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While the post is substantive, the incumbent will be required to assume the role of Research Professor in the Department for a period of five (5) years.
The Institute for Creative Arts’ 3rd Space Symposium is an interdisciplinary event that explores ideas around the imperative to decolonise the university, the role of the creative arts in provoking change, and the dialectic between the settled nature of academic curricula and the spontaneity of transformation.
Ashkal Alwan is pleased to announce the open call for applications to participate in the seventh edition of the Home Workspace Program (HWP) study program, taking place in Beirut from October 9th, 2017 through July 21st, 2018.
This role focuses on research and interpretation, requiring an individual with a high standard of accuracy, consistency, and creativity.
Are you a young cultural practitioner looking to develop and strengthen your cultural leadership skills? Then the Global Cultural Leadership Programme is designed just for you!
Art on Target and Underculture will be hosting an exhibition of all submitted works at Art on Target (2 Target Kloof, Walmer, Port Elizabeth) from Tuesday 23 May to Sat 10 June 2017, and a selected show at the National Arts Festival 2017 Fringe program (Trinity Hall, Hill Street) from Thursday 29 June to Sunday 9 July 2017. Thereafter, it will be shown at the GFI Gallery (Park Drive, Port Elizabeth).
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency, calls for applications from emerging arts administrators and recent arts graduates for a six-month full-time internship funded by The National Lotteries Commission (NLC).
Envisioning black futures, POC futures, queer & trans futures, feminist futures. The last twelve months have seen the fruition of a new wave of extreme right-wing political and ideological power in the West. In such a moment of dejection and exhaustion, we need images of tomorrow.
Recognising that diversity is important in achieving excellence, Rhodes University especially encourages South African members of underrepresented designated groups to apply.
A prestigious national craft competition will this year give South African crafters a wonderful opportunity to showcase their work.