exciting and diverse selection of affordable contemporary fine art by artists from across South Africa. Top tip: ask to view the large inventory of work in the gallery Stockroom – this is a not-to-be-missed destination for art lovers., online platform, contemporary art, fine art, artists, South

  • Taunina

    Celebrated for its iconic hand-embroidered teddy bears, Taunina is a luxury atelier synonymous with timeless artistry and social upliftment. Based in South Africa, the company employs women from disadvantaged communities to craft its one-of-a-kind heirlooms. Each creation is unique, designed and embellished by a single artist over a period of four to seven days.  The rare beauty of a Taunina collection piece lies in the opportunity it affords a woman in need to use her traditional artistry and cultural heritage to provide for her family and be recognised for her exceptional artistic skill. Taunina signature teddy bears have become coveted collectors’ items around the world. Each creation is a work of art, a talisman to be passed from one generation to the next. It is a gift that changes lives.  The name Taunina is an anagram of the Sotho word ’tau’, meaning ’lion’, and ’NINA’, an acronym for ’No Income, No Assets’. Taunina gives women who were once without income and assets the power to become lions of their own destinies.

  • Selah

    Our physical space is located at the Woodstock Foundry (160 Albert Road) in Cape Town, South Africa. We stock a carefully curated selection of once-off pieces, books, stationary, writing implements and art. We also accept commissions for murals and installations.

  • Mogalakwena Craft Art

    This special little double storey gallery owned by Elbe Coetzee, anthropologist and author of Craft Art in South Africa opened in 2008. Elbe is the owner and founder of the Mogalakwena Craft Village in Limpopo where she works with a team of embroiderers, beaders, weavers and sculptors. The work of these artists is on display together with specialist exhibitions very often focused on the work of women. The gallery is part of the Mogalakwena Craft Art Development Foundation, which works towards economic upliftment to a variety of communities. The 2nd floor is dedicated to works created by craft artists of the foundation.

  • Montebello Design Centre

    See the work of local artists and crafters or relax over a good meal in tranquil surroundings at Montebello. It’s a non-profit organisation dedicated to job creation and good local design. Many artists have studios here so you may just catch them at work Studios & Shops: Montebello Craft Shop, Gardener’s Cottage Restaurant, Greenhouse Nursery, Beloved Beadwork: fine beaded jewellery, John Bauer ceramicist, Beadmakers Guild makes beads for other creative people, African Ethos: African musical instruments, Aspirations Media: broadcast design & motion graphics, Lesley Charnock’s Gallery, Studio, Art School, Ikwezi Art: contemporary African art, Aaron Bakana: garden furniture and fencing, David Krut Projects: fine art & books, D Desks: collaborative design space including M&W Innovative Studio & I:AM Ventures, Prism: human design project, Webfactory: web design & development, Mogalakwena Craft Art: traditional handcraft & contemporary design, Right Mukore: sculpture Butterfly Studio: art classes & workshops exploring the healing nature of arts, Tintiloux: artisanal bodycare products, FlavourUnion: handcrafted food products, Farm Kitchen Table: designing lifestyle from farm to table, Nude Foods: innovative plastic free groceries, Brew Kombucha:Naturally fermented organic rooibos iced tea. Classes offered

  • The Cape Gallery

    The Cape Gallery seeks to expose fine art that is rooted in the South African tradition, work which carries the unique cultural stamp of our continent. Rotating exhibitions add to the diverse and often eclectic mix of work on show.