Creative Women

Creative Women is an interview series by Between 10and5 which runs every August. We take this yearly opportunity to spotlight exceptional women in creativity. We hear from women making an impact in their industry, be it through design, technology, art, fashion, food, music or media, in a bid to build a resource that inspires a new generation of women to start businesses, to make, and to lead.
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Creative Women | Roxanne Robinson on Being Nice, Bad Taste and Brilliant Collaboration. Photo by Tarryn Hatchett.

Creative Women: Roxanne Robinson on being nice, bad taste and brilliant collaboration

Creative Women | Sethembile Msezane on Black Women & Colonialist Ideologies.

Sethembile Msezane is a visual artist whose performances subvert colonialist ideologies and highlight the history of black women in South Africa.

Creative Women | Marianne Fassler on Building an Anti-Fashion Label. Photo by Tarryn Hatchet.

Unaffected by trends and passing fads, Marianne Fassler says that her designs respond to the global zeitgeist and voice on the street.

Creative Women | Marianne Fassler on Building an Anti-Fashion Label. Photo by Tarryn Hatchet.

Unaffected by trends and passing fads, Marianne Fassler says that her designs respond to the global zeitgeist and voice on the street.

Creative Women | Ilze Wolff on Developing an Architectural Practice of Consequence. Photo by Anke Loots.

Ilze Wolff endeavours to develop an “architectural practice of consequence” through the mediums of design, advocacy, research and documentation.

Creative Women | Ashleigh McLean on the Sensibilities of a Curatorial Eye.  Photo by Anke Loots.

Whatiftheworld curator Ashleigh McLean endeavours to create shows that contribute to the bigger narrative by offering insights and understandings.

Creative Women | Ashleigh McLean on the Sensibilities of a Curatorial Eye. Photo by Anke Loots.

Whatiftheworld curator Ashleigh McLean endeavours to create shows that contribute to the bigger narrative by offering insights and understandings.

Creative Women | Roxanne Robinson on Being Nice, Bad Taste and Brilliant Collaboration. Photo by Tarryn Hatchett.

Creative Women: Roxanne Robinson on being nice, bad taste and brilliant collaboration

Creative Women | Roxanne Robinson on Being Nice, Bad Taste and Brilliant Collaboration. Photo by Tarryn Hatchett.

Creative Women: Roxanne Robinson on being nice, bad taste and brilliant collaboration

Creative Women | Thania Petersen on Searching for History and Finding Identity. Photo by Anke Loots.

Thania Petersen 'I Am Royal', is an art piece uncovering her Cape Malay heritage Credit: Between 10 and 5

Creative Women | Thania Petersen on Searching for History and Finding Identity. Photo by Anke Loots.

Thania Petersen’s current work began with a search to uncover her Cape Malay heritage and in doing so, to bring to light a vital aspect of her identity.

Creative Women | Thania Petersen on Searching for History and Finding Identity. Photo by Anke Loots.

Thania Petersen’s current work began with a search to uncover her Cape Malay heritage and in doing so, to bring to light a vital aspect of her identity.

Creative Women | Camilla Clerke on Digital Advertising and Talking to People. Photo by Anke Loots.

Camilla Clerke is a Creative Director at ad agency Hellocomputer.

Creative Women | Camilla Clerke on Digital Advertising and Talking to People. Photo by Anke Loots.

Camilla Clerke is a Creative Director at ad agency Hellocomputer.

Creative Women | Camilla Clerke on Digital Advertising and Talking to People. Photo by Anke Loots.

Camilla Clerke is a Creative Director at ad agency Hellocomputer.

Creative Women | Ilze Wolff on Developing an Architectural Practice of Consequence. Photo by Anke Loots.

Ilze Wolff endeavours to develop an “architectural practice of consequence” through the mediums of design, advocacy, research and documentation.

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