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Service provider to curate and manage South Africa’s participation in the 58th International Arts Exhibition in Venice
A PENETRATING WORK ON URBAN SOCCER WINS THE COUNTRY’S MOST SUPPORTIVE ART AND DESIGN PRIZE FOR EMERGING CREATIVES
LETTER: THAT WE STILL ARGUE AGAINST ‘SOFT DEGREES’ AND THE HUMANITIES IN TERTIARY EDUCATION, IS UNACCEPTABLE
BASA RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM 2018: PRESENTING 20 YEARS OF LEARNINGS, RESEARCH AND BEST PRACTICE BY DIVERSE BUSINESS AND ARTS PARTNERSHIPS.
NEW PRIZE FOR AFRICAN ARTISTS IS A CALL FOR REFLECTION AND ACTION: HENRIKE GROHS ART AWARD TO BE LAUNCHED IN ABIDJAN
Brandishing the old apartheid flag does not advance the cause for social cohesion and nation building
NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES TO SERVE ON THE COUNCILS OF PERFORMING ARTS INSTITUTIONS (CULTURAL INSTUTUTIONS)
Are you the next winner of the Sasol New Signatures art competition? Two weeks to go until entries close!
The Bag Factory is looking for young emerging artists to apply for the Visiting Artist Residency Programme
JUNK STATUS – Different Futures, Different Opportunities? Panel Presentation, supported by a discussion note, facilitated by Business and Arts South Africa (NPC)
Speech by Minister Nathi Mthethwa at the Arts and Culture 2017/18 Budget Vote, Parliament, Cape Town
Baxter Theatre Centre launches its public fundraising initiative, the 40/80 Campaign, as the iconic theatre prepares to celebrate its 40th birthday in August
Applications Extended to 15 Feb – Up Skill and Inspirational BASA Established Education programme, supported by RMB