VANSA operates as a development agency for the visual arts in South Africa, promoting connection, access and innovation in our industry. This website has been developed as an up-to-the minute resource, providing information, advice and tools for artists, businesses and organisations, as well as providing a platform for research, awareness and discussion around key industry issues.
Niall Bingham in collaboration with Assemblage will be presenting an Introduction to Monotype Printmaking Workshop, on Saturday, 2 July 2011. The workshop will include both black and white printmaking as well as the addition of oil based colours.
AFRICA 101 is a project envisaged by the African Arts Institute (AFAI) for 2011: an AFRICAN ARTS CAMPUS from where a series of informal, part-time courses on Africa, African arts, culture and creative content will be presented, firstly to a South African public, but with the future vision to expand to an international cultural tourism market. AFAI is currently looking for independent facilitators for course subjects as listed below, with availability in Cape Town during August/September 2011.
The Gallery is dedicated to collaborations with under-represented artists and curators and to exhibiting arts practice that is evolving and experimental. Gallery of Light studio and research residencies support independent creative practice and aim to nurture dialogue between UAE artists and visiting practitioners. They allow time to explore ideas and realise new projects in a positive environment. Residencies are awarded competitively based upon current portfolio and a project statement considering the Gallery‘s location and focus as a not-for-profit community space.
Undergraduate Scholarship for Domestic and International student in Fine Arts at university of Canterbury in New Zealand 2011. Several scholarships are available annually to full-time students about to enter the final year of a BFA degree in the School of Fine Arts at the University of Canterbury.
A junior position as Gallery Assistant available at the Everard Read Gallery. Submission deadline is the 8th July 2011.
South Africa's online job portal that caters exclusively for the music, art, dance, media, fashion and entertainment industries.
Concerning the 2011 edition, after the selection of 5 candidates coming from South Africa, Cameroun and Nigeria, two of them succeeded in winning this competition. The winners are Victoria Samuel Udondian from Nigeria and Tamlyn Philippa Young From South Africa, Cape Town.
South Africa Lottery, an Open Letter by Ralph Freese: "I am deeply concerned – or more accurately, sick, tired and angry – about the failure of the National Lotteries Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF) and the National Lotteries Board (NLB) to live up to their mandate."
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The African Union’s New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Planning and Coordinating Agency, Arterial Network, Goethe Institute, University of Witwatersrand and the African Chapter of the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) are spearheading an arts education research project.