The Centre for Film and Media Studies (CFMS) in the Faculty of Humanities wishes to appoint a suitable candidate to the above post to oversee its flagship undergraduate Screen Production Programme.
The Sibikwa Arts Centre, an NGO based in Benoni, seeks to employ an Artistic Director to take over from the current Director. Deadline: 29 July 2011
Keleketla! Library is looking for a part-time After School Programme Coordinator in Arts & Media projects for youth.
HumanEarth is a series of exhibitions centered around the theme of human interaction with nature, to raise awareness for the ways in which we harm the planet and also the ways that we are living in harmony with it.
After successfully steering Greatmore Art Studios for two and a half years, Kate Tarrat Cross is vacating the post of Director to pursue new development opportunities. Greatmore Studios thus seeks a new Director who can build on the solid foundations laid and give inspired leadership and direction to its work.
DEPARTMENT-Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture. DIVISION-Arts, Culture and Heritage. SALARY-R144576 to R187668 per annum (Plus benefits)
AFRICA 101 is a project envisaged by the African Arts Institute (AFAI) for 2011: an AFRICAN ARTS CAMPUS from where a series of informal, part-time courses on Africa, African arts, culture and creative content will be presented, firstly to a South African public, but with the future vision to expand to an international cultural tourism market. AFAI is currently looking for independent facilitators for course subjects as listed below, with availability in Cape Town during August/September 2011.
A junior position as Gallery Assistant available at the Everard Read Gallery. Submission deadline is the 8th July 2011.
South Africa's online job portal that caters exclusively for the music, art, dance, media, fashion and entertainment industries.
The African Union’s New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Planning and Coordinating Agency, Arterial Network, Goethe Institute, University of Witwatersrand and the African Chapter of the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) are spearheading an arts education research project.
Candidates are invited to apply for an exciting new position of Curator at the Artist Proof Studio Gallery. This is a great opportunity for someone to exercise their curating, sales and marketing skills, while also working within a vibrant community of printmakers and artists.
The Bag Factory is looking for two assistant or student curators who are interested in being involved in curating two separate exhibitions at Bag Factory. Applicants will be expected to:
Applications are invited for a Research Fellowship in the field of heritage broadly conceived. You should hold a PhD in a field related to the Heritage/Museum sector, with a research profile that demonstrates a sustained theoretical orientation that is simultaneously grounded in material practice.
The Museum for African Art is accepting applications for a Curator of Traditional African Art. Applicants should have experience working in a museum and have completed a Ph.D. in Art History or Anthropology with an emphasis on African Art.
VANSA’s Johannesburg office is calling for applications from young motivated individuals for the position of curatorial intern on an exciting project we are in the process of developing.
Greatmore Studios, a NGO art organisation in Woodstock, Cape Town has a vacancy for an Intern. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting with marketing and communications. He/she will also be tasked with data-capturing and other administrative duties including project based work. The deadline is on the 10th May 2011. To apply, please send your CV and a brief letter of motivation to email@example.com,
The Market Photo Workshop requires the services of a Manager to ensure effective strategic and operational management of the training, public and development programmes. This person will also be responsible for implementing and evaluating projects and project outcomes, as well as driving and developing strategic operations and projects.
Requirements: Master’s degree in Fine Arts or an equivalent qualification • active involvement as an art practitioner in the Fine Arts field • proven skills in teaching, research and community interaction • the ability to promote innovation, creativity and critical thinking amongst undergraduate and postgraduate students • experience in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels within the Higher Education sector.
Applications are invited for this Contract position (Ref: DIS417) based in Distell's Corporate Affairs Dept. in Stellenbosch. The successful applicant will report to the Head of Distell's Arts and Culture programme. The duration of the contract is one year.