Jennifer Morrison celebrates homecoming with spectacular paintings

The titles of Morrison’s bold abstract art capture the energy and sense of movement she tries to instil, writes Mary Corrigall

Kakadu recalls Biafra horror with xenophobia lesson

The award-winning musical, the first Nigerian production to be staged in SA, lays bare the trauma of Nigeria’s civil war, writes Edward Tsumele

Quiet images silence Babelonic cacophony of happy snappers

PH Centre’s second show, Single Shot, featuring top photographers is all about parting pictorial Red Sea, writes Janine Stephen

Bill Cosby: from TV hero to fallen US cultural icon

Accusations from around 60 women have left Cosby’s career and reputation in tatters

What culture can mean for growth

Speakers at a recent national conference highlighted the numerous benefits of the sector including economic expansion and stimulating small business, writes ...

Foundry’s Louis Olivier has left his prints on Kentridge sculptures

Artists collaborate at Workhorse Bronze Foundry in Joburg, writes Mary Corrigall