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ImagineMag! has been created and is run by people with a passion for arts and our culture in all forms. Passion on its own however is never enough to sustain any project. What one needs are knowledgeable, hardworking and imaginative people to further develop this wonderful concept. We have the start of that in the shape of Amy Gould, Director of Dance Crew, Principal of the AGBS and owner of the Theatre On-Main, Dr Dawn Gould, owner of FACTS FOUND, a historical research bureau and… all of you who will contribute in many interesting ways. Get talking people, and let us hear from you.

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“Our intention is to give the art
    and cultural fraternity a voice”.

apr-may 2012 : edition 15

Good to hear that service programs of all descriptions are happening in Laingsburg Thusong Service Centre. Lights…..Action, moving pictures from the past in South Africa to current up to the minute film from the African Arts Institute promoting African Film in Cape Town. And if you are interested in becoming a future film maker see that you attend workshops on storytelling, the craft of writing and ABC of writing a screenplay taking place in Joburg and Cape Town.

Travels with my tribe, Expressions of a mysterious voyage and Sustainable Design Showcase are two articles on ways of living and creating art – they make for fascinating reading.

Read what Erica du Toit has to say about Arthritis : A dancer’s challenge and in our editorial I Say what Amy Gould has to say about ballet competitions. Make sure you enjoy a new Giselle with The South African Theatre Ballet, an event not to be missed as is Theatresports and the troupe ImproGuise, going into their nineteenth year of performances. Education is their focus as FTH:K gears up for a national tour.

And Art in all it’s infinite mystery and fascination in this edition includes: Chad Rossouw - A HISTORY OF FAILURE and the placing of HISTORY in CONTEXT by Dr Dawn Gould plus a Collaborative Exhibition featuring Klaus Tiedge, Sandy Mclea and Martin Osner at the Cape Quarter Piazza.

And finally our book review GUIDE TO THE ALOES OF SOUTH AFRICA

Much for everyone to read about in this edition and hopefully think about and then get out there and see for yourself. We look forward to hearing from you wherever you are in South Africa.


Edition 16 JUNE/JULY (May 21)
Edition 17 AUG/SEPT (July 16)
Edition 18 OCT/NOV (Sept 17th)
Edition 19 DEC/JAN (Nov 19)


Chad Rossouw - The De La Rey III

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Amy Gould


Amy Gould is a Fellow of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. She is the principal and owner of her full time ballet school, director and choreographer of her dance company Dance Crew, owner/manager of Tokai On-Main a 100-seater intimate theatre and editor in chief of ImagineMag!

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edition. 15 contributors

Dawn Gould (D Litt et Phil), owns and runs FACTS FOUND an historical research bureau situated in Cape Town, South Africa. 
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Guest contributors are:
Erica du Toit
- Marketing, Promotion & Awareness Western Cape Association for the Physically Disabled
Steven J Schippers - Centre Manager Laingsburg Thusong Service Centre
Maiyan Karidi - Mystica Art and Design
Victoria Romburgh - PhotoGanic

edition. 16 june/july deadline

Issue 16 deadline for articles or advertising: 21 May 2012