Geometry and Art: sacred patterns that underlie the world

Gordon Froud’s latest digital exhibition is a fascinating study of geometry’s complex role in everyday life, writes Edward Tsumele

Diverse musicians connect and create to the sound of one beat

Programme involving global artists a catalyst for social and cultural change

Liberation Project blows and sings about being woke to change

Explorations of form and sound in jazz challenge the status quo, writes Gwen Ansell

Murray on the bill as jazz stars conjure soundtracks and stories

Festival was a thrill for this fan of actor and accompanying music , writes Charles Leonard

Fringe festival: desert offers a blank canvas for the creation of magic

AfrikaBurn is a fertile ground for invention, collaboration and playful fun, writes Struan Douglas

Performance art of Amira’s Sinking soothes wound of SS Mendi disaster

Show features photography, nonfigurative painting, found objects and film, writes Melvyn Minnaar

Music maestro: jazz legend continues to drum up powerful emotions

Prolific and talented Jonas Mosa Gwangwa, 80, is still a powerfully compelling live artist, writes Gwen Ansell

Collectors should look beyond aesthetics when investing in art

Much art will not appreciate in value and the contemporary art market exhibits elements of a Ponzi scheme, writes Steven Kettle

Simon and Phiri: the end of the song

Unschooled about music law and contractual issues, obtaining legal advice is a costly challenge, writes Lungile Sojini

Music market heist: how SA’s black musicians are ‘scammed’

Royalties worth R1bn-R1.5bn owed to performers over 55 years might have been stolen

Igoda tying cultural knots in south and east Africa

Network equips artists, musicians and other performers for the world

Colourful insights from the dark side of the world

Artist Esref Armagan is overthrowing our notions of how the blind see, writes Simon Hayhoe

No posturing in sculptor’s body of work

Antony Gormley’s new creations reflect his own form — but this time with a grotesque twist, writes Elaine Yu

FRED SCOTT: Digital art has shifted boundaries of creative value

In the art world nowadays the latest trends in artistic expression relate to electronically generated images and installations, writes Fred Scott

Boity Thulo: actress, ambassador and wellness entrepreneur

Thulo urges people to try out new opportunities and to avoid getting boxed into one thing, writes Struan Douglas

Santana return to SA for two-city tour with Mango Groove

SPONSORED: Award-winning rock band Santana are performing in South Africa in April

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