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Travel Grants to attend CIMAM 2013 Annual Conference in Rio de Janeiro.
5th annual, international, art-science, juried exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.(ASCI) to be held at the New York Hall of Science
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Information Sharing and Networking Seminar will take place at 3pm on 26 June at the Savoy Theatre in Port Elizabeth.
Deputy Director: Creative Industries - Craft, Visual Arts and Design
Iziko Museums of South Africa is seeking to appoint motivated employees in the following positions: Art Collections Curator of Contemporary Art, Collections Manager: Art, Registrar: Art Collections, Collection & Exhibitions Technical Assistant: Art, Collections & Registrar Assistant, Collections Manager, Senior Museum Educator (Art), Museum Educator and Institutional Advancement Fundraising Coordinator.
SMAC Art Gallery, Cape Town, is looking for a full-time Junior Curator. The successful candidate will be dynamic, presentable, have a strong work ethic and a keen interest in, and knowledge of, modern and contemporary art. Strong writing skills are essential, as is a desire and commitment to develop the position further.
Every year the Lepsien Art Foundation is tendering the International Grant Program “Emerging Talents” for Fine Art.
The Biennale will be pleased to receive application portfolios of African and African Diaspora contemporary artists. Thanks to all of you to spread largely this application call in your country to institutions, professionals, art schools, ministry of culture, art centres, etc.
The advent of the Internet and digitization of the image has brought about what appears to be a debatable democratization of the medium of photography. The 'WWW' has expanded what images we experience and the way we experience them. It changed the avenues for the embodiment, dissemination and consumption of images, opening new channels for expression, participation and exchange.