VANSA operates as a development agency for the visual arts in South Africa, promoting connection, access and innovation in our industry. This website has been developed as an up-to-the minute resource, providing information, advice and tools for artists, businesses and organisations, as well as providing a platform for research, awareness and discussion around key industry issues.
Newsflash!!!! PANSA Western Cape to host an exciting Dror Feiler Workshop!!!! Come spend 2 intimate and creative hours with an international Arts Activist!!!
Warren Editions will be running 5 amazing printmaking workshops from June - October 2015.
The University of Leuven (KU Leuven, Lieven Gevaert Research Centre for Photography) and Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (M HKA) search to employ a PhD-candidate (full time / 2 (+2) years appointment, 2015-2019). The research will be conducted under the supervision of Prof. dr. Hilde Van Gelder (KU Leuven), dr. Mieke Bleyen (KU Leuven), and dr. Edwin Carels (M HKA).
The Rhodes University Fine Art Department is seeking and individual for temporary teaching in Art History and Visual Culture or related field.
Public Sessions / Free entrance | Wed 27 May Soweto & Thu 28 May 2015 Pretoria
Join us for a late afternoon rooftop braai and drinks at the KingKong Jozi King Kong Building on Monday 25 May to celebrate the launch of the inaugural Boda Boda Lounge Project publication!
If you are interested in Portraiture or thinking of entering the Sanlam Portrait Award 2015 then attend this information session
ASSITEJ SA (the national centre of the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People) is looking for unemployed university graduates with a background in Arts and Culture Management for a year-long internship at our offices at the National School of the Arts, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, starting 1 July 2015.
Infecting The City unfolds on the streets and various other public spaces in the Central Business District (CBD) of Cape Town. The Festival provides an unusual opportunity for visual art, music, dance and performance to leave the confines of theatres and galleries to engage with or disrupt Cape Town’s daily movements. The Festival's programme challenges audiences, shifts perspectives and helps to make sense of the public spaces we occupy.