1.8.2019 11:11 am
With one of the largest art collections in Africa, the Johannesburg Art Gallery is one of the country’s best art museums.
If you’ve never experienced the thrill of a bus train with Rea Vaya, you’re missing out. Even more so that it’s the perfect way to travel to places like the Johannesburg Art Gallery (Jag).
In many ways it is a miracle Rembrandt’s brooding painting has survived the last three and a half centuries to be restored at all.
This year the world-renowned Lexington Singers from Kentucky will be sharing the stage with local choirs.
Audiences will have the opportunity to gain insight into the many interesting projects at the fair.
The artist believes that art is something we all do in some form every day.
A blend of sadness and comedy, Family Secrets is really about life.
The painting is said to date from 1606 when the artist was on the run from the death penalty
The seventh edition of the winter sculpture fair saw a crowd of 5 000 visitors descend upon the park.
The festival has put together a programme that is energetic, vibrant, cutting-edge, thought-provoking and thoroughly entertaining.
The Momentum Theatre at the State Theatre will be named in honour of Sibusiso Khwinana.
The award-winning designer takes time out to discuss his latest venture.
Hilariously witty and sometimes deeply moving, the productions is as tasty and comforting as a big bowl of pasta.
A key project is the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival, which is a one-of-a-kind programme for jazz musicians.
The comedian is celebrating his 60th birthday with a brand new one-man show.