To book a tour contact: kate@cultureconnectsa.com +27 (0)72 377 8014

Culture Connect is the only art, architecture and design tour specialist offering both public and private tours in Southern Africa.

Inspired by South Africa’s vast beauty, creativity, cultural diversity and intellect, Kate Crane Briggs started Culture Connect SA in 2012.

We are based in Rosebank in Cape Town but also curate art experiences in Johannesburg and Pretoria.

About Kate

Passionate about art from an early age, Kate studied Art History in the UK first at school (Sherborne) and then the University of East Anglia (BA Hons). She did a post grad in marketing at Westminster University while working for Conran Design Group.

For 20 years Kate worked in the London art world in fundraising and management. Prior to consulting she was the Executive Director of the Royal Drawing School, Whitechapel Gallery’s Head of Development and National Portrait Gallery’s Fundraising Manager.

Kate relocated to Cape Town in 2010 with her South African husband Guy Briggs of dhk Architects and their two children Anna and Oliver.

Kate is an accredited tourist guide for Cape Town and its metropole, registration number: WC8893.

Interns and volunteers welcome

Culture Connect has part-time interns who help with research, logistics and marketing. Volunteers come to events so build their network and experience. Please get in touch if you are interested. Click to email.

Sponsors and partners

Culture Connect welcomes opportunities to develop mutually beneficial relationships. Typically this is for marketing and developing tours but we are open to ideas. Click to email.

Fundraising and philanthropy

Kate was one of the founder committee members of Women in Philanthropy South Africa (WiPSA) and an associate of Global Philanthropic.

Culture Connect supports not for profit organisations active in the arts: Masicorp, SAEP (South African Education & Environment Project), and Zip Zap Circus. All work in areas of high poverty in the Western Cape.

Many thanks

We are very grateful to people who pay for others, typically from townships, to join our tours. We also hugely appreciate the on-going support of:

 

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