THE ARTS & CULTURE TRUST (ACT) ANNOUNCES THE OPEN CALL DATE OF THE ACT THUTHUKISANI PROGRAMME CYCLE 2, PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY NEDBANK

By |2022-04-28T14:05:33+02:00Apr 28th, 2022|Arts Management, Featured, Heritage, Live Performance, Music, Uncategorised, Uncategorized, Visual Art|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    28 April 2022   THE ARTS & CULTURE TRUST (ACT) ANNOUNCES THE OPEN CALL DATE OF THE ACT THUTHUKISANI PROGRAMME CYCLE 2, PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY NEDBANK   Thuthukisani is a business development programme that was started to empower a selected group of artists to implement and execute their chosen projects in

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THE ARTS & CULTURE TRUST (ACT) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME NOW OPEN!

By |2022-04-26T15:44:16+02:00Apr 26th, 2022|Arts Management, Featured, Heritage, Live Performance, Music, Uncategorised, Uncategorized, Visual Art|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     26 APRIL 2022   TAKE THE ROAD TO SUN CITY TO WIN A FULLY PAID ARTS SCHOLARSHIP WITH THE ACT NYOLOHA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME   Calling all matriculants, young performers and visual artists aged 17–25 years with a university exemption wishing to study towards an arts degree at a tertiary institution in

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THE ARTS & CULTURE TRUST ANNOUNCES THE OPEN CALL DATE FOR THE ACT NYOLOHA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME

By |2022-04-22T10:10:32+02:00Apr 22nd, 2022|Arts Management, Featured, Heritage, Live Performance, Music, Uncategorised, Uncategorized, Visual Art|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    22 APRIL 2022   The Arts & Culture Trust announces an open call for the ACT Nyoloha Scholarship Programme, proudly supported by Nedbank, Sun City and Sun International.   Stand a chance to win a fully paid scholarship to study at an arts institution of your choice in South Africa!  

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EU DELEGATION TO SOUTH AFRICA SUPPORTS THE ARTS & CULTURE TRUST (ACT) WARRIOR WALL PROJECT

By |2021-10-27T15:19:31+02:00Oct 27th, 2021|Featured, Heritage, Uncategorised|

EU DELEGATION TO SOUTH AFRICA SUPPORTS THE ARTS & CULTURE TRUST (ACT) WARRIOR WALL PROJECT   Johannesburg: The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) recently embarked on an initiative to realise the Arts & Culture Warrior Wall project, a two-phase Arts & Culture legacy initiative over two months, having started in September “Heritage month” and ending later this month

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ACT CEO forms part of Youth & African Indigenous Language Dialogue

By |2020-04-19T12:32:37+02:00Sep 20th, 2017|Heritage|

This weekend, The Youth & African Indigenous Languages Dialogue will be taking place at the Market Theatre as part of their Heritage Day Celebrations. As part of commemorating the Heritage Month; Pillar of Strength Media is calling the young people of Johannesburg to join the dialogue on the importance of knowing; preserving and speaking African Indigenous

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Funding for heritage projects now open

By |2020-04-19T16:55:58+02:00Jan 13th, 2017|Heritage|

The public is called upon to submit applications for funding on heritage related projects. In this term, the National Heritage Council (NHC) is specifically interested in applications from provinces that have over the years benefited the least from the funding opportunity, which are Mpumalanga, North West, Limpopo, Free State and Northern Cape. The closing date

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Call for expression of interest: Commissioning of life-size bronze figures

By |2020-04-25T15:51:29+02:00Dec 9th, 2015|Heritage|

The National Heritage Monument (NHM) is conceived as an extensive urban public development and prominent South African heritage initiative ultimately to be situated in Pretoria. The National Heritage Project Company (NHPC or ‘the Client’), custodian of the NHM, wishes to receive portfolios and an indication of availability from suitably capable artists and sculptors for the

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Call for proposals: Human Language Technology Projects

By |2020-04-25T16:53:44+02:00Nov 11th, 2015|Heritage|

Proposals are hereby requested for projects in Human Language Technologies (HLT) for the official South African languages. Funding is available for projects over a period of two to three years. It is foreseen that two to three projects can be funded from this budget. As a general guideline, a project can receive between R1 million

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