On Thursday 25th and Friday 26th of January 2018 the Humanities Department of the Open University the Netherlands organises the international conference ‘The Icon as Cultural Model: Past, Present and Future’. We cordially invite scholars from various disciplines to send in their abstract for paper presentations.
Proposals from relevant disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields that demonstrate relevance to the themes and subject matter outlined below will be considered. Proposals from practitioners, organisations and interested parties in all cultural domains are welcome.
#creativeintersections is an interactive two day conference and learning forum presenting interdisciplinarity as an alternate way of thinking and problem solving. School yourself through presentations, panel discussions, interview segments, structured networking activities, workshops and brainstorming breakaways that will activate practical engagement with interdisciplinarity.
The Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA) presents: THE THIRD SPACE SYMPOSIUM. 13-15 May 2016
The objective of the conference is to construct a new, creative road map where academic disciplines can physically and figuratively cross boundaries; highlighting “intersections” where new mediums, theories and connections can be identified and made. Centered around discussions on interdisciplinarity, intercultural dialogue and innovative technology that helps to enable the growth and spread of these terms, #creativeintersections proposes to engage delegates with new networks outside of their existing circles or disciplines.
The Drama for Life (DFL) Africa Research Conference constitutes one of the foremost platforms for applied drama, drama therapy, arts education, performance studies, performance ethnography, research and practice on the African continent. It aims to create an inter-continental and international dialogue about the significant role drama, theatre and performance can play in human rights and social justice. For the past seven years Drama for Life has hosted and organised the international Africa Research Conference in conjunction with varied partners, developing networks and partnerships between artists, development facilitators, therapists, educators and academics working within applied drama, drama therapy, arts education, performance studies and performance ethnography.
The Creative Exchange is a student-led conference hosted by the Wits School of Art. The conference works towards creating a platform for an interdisciplinary discussion of conceptual and intellectual positions that are not always made room for within the academic institution.
Cultural and Creative Industry Federation of SA KZN General Councillors to establish Provincial Sector Councils.
After a highly contested election CCIFSA announces its inaugural office bearers to serve on its board.
The cultural and creative industries will vote for their leadership in the Cultural and Creative Industries Federation of South Africa elective conference.
Remaking Place, a symposium on public art will be presented by the Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA) from 8 to 14 March 2015.
The ACT|UJ Arts & Culture Conference, taking place from 8-10 March 2015, offers great opportunities for entrepreneurs working in creative industries.
Arts and Culture to sponsor ACT | UJ Arts & Culture Conference registration through Mzansi Golden Economy. The Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) is proud to support the Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) and University of Johannesburg Arts & Culture Conference under the theme “Creatives Make It Happen.” The conference, presented in partnership with the British Council Connect ZA, will take place from 08 – 10 March 2015 at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in Gauteng.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), and UJ Arts & Culture, will present the third ACT | UJ Arts & Culture Conference, in March 2015 at the University of Johannesburg (UJ). Presented in partnership with the British Council Connect ZA, and entitled Creatives Make It Happen, the conference will run from the 8 - 10 March.
Arterial Network’s African Creative Economy Conference (ACEC) is an annual gathering that highlights the role of culture in sustainable development. Co-hosted by the Association Racines/ Arterial Network Morocco, the 4th edition of the ACEC will take place in Rabat, at the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco, from 13 to 15 November 2014.
Call for Conference Papers: ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE AND THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN: VISION FOR 2030
2014 International Conference on Arts, Culture, Heritage and the National Development Plan: Vision for 2030
The Visual Arts Department of the University of Pretoria calls for participation in a post- graduate practice-led research event and conference, Shifts 3-18 April 2014.
THE Eastern Cape Institute of Architecture’s (ECIA) aspirations for its first ever Urban Assembly are ambitious and aim to make high impact on the city of Nelson Mandela Bay and further afield.
CCAA Thursday Afternoon Research Seminars: Curator for Education at National Museum of African Art, Deborah Stokes
CCAA Thursday Afternoon Research Seminars: Curator for Education at the National Museum of African Art (Smithsonian Institution, Washington), Deborah Stokes will present on the museum as an institutional platform for social engagement and healing
The Faculty of the Arts of the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is proud to invite you to a Seminar in the Advanced Research Seminar Series, 2013.