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TCOE: From R712 395 p.a. - Ref. TEM 4/12 - Requirements: B. Degree or equivalent - at least 5 years at a Management level.
Pro Helvetia Cape Town, the Swiss Arts Council, invites applications from Southern African arts practitioners (including curators, event organisers,and mediators) from all disciplines (Visual Arts, Theatre, Dance, Music, Literature) for studio and research residencies in Switzerland in 2012/13.
Fabric as an Art Medium workshop to be held on the 1st – 3rd February 2012 at Thapong Visual Arts Centre, Gaborone, Botswana.
For artists and humanists, these are extraordinary times: our sense of “the human” is undergoing remarkable transformations, with implications for the future of all life on the planet. But has “humanism” been part of the problem all along? How should we think differently–about the species and the biosphere–if we are going to avoid realizing our deepest dystopian fears?
ARC Magazine’s 2012 internship program is now open and seeking to appoint new candidates, preferably university students and recent graduates who have a vested interest in Visual art, Art History, Media & Cultural Studies and Journalism.
Art South Africa is seeking to employ an online and staff writer.
The KwaZulu Natal Department of Arts and Culture is inviting all interested Artists to take part in the ARTS INDABA.
Assemblage is collaborating on a project with Urban Arts Platform, Ansteys Kids and curator Portia Malatjie, which will culminate in an exhibition at the GoetheonMain and Ansteys Building in mid 2012.
Assemblage in collaboration with Brendan Copestake will be presenting a one day basic web design workshop in February 2012.
Warren Editions, as a professional printmaking studio in Cape Town, invites printmakers, students and/or individuals interested in the print medium to participate in an internship. Over the course of two months, interns will work alongside the WE team on the projects that the studio is busy with at the time.