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Art Means Business

Art Means Business

This show introduces the topic of ‘creative economy’ in Africa’s economic and development agenda. It explores the potential of the creative industry to provide new opportunities for developing countries, in particular, African countries, to leapfrog into emerging high-growth areas of the world economy.

2019-03-21 08:00:00.0

Music Festivals

"This show will focus on the business of music festivals. Our guest is Mr Willie Reetsang, a professional musician, art and culture activist, and performing arts educator. He is the organizer of the Kgalagadi Jazz Festival, holding on 22nd March 2019 in Kuruman, Northern Cape. We will explore what it takes to organize big music festivals; the business and economics of music festivals; and the socio-political impact of such festivals. Willie holds a Master of Management degree from Wits and a number of qualifications in art and culture. He has organized a number of music festivals.

2019-03-14 08:00:00.0

Architecture

Welcome to Art Means Business. This week our conversation is about the built environment, its role in Africa and how it is related to architecture and interior design. Furthermore, we explore how the built environment defines our identities in terms of who we are and how it affects our well-being, in other words our mental health, physical health and spirituality, while we also explore the business opportunities within this environment. Finally, we look at the trends within this environment and how governments are responding in terms of policy towards it. To help us discuss this is our guest Potlako Gesenelwe, who’s an expert in this field.

2019-03-14 08:00:00.0

Architecture

Welcome to Art Means Business. This week our conversation is about the built environment, its role in Africa and how it is related to architecture and interior design. Furthermore, we explore how the built environment defines our identities in terms of who we are and how it affects our well-being, in other words our mental health, physical health and spirituality, while we also explore the business opportunities within this environment. Finally, we look at the trends within this environment and how governments are responding in terms of policy towards it. To help us discuss this is our guest Potlako Gesenelwe, who’s an expert in this field.

2019-02-28 08:00:00.0

Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 1

Welcome to Art means business, the show that talks about everything creative, everything African and everything art. This week we are at the tête-à-tête exhibition at the Absa Gallery downtown Johannesburg. Joining us to talk about this exhibition is Thabo Sishoka, Who is the Absa art assistant curator and Candice Allison who is the director of Bag Factory artist studio in Johannesburg.

2019-02-28 08:00:00.0

Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 3

Welcome to Art means business, the show that talks about everything creative, everything African and everything art. This week we are at the tête-à-tête exhibition at the Absa Gallery downtown Johannesburg. Joining us to talk about this exhibition is Thabo Sishoka, Who is the Absa art assistant curator and Candice Allison who is the director of Bag Factory artist studio in Johannesburg.

2019-02-28 08:00:00.0

Absa Gallery Tête-à-Tête Exhibition Seg 2

Welcome to Art means business, the show that talks about everything creative, everything African and everything art. This week we are at the tête-à-tête exhibition at the Absa Gallery downtown Johannesburg. Joining us to talk about this exhibition is Thabo Sishoka, Who is the Absa art assistant curator and Candice Allison who is the director of Bag Factory artist studio in Johannesburg.

2018-11-15 03:14:00.0

The Role of the Built Environment in Africa

Today we are looking at The Role of the Built Environment in Africa, its role in shaping our identity, frame of reference (i.e. how we look at the world) and well-being, and we also explore business opportunities within the sector (across the value chain). As usual we have an able professional in the field to unpack this with us. Her name is Potlako Gasennelwe.

2018-11-09 09:50:00.0

Are creative industries creating pathways for job creation?

Today we explore the question “How can we use creative industries for the economic regeneration of urban regions on our continent. We will tackle the question in 3 ways. Firstly, by examining the international debates about the effectiveness of the creative projects as tools for development. We also deliberate on why authorities should put more importance on policies guiding creative industries and conclude by looking at a South African case study – in which reflect on the evolution of creative industries in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

2018-11-02 11:41:00.0

The Role of Culture in developing sustainable cities.

Today we discuss the role of culture in developing sustainable cities. We look at the link between culture and creativity and how the two can shape cities into sustainable spaces that are sensitive to the diverse identities of the cities' residents. To help us unpack this we have Zayd Minty, a cultural management professional and researcher, who has worked extensively in this area, including penning the only African policy on culture and sustainable cities. He is currently reading towards a PhD

2018-10-20 03:51:00.0

Dos/Don'ts of Art Buying And Investment

Today on Art Means Business we explore the world of buying art for investment. Though relatively new on our continent, the business of buying/investing in the art (particularly black artists) is growing fast. As Art Historian Theminkosi Goniwe points out in his Mail

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