Arterial Network South Africa (ANSA) is hosting the PARTY YOUR #ARTOUT: WHITE PAPER EDITON on Monday 5 December. #ArtOut is a regular event hosted by ANSA that brings artists and arts practitioners together to discuss, articulate and champion the role of the arts in our society. #ArtOut encourages everyone to speak your #ArtOut about key
The 2016 Arts Journalism of the Year Award winners were announced this morning at a ceremony at Nando’s Central Kitchen in Johannesburg. A partnership between the National Arts Festival (NAF) and Business and Arts South Africa (BASA), these awards recognise excellence in journalism that explores and celebrates the arts and creativity across a number of
If you listen to or play live music, you are likely to be happier and healthier! That’s one of the research findings showcased in the latest report on South African live music audiences published this week by SA-Norwegian live music development project, Concerts SA.
Among the six legends presented with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 19th Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Awards was constitutional and creative crusader, Albie Sachs, who was honoured for his commitment to democracy, arts and culture in the country, often under exceptionally trying circumstances. Photograph: John Hogg
A Sophiatown theme and exceptional entertainment set the tone at Sun International’s The Maslow Hotel last night, when ACT named their Award winners. At the core of the Awards, is the announcement of Lifetime Achievement recipients who have each had a lifelong commitment to the arts, and this year, six deserving luminaries were recognised.
The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) will revisit the epicentre of 1940’s and 50’s South African jazz and blues culture at their 19th annual ACT Awards. The ACT Awards, which will be held on 21 October at Sun International’s The Maslow Hotel in Sandton will bestow Lifetime Achievement Awards on six of the country’s arts
The Visual Arts Network of SA (VANSA) with the support of the Department of ArtS & Culture launches the Best Practice Guide for Visual Arts 2016. The Best Practice Guide was developed out of the need to share and develop industry practices that would support healthy and ethical relationships and transactions between practitioners in the
A sculpture by distinguished artist Evette Weyers will be auctioned off in aid of the benevolent fund – actress Lizz Meiring will be the auctioneer! The Theatre Benevolent Fund would be most grateful if you consider attending the auction.
The Minister of Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa hereby invites members of the arts fraternity and the general public to nominate persons to serve as Council members of the National Arts Council (NAC) in terms of the National Arts Council Act, 1997 (Act No. 56 of 1997).
The call for papers to the International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network’s (ITYARN) Conference and ASSITEJ International Focus Days at the Cradle of Creativity, in partnership with the National Arts Council (South Africa), set to take place in May 2017, will close on 15 September 2016.