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Supported by Standard Bank and Business and Arts South Africa the Out the Box Festival of Puppetry & Visual Performance will run in Cape Town from 20 to 28 March. The festival once again promises to fire the imaginations of audiences of all ages.
While many may question the relevance of a financial institution as one of the main sponsors of Design Indaba, for Absa, who has sponsored the international design summit for the past three years, the answer is easy. Itâ€™s because they place innovation at the core of all they do as a brand.
The annual SBNYJF will take place at its usual venue, concurrent with the National Arts Festival, and applications for the course are invited from young jazz players who would like to participate, and be considered for selection to the National Jazz Bands.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) of which Nedbank, is a founding Trustee, showcased Development Grant recipients in KZN recently.
piece is coming to Design Indaba to present a collection of unique jewellery, conceptualised and customised for the live broadcast of M-Net Face of Africa Finals held in Feb 2010 in Lagos.
The 2010 Festival opens on 15 March and runs until Saturday 20th March at various venues at the NSA, the newly refurbished Alexander Theatre, and two venues in the Joburg Theatre, the space.com and the Fringe (previously the Tesson.)
Presented by Showtime Australia, Hotel California â€“ the Eagles Experience is a faithful recreation of The Eagles' Hell Freezes Over Tour of the early 1990's when their music transcended the boundaries of rock, R&B and country, and also includes renditions of some of their earlier chart-topping hits.
The Minister of Arts and Culture, Ms Lulu Xingwana invites members of the media to a launch of a Language Awareness campaign. As part of governmentâ€™s efforts to develop and promote South Africaâ€™s 11 official languages, the national language policy framework and implementation plan were developed and adopted in 2003.
The 2010 Flux Trend Review... powered by BlackBerry will track the ripple effect of the global economic meltdown, the consumer revolution that has been sparked off as a result, the technology that has provided the tools for change, as well as the massive shift of social and business dynamics that are altering the journey ahead.
Artists aged between 21 and 35 are invited to submit entries for the continentâ€™s richest art award for young artists â€“ the annual Absa Lâ€™Atelier competition which carries prizes to the value of R400 000.