Visual Art

Brooks International Fellowship Programme

By |2020-04-19T13:11:57+02:00Jul 13th, 2017|Visual Art|

Tate, in collaboration with Delfina Foundation, invites applications for the Brooks International Fellowship Programme 2018. Now in its fourth year, the programme will enable three curators, researchers, art historians or other museum professionals to work with Tate colleagues in London for three months commencing January 2018, complemented by activities at Delfina Foundation.

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Curatorial Project Manager Vacancy at Assemblage

By |2020-04-19T14:32:09+02:00May 10th, 2017|Visual Art|

Assemblage is a non-profit organisation which intends for the visual arts community of Johannesburg to connect, to share ideas, information and advice and to collaborate. It provides an inclusive forum where visual art students, graduates and professionals can network. Assemblage encourages production, participation, professionalism and the sharing of resources, knowledge and skills.

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SA Taxi Foundation Art Award 2017

By |2020-04-20T14:13:17+02:00Oct 27th, 2016|Visual Art|

The SA Taxi Foundation Art Award is gearing up for the third year of its watershed challenge to practitioners of the visual arts. Entries for this intriguing Award is now open and creatives, artists, and designers are invited to begin work on their submissions. The closing date for Award entries is 13 February 2017.

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Artist Opportunity: One Month Left to Enter the 10th Aesthetica Art Prize

By |2020-04-21T10:52:38+02:00Aug 10th, 2016|Visual Art|

There is one month left to enter the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016, an international award that celebrates excellence in contemporary art. Now in its 10th year, the Prize presents an opportunity for emerging and established artists to showcase their work to new audiences, and further their engagement in the art world.

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Many happy returns Mr. Badsha!

By |2020-04-23T13:11:37+02:00Jun 27th, 2016|Visual Art|

Omar Badsha is a seminal artist and visual storyteller, documenting South Africa one shutter click at a time. In 2015 he was the Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Lifetime Achievement winner for Visual Art, recognising his relevant and candid body of work that spans five decades and includes woodcuts, pencil and crayon drawings and photographs.

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