Two programmes of contemporary dance by five choreographers from the Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative at Wits from June 8 to 11.
Dance Umbrella 2012 - the 24th platform for new Contemporary Dance and Choreography is scheduled to run from February 17 to March 4, 2012.
The Fugard Theatre pays a week long classic film tribute to Athol Fugard on occasion of his Lifetime Achievement Tony Award from 7 — 11 June.
The popular Cape Town Edge marks its fifth birthday this year with a daily celebration of comedy, music, family and physical theatre.
The Africa Centre, together with artist in residency programmes in Australia, Brazil, Ethiopia, Finland, Netherlands, Turkey and the United States of America have partnered to launch a new Artist in Residency Programme (AIR).
The National Arts Council of South Africa hereby invites all competent, suitably qualified and interested persons to serve as members.
The application period for 2012 scholarships begins on the 2nd of May and runs until the 4th of July 2011 (date of postmark).
Entries for the 14th Annual Business Day BASA Awards, supported by Anglo American, close on May 20.
The African Arts Institute (AFAI) is calling on African arts and culture organisations to attend the 5th World Summit on Arts and Culture in Melbourne, Australia during October 2011.
The deadline for South Africa's premier arts and business awards has been extended an extra week to Friday, May 27, due to demand.
SA's Andile Ndlovu scooped the silver medal at the Boston International Ballet Competition on Monday night.
The South African Institute for Advancement have put out a call for nominations for the Inyathelo Award for Philanthropy in the Arts.
On 5 May at 17:30 three prominent authors, Henrietta Rose-Innes, Rustum Kozain and Gabeba Baderoon, will discuss a favourite literary page as part of the Great Texts / Big Questions lecture series.
ALUMNI EXHIBITION and AUCTION
Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town
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Sarah Spring will be presenting a book binding Workshop on Saturday, 11 May 2011.
A young Actonville soccer champion's trip to US was clinched at the veterans' soccer stand-off this weekend.
On the eve of GIPCA's 'the names we give' symposium, the Great Texts / Big Questions lecture on 12 May at 17:30 will see director of Iziko South African National Gallery Riason Naidoo in a verbal duel with art critic and former editor of Art South Africa Sean O'Toole.
The Artscape Theatre Centre celebrates Youth Month with the inaugural Umbiyozo Youth Festival from 1 to 19 June 2011.
The African Cities Reader is a biennial publication that brings together contributors from across Africa and the world to challenge the prevailing depiction of urban life on the continent and redefine cityness, Africa-style
Michaelis Galleries, in association with GIPCA, is presenting The Underground, the Surface and the Edges, an exhibition on from 15 June to 2 July.
The Board of Trustees of the Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) has approved nine festivals for support through the ACT Festivals Programme.
This is again making art accessible at no cost to as many people as possible throughout the duration of the National Arts Festival from 30 June to 10 July.
A retrospective exhibition of the artist Vladimir Tretchikoff will open to the public at the Iziko South African National Gallery on 26 May until 25 September.
The FADA Collaborations/Articulations Exhibition, curated and initiated by artist and writer Brenden Gray, presents new works and collaborative projects instigated by creative practitioners in the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA), University of Johannesburg.
The National Arts Festival launched its MAIN programme line-up, with headliners and history on the bill.
The 2011 Absa Fugard Festival is back
Over the past 21 years the Market Laboratory has established itself as a leading theatre skills training institution in Southern Africa.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is recognising and celebrating excellence in South African arts, culture and creativity.
Newly returned to Cape Town, artist Simon Gush has wasted no time and been awarded a Donald Gordon Creative Arts Fellowship
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London has also the oldest museum photography collection in the world. In 2011 it will showcase the work of 17 South African photographers
First released in 1983 under the name Multi-Tool Word, the word processing application Microsoft Word has become an ersatz design tool for many. Michelle Son used this insight to create her first art installation.
Artright is a new online professional resource for the visual arts community due to launch in February 2011. Art South Africa spoke with the project's co-founders, Brendan Copestake and Joseph Gaylard.
Last year Nadav Kander, an Israeli-born photographer who grew up in South Africa, won the prestigious Prix Pictet for his essay on the Yangtze River. His photographs go on show in Berlin in January
For many years interested in writing from South Africa, in 2002 the German literary scholar and translator Indra Wussow was introduced to South African art by way of an encounter with the work Jane Alexander. Now based in Johannesburg for large parts of the year, Wussow hasn't entirely forsaken her desirable North Sea address, having transformed it into a haven for South African artists, writers and poets
Belinda Blignaut, Stuart Bird and Linda Stupart are jointly interrogating the violence and pathos of everyday life in a new exhibition
The 2010 Michaelis Graduate Show opened to a full house last night, Jared Ginsburg winning the Michaelis Prize for his two-part presentation comprising a large-scale monochromatic projection and recreation of the artist's studio
When painter Gerard Sekoto won the 1991 Vita Art Award, he opted to generously donate his prize money to future generations of young South Africans