The Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA) 17th Triennial Symposium on African Art, hosted by the University of Ghana’s Institute of African Studies (IAS) Triennial Symposium August 8 – 13, 2017 will be held on the University of Ghana, Legon campus. The symposium will begin with Museum Day on August 8, followed by panels and roundtable discussions from August 9 –13.
The ARP – Art Residency Project announces an open call for entries for its upcoming exhibition for emerging artists: OUR COMMUNITY/OUR FUTURE
We invite artists, artist groups, art collectives, gallerists & curators to submit a proposal for 30 m of running wall space in the Canteen restaurant at Arts on Main in which show art in any medium with the proviso that all the work is exhibition ready. Due to the nature of the business, we recommend framed works.
Imagnary House, a new boutique publishing house for children’s literature in Cape Town, is encouraging submissions from all African writers. Imagnary House focused on building a larger market for African children’s authors and illustrators by both igniting the local readership and engaging with international readers, rights’ and literary agents.
The artistic content of the exhibition « Museum ON/OFF » will be shown in a special edition on the theme re-thinking/re-inventing museums, in partnership with the Pompidou Center. (The curator of “Musée ON/OFF, Alicia Knock, will be co-editor of this issue).
Assemblage invites artists to apply to be part of a group exhibition during Art Week 2016 at the new Assemblage Exhibition Space.
Appointment of a Service Provider to Curate and Manage South Africa’s Participation in the 57th International Art Exhibition in Venice from 13 May 2017 to 26 November 2017
Goethe-Institut Project Space (GPS) is a multi-disciplinary roving project space that follows on GoetheOnMain, which was based at Arts On Main in Johannesburg from May 2009 to November 2016. The new programme will support work realized all over South Africa ranging from workshops to exhibitions, events and performances; including visual art, literature, film, music, dance and theatre projects.
After three years of a dynamic, successful season of Arts and Culture between South Africa and the UK, the award winning Creative Programme developed by the British Council, Connect ZA is now getting ready for the next exciting phase.
Assemblage will be launching its new Exhibition Space at 1 Marshall St in September 2016. Artists, organisations and collectives interested in using the space are invited to apply.
Tehran Beautification Organization will hold the 8th Tehran International Sculpture Symposium.
Mongolian Contemporary Art Support Association (MCASA) has launched an international call for the engagement of a curator and an artist for the performance art project NOMAD SPIRIT, to be organized in Mongolia. The project is funded by Swiss Development Agency and MCASA.
We invite artists, artist groups, art collectives, gallerists & curators to submit a proposal for space in which to show art in any medium including but not restricted to: performance, photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media, game, video, radio, fashion, jewellery design, art craft, functional art – and art we haven’t thought of yet.
Conte Magazine is a quarterly published themed arts magazine, focused on giving creatives from all genres the platform to submit their work for exposure.
ART WEEK JOBURG 2016 is launching an open call for events and exhibitions to be listed as part of this year's line-up.
The exhibition titled 1994 AD is an exhibition conceptualized to provide a platform for young artists. The theme is ''the emancipation of us'' and is an open interpretation call aimed at challenging artists to dialogue with their history, roots, independence and to present in a visual metaphor their aspirations, hopes and dreams.
The Literature Advisory Panel of the National Arts Council is hereby inviting applications from independent South African publishing houses and publishers for its special grant in the attempt to redress scarcity of leisure books in African languages.
Once again the internationally acclaimed Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative (FATC) @ Ebhudlweni Arts Center in Mpumalanga invites inspired & talented individuals within the arts sector across the country to apply!