A performer’s costume is a performance on its own. A boring outfit makes an artist work overtime—overcompensating, writes Kgotso Gila.
On 12 August 2017, South Africa’s most loved musicians dazzled thousands of their fans inside the Vista Arena at the South Campus of the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, narrates Mpho Matsitle.
Of what meaning is public art? Can it rearrange people’s interpretations of their spaces? Who stands to gain from the disruption? ART STATE Senior Writer Thato Rossouw files his report on the Public Art Project which was recently held at Hoffman Square as part of Free State Arts Festival
Two things concern artists in Mangaung: a platform to showcase their art and a space to exchange ideas with their peers. Though finding a platform is still a struggle, Creatives’ Corner exists to create a safe environment for peers to share insights. Founder Sphindiwe Sobayeni writes more about it.