Head to the mountains for glorious music – it’s White Mountain Festival time!
NOW in its 14th year, the White Mountain Festival will be offering music lovers a chance to enjoy the best acoustic acts in the country, from September 26 to September 29.
Known for its intimate and relaxed atmosphere, the festival is held at White Mountain Lodge in the foothills of Giant’s Castle Nature Reserve. Continue reading
A Lillian Lovebird urn created for ‘The Great Zambezi’ Exhibition which will take place in London at the Patrick Mavros flagship store from May 18 to 28. This piece was sculpted by Teboho Ndlovu and painted by Siyabonga Mabaso. Photo: Ardmore
FLOCKS of brightly coloured birds and an abundance of wildlife – which includes hippos, elephants, black rhinos, wild dogs, cheetah and lions – can be found around the Zambezi River.
This diversity of fauna and flora has inspired the first collaboration between KwaZulu-Natal-based Ardmore Ceramic Art and the Parisian fashion house, Hermès. Continue reading
Fee Halsted. Photo: Ardmore
FEE Halsted, the founder of Ardmore Ceramic Art in Caversham in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands, will be giving a talk to the Midlands Forum at the Howick High School hall at 9.30 am for 10 am on Tuesday, May 3. Continue reading
Doug Morton and Nola Meiring. Photo: Supplied
PHOTOGRAPHERS, Doug Morton, from Pietermaritzburg, and Nola Meiring, from Hilton, have joined forces under the banner of Photo Finesse Africa, and will be staging an exhibition of their work at the beautiful Dunning Country House, on the outskirts of Merrivale, Howick, on Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24. Continue reading
The village of Wakkerstroom will host an Arts and Crafts Ramble on July 11 and 12.
Local and national artists will be showing and selling their works in their own homes, and several galleries in town will be open for you to visit. Artists encompass a range of skills from glass art, to painters and other hand-crafts.