By - Nadia

Coffee and Conversation with Ashraf Jamal + Zine And Independent Publication Workshop with Jared Aufrichtig ūüóď ūüóļ

                                                                                                                         

By - Administrator

The Printmaker by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen ūüóļ

Umuzi and David Krut Bookstore invite you to the launch of this much anticipated novel on Thursday 28 September at 6pm, where Bronwyn Law-Viljoen will be in conversation with Raimi Gbadamosi. About the The Printmaker: When a reclusive printmaker dies, his friend inherits the thousands of etchings and drawings he has stored in his house over the years. Overwhelmed by

By - Administrator

Mzanzi Zen by Antony Osler ūüóď

Jacana Media and David Krut Bookstore Parkwood invite ou to a reading from Mzanzi Zen on Tuesday 20 September at 6pm ‚ÄėThe word Zen means meditation, meditation means to Wake Up. Waking up means to open your eyes, your ears and your whole being. Then you can connect with the world you live in ‚Äď you can dance with it,

By - Illana Welman

uHlanga Press 2nd Poetry Evening

Recently we hosted a wonderful evening of poetry featuring readings by Francine Simon and Stephen Symons of uHlanga Press. The evening was full of rich literature and beautiful wine, generously sponsored by Zandvliet Wine Estate.  This is the second installment of the collaboration between David Krut Projects Cape Town and uHlanga Press and its co-founder, Nick Mulgrew. Please follow us here on the website, as well

By - Jessie Cohen

Family Day with Local Schools in Kempton Park

24.08.16 As a new part of our school and outreach program, Ntombi Sono and Innocentia Rantao, from our books and sales team, will expand their reach to primary schools to help build up their libraries and offer teachers early learning materials that they would not otherwise have access to. This initiative reaffirms our reputation in the community as an organization which is invested in education.

By - Jessie Cohen

DKP Bookstore Staff visit the Michaelis Art Library

24.08.16 Last week, our books outreach and sales team, Innocentia Rantao and Ntombi Sono, conducted a series of school and library visits, including the Michaelis Art Library, which is part of the Central Johannesburg Library. The meeting with the head librarian, William Stewart, consisted of a tour of the library, investigating each section to determine what books can be added to the collection. For

By - Jessie Cohen

Innovation in action: DK Bookstore host a virtual exhibition to showcase contemporary artists across the continent ūüóď

On for one more week! David Krut Bookstore host a virtual exhibition brought to you by the Foundation Zinsou in Benin. Introducing the WAKPON Museum Project –¬†Off the wall¬†digital application. “Wakpon” means “come and see” in Fon, the most widely spoken local language in Benin. This unassuming¬†show presents¬†a uniquely 21st century experience of¬†art in just three steps: First, install¬†the free