160 Strand Street
Monday – Friday
07:00 – 17:00
17:00 - 14:00 Visit Website
Situated at the gateway to the vibrant area of De Waterkant, Ground Art Caffe offers a combination of the artistic endeavours of Barista, Chef and Art Curator. The Coffee, Food and Art are each treated with equal respect and attention to detail, as we believe each is an art in itself.
Ground’s own unique African Arabica coffee is sourced and roasted by our dedicated artisan roaster, using only top scoring beans and micro-roasting methods to create healthy, low caffeine, naturally sweet and most significantly, fresh coffee. Poured with skill, ground coffee is fast becoming one of Cape Town’s appreciated favourite.
AFROFUTURISM: A movement in literature, music and art featuring futuristic or science fiction themes which incorporate elements of black history and culture.
FUTURE FOCUS II - GROUND ART CAFFE in collaboration with PICHA.
Picha is driven by visual content that showcases the contemporary side of Africa and people of the African diaspora. Each year they run a campaign focused around a particular theme to get a community of photographers all around the continent inspired and involved. "Future Focus" prompted visual creatives to show the future through an African lens.
The best of the submissions were handpicked by Daron Bandeira, a Ghana-based influencer, photographer, art director and founder of the contemporary creative platform, Afrobougee.
This photographic exhibition, showcased in Cape Town, Nairobi, Accra and Seattle,aims to provide African photographers with a platform to prove that local creatives are more than capable of producing work worthy of global attention.
All work will be for sale and can be ordered in various sizes, framed or unframed in different formats.
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