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African Digital Art is an online collective, a creative space, where digital artist, enthusiasts and professionals can seek inspiration, showcase their artistry and connect with emerging artists.
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All South Africa Posts

5 months ago by jepchumba

The Curse of the Sad Mummy: Short Animation Film by Shy the Sun

The latest animated project by award wining South African Animation studio Shy the Sun. The short film was created...

5 months ago by jepchumba

THE |NEST|: A Space for Young African Creatives

  Cape Town based creative company, Creative Nestlings launched a beta version of their new website and community dedicated...

6 months ago by jepchumba

Carbon Copy

Noncendo and Nonzuzo are twin sisters who are using photography to not only explore their love for photography but...

6 months ago by jepchumba

African Masters: New Series Exploring African Creativity

” What does being African mean to today’s artists? How does their heritage and identity shape their work? Should...

7 months ago by jepchumba

Maker Faire Africa: Johannesburg

Come celebrate ‘hand-wrought ingenuity for innovation’ from the dynamic perspective of Africa’s most creative inventors, makers, tinkerers and doers.

9 months ago by jepchumba

Thandiwe Tshabalala: A conversation on Art, Poverty and Truth

  A few days ago I got an email from one of my favorite illustrators, Thandiwe Tshabala. She was...

9 months ago by jepchumba

On Street Photography: Barry Christianson

  “What I love about photography is that once you get behind the lens of a camera the world...

10 months ago by jepchumba

Run Jose: Short Film on the Casualities of War

Run Jose is haunting and visually striking short film by MacDuff films. Abducted as a child, forced to kill,...

11 months ago by jepchumba

Be an Emerging Creative at Design Indaba Expo

You don’t have to be a maths genius to work out that being an Emerging Creative at Design Indaba Expo will...

1 year ago by jepchumba

Homeland: Nostalgia, Memory and Belonging

Photo essay by South African photographer Thabiso Sekgala Homeland is the culmination of an exploration of memory, place and...