ANFASA, the Academic and Non-Fiction Authors’ Association of South Africa, announces the next round of the grant scheme to benefit authors of academic and general non-fiction works.
Tate, in collaboration with Delfina Foundation, invites applications for the Brooks International Fellowship Programme 2018. Now in its fourth year, the programme will enable three curators, researchers, art historians or other museum professionals to work with Tate colleagues in London for three months commencing January 2018, complemented by activities at Delfina Foundation.
￼Organised by the same team that puts together the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown every year, the ￼Cape Town Fringe will be back in the Mother City from 21 September to 8 October 2017 in a brand new ￼format.
The Market Theatre Foundation seeks a highly motivated and dynamic individual to take up the Administrator position at the Windybrow Centre.
#CreativeUprising will be a proactive, interactive and stimulating experience for all Art Education delegates.
“Where there is music, you find no evil” – Dr Ramakgobotla Johnny Mekoa. SAMRO and the Arts and Culture Trust joins the South African music industry in celebrating the extraordinary life and legacy of jazz musician and arts educator Dr Johnny Mekoa, who died this week aged 72.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is pleased to announce that artist and arts manager, Marcus Desando, has been appointed as its new CEO.
The Goethe-Institut Johannesburg is looking for a freelance administrative project assistant for a 4-month period from beginning September to mid-December 2017. The assistant will be working on the Henrike Grohs Prize for African Artists. In September and December it will be a half-time position and October and November a full-time position. The application deadline is 14 July.
For the 11th year running, a group of thespians join forces to make their performance venue feel like ‘home’ for themselves and their audiences, for the 11 days of the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown from June 29 to July 9.
#CreativeUprising, the 5th ACT | UJ Creative Conference will engage with South African Art Education in its current state and possible future. This iteration of the conference is about unlearning and rethinking how we do things and present things. From curating a conference to how we talk about art education in South Africa, the aim of ACT | UJ Conference has been to share knowledge with the view of enabling, advancing and inspiring creative South Africa.
Arterial Network South Africa (ANSA), in partnership with the National Arts Festival, will host one of its popular #ArtOut events at the 2017 festival in Grahamstown.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency based in Johannesburg, seeks a dynamic and visionary leader.
The Music In Africa Foundation’s website www.musicinafrica.net is easily the fastest growing information and exchange web portal dedicated to the African music sector, reaching thousands of people every day. With hundreds of contributors across the globe and thousands of musicians registered on the website, the publication has a reputation of providing reliable and useful information for fans and music professionals on the continent.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) has announced that its CEO of seven years, Pieter Jacobs, will be leaving the organisation at the end of July 2017. read more…