The 2023 Cradle of Creativity Festival is an 8 day long international performing arts festival for children and young people hosted by The Market Theatre and offers the very best performing arts for young audiences.
Taking place over two days, meet artists, interact with the works, enjoy a programme of exhibitions, walkabouts, performance & design.
Dr Louise van Rhyn and Dr Reuel Khoza, Thinkers50 winners, discuss the importance of leadership in creating a just and prosperous South Africa.
Good luck to all the cyclists taking part in the 947 Ride Joburg Cycle Race this Sunday. Details of road closures for those not taking part are available on the Alternative Route Map. Residents Alternative Route Map
Photographer Anton Bosman will be leading a photo walk through Joburg on Sunday 5 December.
The U.S. Mission to South Africa takes great pride in forging partnerships that prioritize empowerment opportunities for women and girls as changemakers in communities across the country. They have watched many of their program alumni breathe life into their ideas and they are providing a number of them with a platform to continue to build […]
Urban Festival 2021 The Urban Festival was held online from 27-29 October 2021. The role of the conference was to engage local, national and international voices on the key challenges (climate, economic, urban and many others) that cities are facing. If you missed any of the sessions the recordings are available below. The summaries and […]
The Urban Festival aims to provide a platform for learning, experimentation, and knowledge exchange on the implementation of a transformative urban agenda.
*Postponed* On Sunday 22 March Johannesburg In Your Pocket and local photographers Anton Bosman and Clare Appleyard host the Jozi Takeover, a huge photo walk through the streets of Joburg CBD. The aim is to assemble a record breaking crowd. The walk begins at Urbanologi & Mad Giant brewery at the 1 Fox Precinct and […]
Community project the Makers Way, on the eastern edge of the inner city, is set to receive a massive boost with a two-year R2,1-million grant from the US Consulate. The Makers Way aims to promote community well-being by creating better access to markets and networks, where people of all backgrounds come together to learn how […]