Research Fellow in Tangible/Intangible Heritage

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.


Curator of Traditional African Art - New York

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.


New course: Curating Exhibitions: The politics and aesthetics of display

Wits School of Arts is offering a new Honours- / Masters-level course in “Curating Exhibitions”, in the second semester of 2011. The course can be taken as an elective within the existing Honours/ MA programmes in WSOA.


VANSA Gauteng Internship call

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.


Kunstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral

Call for application for the Balmoral Scholarships and the Foreign and Exchange Scholarships for 2012. The application period for 2012 scholarships end 4th of July 2011 (date of postmark).


International Low-Residency MFA Program

TRANSART INSTITUTE seeks to attract independent, inquisitive and imaginative artists to fill the remaining spaces on its low-residency MFA program. In a uniquely international setting, Transart offers an accredited two-year course for working artists, teachers and all professionals in related fields who are seeking advancement in visual arts and new media.


International Fellowship Programme Studio14

In 2011, with the start of the International Fellowship Programme Studio14, the centre for contemporary art HALLE 14 will for the first time award two residency fellowships to artists. The programme invites artists from around the world to work for three months (June 30 - September 30, 2011) in a studio at the world-famous Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei.



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 director@greatmoreart.org,


Vacancy at the Market Photo Workshop

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.


International Fund for Cultural Diversity: Call for Applications

UNESCO launches the second call for applications for funding from the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD).


Market Photo Workshop: The Tierney Fellowship

The Tierney Fellowship at the Market Photo Workshop is a one year mentorship based grant for a photographer to produce an accomplished body of work.


Western Cape Dept for Cultural Affairs and Sport: Call for Proposals

Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport is calling for applications for Arts and Culture Project funding. Closing date: Tuesday, 23 May 2011 at 15:00. No late applications will be considered.


International Art Calls: Fundacion Botin. Spain

Fundacion Botin, a Spanish institution created in 1964, launches a call for the Visual Arts Grants and the Art Workshop to be directed by Paul Graham. The call is international in both cases.


Henry Moore Institute: Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship

The Henry Moore Institute invites applications for a two-year fellowship, beginning in Autumn 2011. Based at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, the focus of the Fellow’s research should be the study of pre-twentieth-century sculpture in the expanded field, paying particular attention to the ways in which history is engaged with in the present.


Stellenbosch University Seeks Lecturer in Studio Practice (REF. LSW18/90/0311)

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.


Distell Arts and Culture Co-ordinator

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.


VANSA WESTERN CAPE Internship Opportunity

VANSA in the Western Cape is offering an internship. The successful candidate will manage and curate the SPIN Space Gallery, and Project Manage a Course for Collectors. Please send your CV and a short letter of motivation to hellovansa@vansa.co.za by 4p.m. on 6 April 2011 – subject line Internship.


Fayoum Art Center Residency Program 2011

Away from the culturally saturated capital Cairo, the Fayoum Art Center is launching a new residency program “The Fayoum Arts Center Residency Program” (FACRP) for artists from all over the globe. FACRP aims to create an adequate creative environment for all the resident visual artists, performers, musicians, and writers. There is no age nor nationality restrictions, the Center is offering six rooms for residency, two well-equipped studio spaces, a common big kitchen and a big outdoor space. or more information about the program please contact the Program manager: resfayoum@gmail.com


Assistant Director (Photographer)

Government Communications (GCIS) requires the services of a qualified and experienced photographer at its Pretoria head office. The job entails long working hours over weekends and public holidays. The applicant must be prepared to travel long distances countrywide and internationally.



The National Arts Council invites individuals and registered organisations active in theatre, dance, crafts, literature, music, multi-discipline and visual arts to submit their applications for project funding. Applications are invited for projects that will impact on the arts in the society/ communities.

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