The Maboneng Precinct
yesterday at 11:41. Facebook
Get ready for the launch of Unfinished City, learn about leasing options for Chambers of Change, and put yourself in a theatrical mood with Flatform while reading this week’s newsletter.

MOAD Launches Unfinished City, Chambers of Change for Lease, and Watch Flatform Tread the Boards
The Maboneng Precinct
yesterday at 08:30. Facebook
Hayleigh Evans, the effervescent owner of P.O.P. Art, worked in Maboneng for six months before the idea of community living coaxed her to cut out her commute. She settled at Revolution House, impressed with its expansive city views and industrial chic.

Hayleigh envisions P.O.P. Art as an 'entrepreneurial incubator'. She wants to encourage artists to create their own careers through...
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The Maboneng Precinct
02/21/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
William Kentridge's 'less good idea' is both a statement of creative intent and a wilfully abstract process of production.

The world famous artist has launched The Centre for the Less Good Idea as an "interdisciplinary incubator space", and its first season is evidence of that purpose. Curated by Khayelihle Dominique Gumede, Lebogang Mashile, Gregory Maqoma and William Kentridge, Season 1...
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The Maboneng Precinct
02/20/2017 at 12:51. Facebook
What makes this your city? How have our decisions shaped the destiny of this African metropolis?

Join Propertuity and Museum of African Design as they explore these questions, and the dynamism of Johannesburg's design, at Opening: Unfinished City from 23 February.
The Maboneng Precinct
02/17/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
If you're not ready to let go of the Valentine's buzz quite yet, Industry 305 Fox Street, Maboneng has a quiver of Cupid's Arrow for you, before you share your tales at Chalkboard during the Storytellers Series: Free Workshop, and tickle your funny-bone at POPArt's The Box standup night on Sunday.
Claim you invite to @Opening:Unfinished City, get ready for a sonic experience with DJ Kenzhero and journey through Johannesburg’s history with @Curiocity Pads in this week’s newsletter.

An Unfinished City, Juxtaposed Joburg and Curiocity Pad’s Decade Designs
OPEN is hosting their very own OPEN day on 26 February from 11am - 2pm.

Whether you're looking for a dynamic collaborative workspace in Maboneng to call your own, or for the perfect venue to host your latest event, OPEN promises spaces to suit your needs.
If you'd like to find out more and meet the people who make OPEN tick, be sure to visit them on the fourth floor of The Main Change...
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Johannesburg’s urban high-rises have as much character as their inhabitants, each with a singular history and an exciting purpose. Revolution House once facilitated manufacture, but now is home to a lifestyle at the core of Maboneng’s social revolution. Fox Street Studios used to house printers, and is now a living example of mixed-use success. This fluid urban landscape, and its role in the...
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Bheki Dube, owner of Curiocity Hostels, grew up near Maboneng and had eagerly explored precinct living before. Situation East drew him in with its convenient functionality and smart design features. He is a big fan of the precinct's sense of community, and is never short of like-minded compatriots when near home.

Bheki enjoys the neighbourhood's carefully curated work-live culture. He sees...
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Valentine's day is here, and Maboneng has a little bit of everything to help your partner and you celebrate the day of love.

9 Couture is running a His & Hers Valentine's Special on Wrung gear, offering 50% off on a second item after the purchase of a first. This special runs from 14 to 19 February.

Zucco's Cafe has your dinner plans covered tonight as they offer a romantic three-course meal...
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Valentine’s Day makes a heart shaped landing next week, and Maboneng has an abundance on offer to delight you and your companion

TikkiBoxx has the perfect gift for your partner and will wrap it too, while LoveRevo has romance down to an art form as they offer a three-course meal, bubbly, and bike rides for sweethearts.

The Bioscope Independent Cinema screens True Romance as a part of their...
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The Bioscope Independent Cinema has been a mainstay in Maboneng since 2010. Watch as Russell Grant - one of the cinema's founders - gives us a brief rundown of this independent events space and the exciting growth he's witnessed in the precinct over the years.
It’s a packed pre-Valentine’s weekend in Maboneng, with Dating in the Dark making Friday night mysterious, while Workshop: Improv for Beginners at P.O.P. Art is sure to challenge your creative side before you cool off with a sundowner at Sundays in The Living Room.
Learn about Maboneng’s new shuttle service, work up an appetite for beignets and get your romantic side ready for Valentine’s while reading this week’s newsletter.

Maboneng’s New Shuttle Service, Delicious Market Doughnuts and Sweet Somethings for Valentine’s Day
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The cosy interiors of the Rocket Factory or Craftsmen’s Ship’s face brick finish? Click love for Rocket Factory or wow for Craftsmen’s Ship.
Go underground with The Bioscope as they host a special screening of The World Has No Eyedea Johannesburg, South Africa Premiere, then spend your Saturday submerged with Thor Rixon at the album launch of Songs From The Bath ~ Album Launch Tour ~ JHB before you segue sweetly into the week with another fine offering from Market On Main.
Primarily residential, the beautifully designed Revolution House represents a lifestyle revolution and a change in the way people engage with the city. Find out more here:
Two Months Rent-free, Tempting Tango and Time Anchor’s New Tipple

Two Months Rent-free, Tempting Tango and Time Anchor’s New Tipple
First Thursdays Johannesburg makes its return this week, and it does so with a bang. The Bioscope Independent Cinema will be hosting a showing of Dust and Thunder, the sensational locally shot Mumford & Sons concert film, while the AGOG Gallery features a magnificent solo exhibition by German painter Philipp Pieroth. For more information about these events, and many more exciting Maboneng...
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