Fracking in the Karoo is an ongoing war. In this mayhem of arguments, petitions and uprising, some artists decided to do what they do best: find inspiration in a not-so-good situation and band together in the exhibition, Fear & Loss. … Continued
In an ongoing long-term project Imke Rust researches the ancient traditions of rainmaking and how the combination of art and ritual could be used in a modern context to create rain. “The rainmaker experiments and ideas which I am collecting … Continued
Don’t miss the Fourth South African Eco Film Festival at the Labia Cinema in Cape Town between the 23rd and 30th March 2017. Have a look at the films included in this year’s programme & buy your tickets >> This … Continued
Author: Bradley Dennis from Samara Using the Spekboom as a Carbon Sink Spekboom is a small tree shrub that grows naturally in the Karoo. Widespread across the country today, it is found in most gardens and urban areas. Spekboom is … Continued
This is a share/repost from an article Let’s Chalk About a Vegan Revolution!, by Isabelle Tamm, on freefromharm.org It’s only natural, once we become aware of the horrible injustices humans thrust upon our fellow earthlings, that we then want to … Continued
Open to Submissions: 2017 LAND ART COMPETITION by the NKA foundation. The competition is open to landscape architects, artists, curators, designers, architects, urban planners, engineers, university students and others from around the world to submit their ideas for large-scale and site-specific public art installations based on site in rural Ghana. The submitted entries can be functional or nonfunctional works but must aim at creating a truly unique experience that becomes emblematic of what an arts village is and how it needs to function as a PLACE.