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Cape Town Design Network: November 2010

You are invited to join Cape Town Design Network for an evening of information sharing and networking with speakers: Zahira Asmal (Designing South Africa); Mariette Du Toit-Helmbold (Cape Town Tourism) and Mugendi M’Rithaa (Cape Peninsula University of Technology).

Zahira Asmal will talk about her project that captures and documents the legacy of the World Cup in terms of design aesthetics.
Cape Town Tourism’s Mariette Du Toit Helmbold will speak about how Cape Town Tourism has begun to redesign the brand of the city and  lastly Mugenda M’Rithaa converses on design thinking and service design in the context of our bid for World Design Capital 2014.

Date: 16 November 2010
Time: 5 for 5:30 – 7pm
Venue: Free World Coating, 71 Waterkant Street
RSVP: bronwyn@capetownpartnership.co.za



The Best of June 2010

Cape Dance Company to perform at the Masque Theatre 15 – 19 June 2010

For its second season at the Masque Theatre, the Cape Dance Company (CDC), proudly celebrating its 15th year, will present a programme of new works by acclaimed South African and International choreographers,  Gregory Maqoma, Mamela Nyamza and Carlos dos Santos.  The eclectic style of the choreographies showcases the technical excellence and artistry of this athletic and cutting edge dance company.http://capetowncreatives.co.za/blog

Cape Town Design Network 9 June

The Cape Town Design Network (CTDN2010) is a monthly gathering hosted by Creative Cape Town during 2010. This month’s Design Network will be held at Primedia Broadcasting, Suite 7D, 2nd Floor, Somerset Square, Highfield Road, Green Point at 17h30. This event is focussed on graphic design and features well known designer, Bruno Morphet of Plan B Design and Tabatha King, the Managing Director of Coley Porter Bell design agency. www.creativecapetown.net

Soccer Kultcha 11 June – 10 July

Soccer Kultcha is an exhibition curated by Paul Weinberg, Warren Nelson and Leanne Barling in collaboration with Michaelis Art Gallery. Soccer Kultcha explores the footballers and their followers beyond the main stadiums. They play on any field they can find, sometimes with home-made balls or goals. This exhibition is about this vibrant soccer culture. Far from official photographs, grand stadiums and headline grabbing photojournalism, the photographs of Soccer Kultcha invite us to rediscover the game of football, and the lives and passions of ordinary people who play and celebrate the game. www.michaelis.uct.ac.za/

Joint Photographic Exhibition 3 June – 15 July

Play Jump Eat is a series of images shot all over Cape Town, exploring the themes of Joy, Play, Abundance, Beauty and Juxtaposition. In contrast to this stylised work will be the grainy images of five bright school children from Emasithandane Children’s Home in the township of Nyanga.http://capetowncreatives.co.za/blog

Evita se Perron: Soccerfree Zone June and July 2010

Soccer fever is upon us. They say there is no choice. Everything is geared to the game, like it or not. Balls will be kicked throughout the land. Wherever you go, you will be booted onto the team, vuvuzela in hand. And at a price. Evita se Perron in Darling will be the exception. The Most Famous White Woman in South Africa has declared her cabaret restaurant at the old railway station a SOCCERfree ZONE. “For every husband and son who will want to watch soccer, there will be a wife and a daughter who might not want it as badly,” says Mrs Bezuidenhout. “So let them come to Darling and share time, good food and laughter with me”. http://capetowncreatives.co.za/blog

I love you, you’re perfect, now change… 20 May – 12 June

Directed by award winning director Paul Griffiths and with musical direction by Roland Perold, the cast bring to the boards an array of musical theatre performance experience as Roland Perold, Niall Griffin, Shannyn Fourie and Candice van Litsenborgh tell the story(s) of relationship(s) – from the nerve-wracking preparation for a first date, to expressions of a love learned and earned over a lifetime.http://capetowncreatives.co.za/blog

Own Goal Group Exhibition at AVA 31 May – 25 June 2010.

Richard Mason presents Carbonage Light in the Main gallery, Arstrip and New media room. Carbonage refersto a fusion of carbon based life forms with the ideologies and Products of transnational corporations in a world that revolves around oil. Anatomical Arrangements is the first solo exhibition by Tamzyn Varney employing the Long Gallery. The work featured in this exhibition focuses on the human body as a social emblem.http://capetowncreatives.co.za/blog

Soccer Cinema Festival 5 – 10 June

The Labia Cinema complex will host a Soccer Cinema Festival from 5 – 10 June. This event is the culmination of a travelling soccer cinema project which began on 6 April 2010. The films to be screened were sourced from broadcasting commissioning editors and filmmakers from across the world to provide access to the best documentary films ever made about soccer. http://soccercinema.co.za/

From Africa with Laugh 9 June – 3 July

War. Famine. Disease. These are the stereotypical images of Africa. But 2010 is a significant year for Africa for two reasons: the FIFA World Cup comes to Africa for the first time, and no fewer than 17 countries on the continent celebrate 50 years of independence! To celebrate both, the African Arts Institute will bring stand-up comedians from around the African continent to Cape Town for their irreverent and humorous takes on Africa, independence and football! http://www.baxter.co.za



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