Experience the best things to do in Stellenbosch with our guide to essential eats, drinks, culture, activities and more.
Make the most of the last weekend with our pick of things to do. Share a laugh with Schalk Bezuidenhout, reconnect with nature (and others) through art, run and ride, eat and be merry.
When artist Paul du Toit (1965-2014) discovered a material called concrete canvas, he was able to transform his heavily textured paintings into sculptures on a grand scale. Until 21 November 2021, 13 of Paul’s groundbreaking pieces will be exhibited by IS Sculpture at Tokara Wine Estate’s delicatessen in Stellenbosch.
In celebration of spring, the Rupert Museum is hosting an online auction titled In Conversation with Colour Symphony running from 7-14 September 2021. The auction is an extension of the museum’s Open Call initiative to support local artists to reach various art markets and feature works from the group exhibition currently on view at the Jan Rupert Art Centre in Graaff-Reinet.
As the pandemic’s second wave subsides, a new window opens on the arts. Visitors are once again invited to immerse themselves in the world of art while social distancing in Norval Foundation’s spacious galleries and sprawling Sculpture Garden.
New stores, new designs and new flavours. MIRANDI NEL explores inspiring artwork and wallpaper, discovers a small business sourcing and selling vintage furniture, and finds out more about Stellenbosch Snake Rescue.
Nearly a half-century after her passing, Irma Stern’s legacy endures and she continues to outperform all other South African artists as Strauss & Co’s top-selling artist. A selection of her work will go under the hammer at the Strauss & Co NORTH/SOUTH Live Virtual Auction this November.
Spring is a special time in the Winelands. This weekend dust off those walking shoes, stock the picnic baskets and venture out as we share a few lesser-known outings for soaking up the fine spring weather.