For those that don’t know, the annual Design Indaba Conference and Expo is underway at the Cape Town International Conference Centre (CTICC) and it’s an event that creates great interest and commotion every year. Quivertree is hugely excited to be involved in … Continued
For those that don’t know, the annual Design Indaba Conference and Expo is underway at the Cape Town International Conference Centre (CTICC) and it’s an event that creates great interest and commotion every year. Quivertree is hugely excited to be involved in the Design Indaba’s BOOK exCHANGE project. Several Quivertree titles will be available for purchase from the exchange – a project that will see all proceeds go towards creating a library at Kannemeyer Primary School in Grassy Park, while the book exchanges stand shelves will be donated to the school after the Expo. In the BOOK exCHANGE’s own words:
You can help upgrade its library by browsing the curated daily selection of preloved books at Expo and giving one of them a new home, or by bringing books and stationery to the Expo and donating them at the stand.
The idea of creating a library for the school is to inspire, incite change and unlock the potential within the learners. There will be a variety of local and international titles about design in all forms and a selection of authors and comic book artists stopping by to launch and sign their books. What a great initiative!
The Quivertree books available at the BOOK.exCHANGE are: 21 Icons by Adrian Steirn; India: Lost and Found by David Grier; Indigenous Plant Palettes by Marijke Honig; A Life Digested by Pete Goffe-Wood; Star Fish by Daisy Jones; Cook. Better By Nikki Werner & Brandon de Kock; Karoo Kitchen by Sydda Essop and Memory Against Forgetting by Ranjith Kally.
For the first time, Quivertree will be represented in a series of talks at the Design Indaba Events Arena. Our authors, Marijke Honig, Sydda Essop and Daisy Jones will be talking about their books, the making of them and the motivation behind them. Marijke – author of Indigenous Plant Palettes – will be in conversation with Heidi Bertish of Condé Nast on Friday 27 February from 17:30-18:30. Sydda Essop – author of Karoo Kitchen – will be interviewed by Quivertree’s own Craig Fraser on Saturday 28 February from 18:00-19:00 and Daisy Jones – author of Star Fish (voted Cookbook of the Year in the 2014 Sunday Times Cookbook of the Year Awards) – will be introduced by Quivertree’s Creative Director Libby Doyle on Sunday 1 March from 16:00-17:00.
Indigenous Plant Palettes, Karoo Kitchen and Star Fish are available to buy from all good bookstores.← Previous Next →