Like many cultural institutions across the globe, museums and galleries in South Africa have been beefing up their online offerings during the pandemic. If you’re looking for a dose of South African culture, check out this enticing smorgasbord of digital delights. The illustrations are made to help educate the community on the abundant birdlife in the area. By gathering together works that engage with gentle and sometimes unexpected representations, the exhibition hopes to offer solace and a space for reconnecting, despite the precariousness that we have recently experienced of our worlds. The idea of tone as incremental, something steady and gradual, resonates with our current experiences as we begin to assume new normals, slowly adjusting and shifting as the world as we knew it changes its tune.
Best Style Moments of Tems
To the World
From ‘The Woman King’ to Netflix’s ‘African Queens’ – How Africa’s History Went Pop
Who is Pretty Yende, the Soprano Performing at King Charles III’s Coronation?
Discover Dakar: From African Art to Rooftop Hangouts and Culinary Gems
Graffiti Now Covers the Walls of Libya’s Ancient City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
When to Visit Malawi
The Beauty about Exploring Africa is that the Continent has a Lot to Offer
Ugandan Kids get Introduced to Irish Dancing Via Online Lessons
Get a Symmetrical Trim at this Kenyan Barber
Standard Bank Hosts Central Bankers to Demonstrate Africa’s Potential to Learn – and Lead
Ghana’s Debt Crisis is Affecting Companies Beyond its Borders