UCT's School of Dance Calls for Papers
THRIVING ART BUSINESS IN KZN FOR SALE.
Adrian Steirn, an acclaimed wildlife and portrait photographer, has been accorded the status of 'Photographer-in-Residence' at WWF South Africa.
We were recently featured on Creative Cape Town for our new work with The BROADSHEET and our active Facebook and Twitter pages.
Below is Arterial Network Media Statement Responding to COSATU statements and the call for a cultural boycott of Swaziland:
The Art Collections library of Iziko Museums will host its annual book sale on 25 May 2011.
Jozi Art:lab will be showcasing the art of dance during the month of April.
The popular WitsMusic Wednesday Lunch-Hour Concerts programme for the second quarter from 4 May to 8 June.
From South Africa, via London, comes Warhorse, the extraordinarily successful theater and puppetry collaboration between Cape Town's Handspring Puppet Company and the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain. Warhorse is based on the celebrated novel by British writer Michael Morpurgo. Set in World War I, the novel speaks of the immense slaughter of soldiers on all sides told from the perspective of an English farm horse.
Wale 4.0 is to host a new theatre piece, directed by choreographer and performer, Athena Mazarakis in collaboration with The Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative.
More than 70 events for WALE 4.0's most ambitious and extensive programme yet.
Vuyani Dance Theatre (VDT) is back at the Apartheid Museum presenting 'Somehow Delightful' in celebration and commemoration of Youth Month.
The Fugard Theatre will mark the Lifetime Achievement Tony Award to Athol Fugard in New York on June 12 with a week of classic films based on the playwright's works this week, from 7 — 11 June.
The University of Johannesburg English Literary Award 2010
Prospective students, parents and interested parties are invited to a behind-the-scenes experience on Saturday, 14 May, from 08:00 to 14:00.
The Faculty of the Arts will be hosting guest speaker Leora Farber, Director of the University of Johannesburg's Faculty of Art Design and Architecture Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design.
From the Press Release: "A Book Fair with a line-up of authors and booksellers par excellence. We envisage a literary experience of Homeric proportions for all lovers of the spoken word.
WITS School of Arts have recently launched a new residency.
The Lovell Gallery Artists Competition deadline is looming.
The Thami Mnyele Foundation has put out an open call for an African Artist in Residence at their premises in Amsterdam.
CALL FOR ARTISTS TO PREPARE WORKS FOR NATIONAL THAMI MNYELE FINE ARTS COMPETITION
Strauss & Co's next auction will take place in Johannesburg on 16 May 2011.
The Siyabakhumbula Awards is intended to posthumously honour a number of extraordinary South Africans who changed the landscape of the country.
Popular speaker and author, Prof David Lewis-Williams of the Rock Art Research Institute at Wits University, will talk at Origins Centre on 17 May.
Print Media South Africa announced the winners of its first 'Design an Ad' competition which seeks to raise awareness among young people of the benefits of the print media at the 10th annual Mondi Shanduka Newspaper Awards at Turbine Hall, Johannesburg on 10 May 2011.
South African Arts Writers & Critics Association meeting
New writers are invited to apply for the second phase of the South African New Plays Writing Programme.
The deadline for the Reinhold Cassirer Award, funded by Nadine Gordimer, is fast approaching.
After the preview performances of The Bird Watchers on 10 and 11 May, Athol Fugard will answer questions from the audience about his latest play.
OPEN CALL: PUBLIC ART FOR THE THIRD PHASE OF THE
REA VAYA BUS RAPID TRANSIT STATIONS IN JOHANNESBURG (BRT 1C)
Adapting the Wheel: Cultural Policies for Africa is one of four publications to be launched by Arterial Network (AN) at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) in Zimbabwe.
A new round of indabas for the performing arts community is due to kick off.
An exciting April Public Holiday line-up is being offered by the Goethe-Institut.
A dance tour by Compagnie 7273 is the highlight of Pro Helvetia's programme in the second quarter of 2010. The tour, which showcases two contemporary dance pieces, also will appeal to audiences of all ages. 7273 will facilitate two workshops - one of which, 'Family Dance', seeks to reconnect parents and children. There also are music treats by the Mozambican-Swiss outift Watsamba M'Diou, which will tour the Southern African region. Both acts will make appearances at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (26 April - 1 May).
Advocacy and capacity building are the focus in a new Pro Helvetia programme for supporting the professional and contemporary arts in Southern Africa.
The Board of the Performers Organisation of South Africa Trust (POSA), led by Sibongile Khumalo, presented a petition to the office of the Minister of Trade and Industry on Monday, 6 June 2011.
The Playhouse Company proudly hosts its second Community Arts Festival in the Playhouse Loft Theatre from 5 to 21 May 2011.