19 to 23 November
Venue: Artscape Theatre Centre
A resource for products of the historical and contemporary art movements in South Africa including the modernist abstract era, the protest era and the neglected contribution of African artists in the post-war period, the SMAC gallery aims to present exhibitions that assist in the process of reviewing and revising South African art.
31 Palmer St, Muizenberg
A showcase of contemporary artists whose works are affordable and of high quality. Media include traditional African crafts, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery, photos, prints, textiles and oil paintings. Featured artists include Carol Laws, Eugene Marais, Patti Heller, Yolanda Buys, Wolomarans Ivor and more.
First Floor, the Clocktower, V&A Waterfront
A museum dedicated to capturing the essence of South African diamond history. With replicas of the world’s most famous diamonds, a history of the South African diamond rush and demonstrations on how diamonds are cut and set. Time: 9am to 9pm Cost: R 50 (children free)
A square found at the centre of the Waterfront, next to the Amphitheatre and overlooked by the food court. It is currently occupied by the Wheel of Excellence, but is also often home to buskers and, during the school holidays, to fairground rides for children.