Discover that you have all the answers in you, if you make the time to listen. But how do we make time, and how do we slow down?
Three-day lecture series offered in build up to SPI Portrait Award.
Professional Practice in the Visual Arts: How to guide your career and navigate the industry; to be held in Bloemfontein, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Stellenbosch in June/July and Johannesburg in November 2013.
Sharpen your Advancement and fundraising tools at the Inyathelo Advancement Academy for NPOs
Presented in partnership with the Michaelis School of Fine Art, the Drawing Pleasure workshops are aimed at anyone who would like to discover their ability to draw and experience the pleasure of drawing in a supportive environment. Each workshop takes place over two consecutive evenings and will be facilitated by a skilled drawing tutor. Participants can register for one, two or all three workshops. Booking is essential.
We are excited to announce that people who are intending to make a submission for the 2013 Award are invited to apply to attend a workshop about developing a coherent visual narrative.
The Director General of the Department of Arts and Culture, Sibusiso Xaba, will attend the launch of a new partnership between Business and Arts South Africa and Shanduka Black Umbrellas’ Incubator Programme. At the same time, the much anticipated BASA Sponsorship Toolkit for the Arts will be unveiled.
The Business of Art at DAG: A Hands-on Course to Develop Skills to Enter the Art World
Business and Arts South Africa invites emerging Arts Organisations and Artists to a 1 day capacity building Workshop. The upcoming BASA Education Programme, supported by Etana Insurance, is not to be missed by arts practitioners. There is a new KwaZulu-Natal representative on the ground and an increased focus on the relevance, advancement and sustainability of the arts in the region.
We are very excited to be carrying out the second Dérive app workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa. In collaboration with the Maboneng Precinct situated on the eastern edge of Africa’s 4th largest, and richest city.