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Thursday, 23 February 2017

The Latest Design Innovations At The 2017 Design Indaba

By Amanda Hawker




If you’re into art, design and anything uniquely creative, then you cannot miss this year’s Design Indaba. Launched in 1995, this world renowned annual event showcases the newest and coolest design innovations from emerging creatives.

The festival, which runs for a week from Wednesday, 1 March to Saturday, 4 March 2017  will be returning to Cape Town’s Artscape Theatre - there will be a few events at other venues as well.
Visitors to the festival have a lot to look forward to, including a conference, simulcast, film festival and the Emerging Creatives exhibition. The main events start at 15:00 daily, followed by the NightSape at 17:00.

The Artscape Piazza will open up to the public from 17:30 for the NightScape - an explosion of music, art and design installations, food and festivities, alongside our FilmFest and exhibitions of Emerging Creatives, Most Beautiful Object in South Africa and Underground Images.



Tickets for the various events are available via the Design Indaba website or at the venue on the day. Costs are as follows:
TICKET TYPE
COST
DESIGN INDABA CONFERENCE
Trend Forecast Seminar
Film Fest
Full Indaba (three-day ticket)
One-day ticket
Two-day ticket
Early Bird*/Directory discount (10%)
Alumni*/Academic discount (15%)
Group (5-10) discount (5%)
Group (11-25) discount (10%)
Group (26-plus) discount (15%)
R650p/p
R80p/p
R7 900p/p
R3 065p/p
R6 130p/p
R7 110p/p
R6 715p/p
R7 505p/p
R7 110p/p
R6 715p/p
YOUNG DESIGNERS’ SIMULCAST (CAPE TOWN)
Simulcast: Over-25s
R1 600p/p
Simulcast: Age 25 and under
R1 400p/p
DESIGN INDABA NIGHTSCAPE
Three-day pass
R200p/p
One-day pass
R80p/p
Freestyle Love Supreme at Design Indaba NightScape
R250p/p



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Amanda is a Cape Town based writer. She loves history, music, writing, travelling and HBO TV series. Her favourite writers are Ken Saro Wiwa, Stephen King and Toni Morrison. In her spare time she writes short stories and explores the lesser-known tourist spots of Cape Town.  ................................................................................................................................................................

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