Prints on Paper is excited to announce its last set of workshops for 2016. Coming up in October and November 2016 we have Drypoint and surface rolling, Watercolour and Linocut printmaking, Colour linocut printmaking and an introduction to Stencil Silkscreening.
On behalf of the newly constituted UCT Curriculum Change Working Group (CCWG) we would like to invite you to participate in an open Imbizo on various aspects of "curriculum" in particular in relation to the critical issues raised by the various student movements across the curriculum. The space will be facilitated by students as is being planned by students on the committee.
DALRO (The Dramatic, Artistic & Literary Rights Organisation) will be hosting a short presentation about copyright protection for visual artists and DALRO's role in the visual arts sector.
Intaglio studio based at The Bijou, Observatory, Cape Town will be holding a series of weekend workshops giving introductory classes in linocut, etching and transferring prints onto ceramics.
This application is for a funded studio space for 1 artist as of 01 August 2016 until 31 May 2017.
Join Orms Cape Town School of Photography for a diverse series of lectures, talks, workshops and short courses.
Due to popular demand Prints on Paper will be hosting more printmaking workshop soon. Sign up for all workshops, for just one workshop or for a selection of workshops
Who are you? What's your artistic practise and/or business service? Do people around you know what you do?
Together with the Visual Arts Network of South Africa (VANSA), People's Education are running an intervention around secondary school art teaching practices.
The Department of Arts and Culture ( DAC) will be hosting a workshop on Women in the Arts on the 31st March 2016 in Gauteng, as part of the implementation of the of the Mzansi Golden Economy, to empower the women in the arts. The delegates will be granted an opportunity and platform to engage with different government departments. The workshop will be done in collaboration with the Gauteng Department of SACR.