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ASAI launches its new website

Lecturers and Talks at UCT 31 July 2012

ABSA KKNK 2013: Welcomes all Production Applications

The Absa KKNK would appreciate receiving any production proposals for the nineteenth festival which will run in Oudtshoorn from Friday, 29 March to Saturday, 6 April 2013.

Autumn Curatorial Residency at Node Center Berlin

The Node Center for Curatorial Studies Residency is a program lasting twelve intensive weeks, designed for international emerging curators who wish to expand their professional practice by developing projects in Berlin in a collaborative environment.

Spier Arts Academy - Call for Applications 2013

The Spier Arts Academy offers employment-based training in professional mosaic. Apply now for 2013.

Iziko Museums seeking to appoint motivated employees

The Iziko Museum is seeking to appoint motivated employees in the following positions: Personal assistant to the ceo, Human resources manager, Cashbook administrator, Curator of prints and drawings, Curator of contemporaty paintings & sculpture, Collections & exhibitions technical assistant, Print and production coordinator, Assistant librarian, Conservation assistant

A MAZE. Interact Festival - South Africa 2012

A MAZE. goes Johannesburg. For the first time: A MAZE. Interact Festival in South Africa. From August 28th to September 2nd 2012 the A MAZE.

Biennial Necessities - after the Bible and WB Yeats

On the 11th of July, the Parking Gallery with guest curator Clare Butcher, will host a discussion about the future of the Johannesburg Biennial.

Herbert Evans Annual Sale

28 July - 9 September 2012

Market Photo Workshop Vacancy: PDP Manager

The management of the curriculum, trainng, resources and projects to ensure proper and relevant education – and the achievement and fulfilment of strategic objectives of the PDP in particular and in broad those of the Market Photo Workshop.

Antonis Pittas at the Parking Gallery on Wed 4 July, 2012

For the month of July, the Parking Gallery will host an archive and discussion programme running alongside the exhibition If A Tree…, opening on the 5th of July, 2012 at Stevenson Johannesburg. The exhibition sets out to investigate the ripple effects and possible trajectories of the 2nd Johannesburg Biennial (1997), and forms part of Stevenson’s Trade Routes Project. To launch the events and archival interventions taking place at the Parking Gallery, Antonis Pittas, a visiting artist included in the exhibition, will be giving a talk.

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