South African-born artist Susanne du Toit, who recently scooped the prestigious 2013 BP Portrait Award, has joined the panel of judges for the first local iteration of the award, the Sanlam Private Investments (SPI) National Portrait Award.
The GoetheonMain project space becomes a satellite venue for hosting exhibitions, stagings and interventions related to JWTC, conceptualised by Zen Marie. Participants of the workshop are invited to extend their theoretical work space, through visual, audial, performed and spatial dimensions.
Three showcases of important South African work are on offer at this year's National Arts Festival, 27 June to 7 July 2013: a spotlight on the work of playwright Mike van Graan, acclaimed work from the Market Theatre, and new work produced by the PE Opera House and funded by the Eastern Cape Provincial Arts and Culture Council.
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Internationally acclaimed South African artist William Kentridge will be presenting five public lectures at Wits Theatre in Johannesburg, hosted by the Johannesburg Workshop in Theory and Criticism (JWTC) at Wits University.
My Joburg is part of a series of exhibitions dedicated to La Maison Rouge art scenes of "peripheral" cities, the cycle was initiated in 2011 with the City of Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada).
Infecting The City is a public arts festival that happens on the streets and various spaces of Cape Town, South Africa.
Creative industries – poverty reduction or profit leverage?
New and innovative artists who believe they have what it takes to make an impact in the art industry are encouraged to enter the 2013 Sasol New Signatures art competition before the closing date.
The auction floor at Stephan Welz & Co. in Cape Town last week was indeed 'Proudly South African', with two Maggie Laubser paintings and one Tretchikoff selling for over R1 million each, and an iconic Sydney Kumalo sculpture going for R728 000, nearly four times its estimated value.
25 years ago in February 1988 the first Dance Umbrella platform was presented.
Greenpop will be hosting FOREST IN FOCUS in Cape Town in June 2013.
Angola, exhibiting for the first time at the Venice Biennale, has been awarded the prestigious Golden Lion for the best national pavilion.
This unconventional concert will be performed every hour and half for the duration of the exhibition. In this project composers and sound artists were asked to compose an electronic piece of no more than ten minutes for a stereo speaker set-up.
The Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA) invites proposals for an interdisciplinary event, LAND, that will explore ideas around land and territory.
There are only three months left for artists to enter South Africa's first National Portrait Award, sponsored by Sanlam Private Investments (SPI).
Raél Jero Salley, in association with the University of Cape Town's Africa Month and hosted by Iziko Museums of South Africa and its Education and Public Programmes presents the contemporary art exhibition Promise.
In The New African Photography we see this fast changing continent through the eyes of its most acute observers: its photographers.
To feature work by Marina Abromovic entitled "the artist is present"
The !Kauru African Contemporary Art project 2013 Cultural Brokerage: Africa Imagined (Act 1) exhibition will open at the Pretoria Art Museum on 24 May 2013.
SANAA celebrates the African continent and its creativity, and provides a platform for artists to showcase their works to public through an event positioned to elevate the status and appeal of their creative expressions.
Shown for the first time in Johannesburg, Sabelo Mlangeni's photographic exhibition Isivumelwano: An Agreement comprises a series of photographs shot at various Southern African wedding ceremonies.
Frequently named as one of the world's top art collectors (June 2012, Art News) Laurence Graff has added to his already impressive collection with the purchase of Vladimir Tretchikoff's Chinese Girl painting.
Often characterized as "midcareer" awards, Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for men and women who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.
A striking number of iconic artworks by South Africa's foremost artists will lead Strauss & Co's South African and International Art sale at The Wanderers Club, Illovo, Johannesburg on 20 May 2013.
The Department of Arts and Culture and the National Arts Festival recently announced the initial line-up of artists for La Biennale di Venezia which opens at the end of May in Venice.