The Market Photo Workshop in partnership with The Tierney Family Foundation realise the importance of creating opportunities for photographers to cultivate the development of photographers and photography as a medium.
The Market Photo Workshop, with the support of the Department of Arts and Culture, has developed an opportunity for practicing photographers to refine and expand their practice.
This summer, in partnership with RAW Material Company, ICI will organize the Curatorial Intensive in Dakar, Senegal.
Learn about challenges for cultural managers around the world, acquire management skills and gain direct insights into four arts organizations. Share your ideas with an international learning community and obtain a certificate.
TEXTILE DESIGN TRAINING FOR Unemployed/Aspiring Fashion/Graphic & Textile Designers, Artists & Entrepreneurs in the Design field.
The Gordon Institute for Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA) is pleased to announce several Fellowships available for 2016.
In fulfillment of its objectives, Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, has over the past four years presented an innovative programme of exhibitions, talks, seminars, workshops and events reaching out to local and international audiences. CCA, Lagos is an independent organisation that receives no government support and has no institutional affiliations. Our programmes come out of the need to build local support structures for art production, critical thought and to provide a supportive framework that encourages and advances the individual research and production of participants. We do not offer degrees or certificates.
Artucation Programme: Looking for Drama, Film and Visual Arts interns for the Arts Education Programme with schools in the city of Johannesburg.
20 Bursaries are available for the Web & Interactive Media Full Time Course, and the Full Time Game Design Course.
The Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at UJ invites applications for postdoctoral fellowships and postgraduate scholarships for art historians and visual culture theorists seeking to be part of a dynamic research programme overseen by Prof Brenda Schmahmann, SARChI holder of the Chair in South African Art and Visual Culture.
ART HISTORY, VISUAL STUDIES, STUDIO PRACTICE AND CURATORIAL STUDIES
Applications Invited. Full Scholarships available.
Since the Lizamore & Associates Mentorship Programme started in 2008, it has seen exponential growth. Launched with only R 10 000-00 of seed funding from Rand Merchant Bank, the project has been realized with the full sponsorship of Lizamore & Associates and the voluntary time of committed artists, arts administrators and curators.
Many young South Africans, excited by new technologies, long to prove their creativity in fields such as digital design - but their career dreams are often thwarted by monetary constraints. To assist students with the potential to shine as visual communicators, Friends of Design Academy of Digital Arts is working with MICT SETA, who have budgets for fully funded bursaries to the value of R69, 000 to invest in a brighter future for South Africa’s young creatives. Transport will be covered for all students.
The Van Eyck invites artists, designers, photographers, (landscape) architects, curators, writers, and critics to apply for a residency at the Jan van Eyck Academie for 4 up to 12 months.
Applications are now open for the second, year-long Business and Arts South Africa Education Programme, supported by RMB.
The African Arts Institute is now accepting applications from young cultural entrepreneurs who operate in Townships of the Greater Western Cape Region in South Africa to take part in a new Cultural Accelerator.
Open School East is for emerging artists with or without a BA, MA or formal artistic qualification, who are seeking to engage in a critical environment for artistic learning. Applicants are selected on the following criteria: artistic quality; a recognised need to access free and non-conventional education; a genuine interest in and ability to work collaboratively, be self-directed and to enter into a meaningful dialogue with local audiences and publics from further afield.
As of September 2015 Assemblage will have three studio spaces to offer to 3 worthy applicants. Artists who are serious about their careers but who are limited by their resources and are in need of support and community are invited to apply for an Assemblage studio bursary.