The Editions Show

Diary Date: 24th July – 24th August

Venue: Salon91 (Cape Town)

The Salon91 Gallery presents an eclectic collection of Editions and Multiples; prints, sculptures, photography, etches and engravings from some of Cape Town and Johannesburg’s emerging artists will be on show. The exhibition will run for a whole month, providing artists such as Galia Gluckman, Bruce Mackay and Claudette Maskell a platform to showcase their diverse and accessible artwork.

Twitter: @SalonNinetyOne


Taste of Durban

Diary Date: 26th – 28th July

Venue: Suncoast Casino (Durban)

Durban’s finest restaurants, chefs and avid foodies gather this weekend for Taste of Durban. Enjoy special menus and signature dishes washed down with top wines and premium drink brands. For those keen on sharpening their cooking skills, there are events like the Pick n Pay Chef’s Theatre and the Pick n Pay Wine & Canapé Experience. Set aside this weekend for a Durban’s ultimate foodie experience.

Twitter: @TasteofDurban


Turbine Art Fair

Diary Date: 26th – 28th July

Venue: Turbine Hall, Newtown (Johannesburg)

Newtown Cultural Precinct’s award-winning Turbine Hall hosts the very first Turbine Art Fair this weekend. If you’re looking to expand your South African art collection or even start one up, this is the perfect event. Over 40 galleries will be participating, exhibiting work by both established and upcoming artists, with pieces priced from R1 000 – R20 000. If you’re an art lover or a budding collector, this is definitely not to be missed!

Twitter: @TurbineArtFair

Critical Mass Johannesburg

Diary Date: 26th July (Meet up between 7 and 7.15pm)

Venue:  Meet up on the corner of De Beer and Juta Streets, Braamfontein (Johannesburg)

It’s time again for Jozi’s cyclists to gather and ride under the full moon. See the city in a different light with hundreds of other riders. Whether you’re a newbie  or a regular, this is sure to be an epic experience.

Twitter: @CriticalMassJhb