The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is democratic South Africa’s longest-standing arts, culture and heritage funding and development organization. ACT invites interested parties to submit proposals to develop a corporate identity for the organisation. (more…)
The Executive Directors of the Sibikwa Arts Centre an NGO based in Benoni will be retiring at the end of 2020. Sibikwa is seeking to employ an Associate Artistic Director/ CEO to work closely with the current Artistic Director until her retirement with a view of taking over the reins of the art centre. (more…)
Following the relaunch of the ACT Development Programme earlier in 2018, the Art & Culture Trust (ACT) announces an open call for the ACT Development Grant in Dance. Applications for the ACT Development Grant in Dance will be accepted until Wednesday, 24 October 2018. (more…)
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) and Nedbank are proud to announce the first of two sets of ACT Development Grant recipients for the 2018 funding cycle. Relaunched in 2018, the ACT Development Grant now features two calls for discipline-focused applications at different times of the calendar year. This first set of grants will be for projects and works with a strong visual arts focus. ACT CEO Marcus Desando says, ‘We as a trust are very excited about this new discipline-specific grant system, for it allows us to give opportunities to artists and organisations in a given discipline. This particular cycle has yielded an exciting mix of recipient projects and artworks and we look forward to seeing their impact.” (more…)
Arlin Bantam is more than a triple threat. Sure, he acts, sings and dances well. But his creativity goes beyond that. The Stellenbosch University Drama graduate has creativity coming out of his pores and clinging to every strand of his afro. (more…)
The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT), the Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Rights Organisation (DALRO) and Nedbank are proud to announce the opening of applications for the 2018 ACT | DALRO | Nedbank Scholarships Programme. Past winners include Arlin Bantam, Tankiso Mamabolo and Zola Myeza, among many other talented performers who are making a name for themselves in the South African entertainment industry.