KAMERS Autumn 2015
IT’S LUCKY 13 FOR SA’s POP-UP CREATIVE HOT-HOUSE!
After a breakout 2014 that saw new shows in Johannesburg and Cape Town’s iconic Castle, KAMERS is back with a bang for the Autumn 2015 shows.
KAMERS is set to boost local SA design and entrepreneurship even further this year… and that’s saying something, given last year’s impressive numbers:
- 58 000 visitors at four shows nationally,
- a creative showcase of 250 hand-picked local exhibitors,
- expanding the KAMERS experience into hand-picked local food, wine, live music and art.
Why has KAMERS become such a success?
The team continually scours the country for the hottest new creative talent and product ideas. Each show then becomes a captivating fusion of design and crafts in the form of a vast pop-up retail showcase under one roof. In this way KAMERS forms a priceless interface between young entrepreneurs and developing creative talent and the public who wish to support the most deserving and talented SA craft and design.
In this ‘everybody wins’ environment the exhibitors get maximum exposure for future business, whilst KAMERS shoppers get to explore and enjoy our country’s huge creative talent.
Finally, a huge thank you to our partner, 1st for Women Insurance, who offers tailor-made insurance and lifestyle beneﬁts speciﬁcally suited to women’s needs. In addition to this, 1st for Women uplifts and empowers the women of South Africa, through the 1st for Women Foundation, where over R30 million has been donated to a number of women related charities.
Don’t miss SA’s pop-up treasure trove of hand-crafted creativity!
KAMERS 2015 Joburg
23 – 27 April 2015
St John’s College, Houghton, Johannesburg
From 9-5 Thursday/Sunday/Monday and Friday/Saturday till 7pm
KAMERS 2015 Cape Town
7 – 10 May 2015 (In partnership with the CCDI)
Cape Town City Hall
From 9-5 Thursday/Sunday and Friday/Saturday till 7pm
Entrance: R50 at www.ffw.co.za (as well as students and pensioners) R70 at the gate
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Photos: St John’s College; Charl du Preez