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.
Between the two equinoxes, when there are a few less mosquitoes, there is a slot for a visiting artist/artisan at Mezimbite to work with wood and other forest materials to make wonderful things.
The Reinhold Cassirer award at the Bag Factory, funded by Nadine Gordimer, offers an emerging South African artist, in the field of drawing or painting, under the age of 35 the opportunity to spend a period of approximately three months at the Bag Factory's studios.
Seminar Invitation for Artists, Arts Administrators & Grant Administrators 12 & 13 March 2012 Hosted by The Bag Factory, Johannesburg
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Faculty of Humanities. Wits School of Arts – Division of Visual Arts.
VANSA KZN Presents "THE WRITERS WORKHOP" to be held on 18 & 19 FEBRUARY 2012 at THE COLLECTIVE by PETER MACHEN. Peter Machen is one of South Africa's leading arts writers. Multi-talented Machen is also a layout artist and publication designer, photographer and editor. He has written for the following publications: the Weekend Witness, Independent on Saturday, Sawubona, Metrobeat, and various other publications and websites. He has produced a range of publications for numerous clients, including the British Council, eThekwini Municipality and the KZNSA Gallery. He also regularly exhibits his work in photographic exhibitions.
The National Arts Council invites individuals and registered organisations active in theatre, dance, crafts, literature, music, multi-discipline and visual arts to submit their applications for project funding. Applications are invited for projects that will impact on the arts in the society/ communities.
Applications are invited for a three-month arts administration internship at the Arts & Culture Trust (ACT).