Articles

02 Mar 2015

In terms of the National Arts Council Act, 1997 (56 of 1997), members of the arts fraternity and the general public are hereby invited to nominate members for the Council of the National Arts Council (NAC). 

Nominated candidates should possess special knowledge and experience in Arts. Nominees who possess other skills which are not directly related to Arts but could be beneficial to the Council, for example, managerial, finance, human resources and legal will be considered. Candidates must be willing to render community service.

Anyone wishing to nominate a person for possible appointment to the Council of the NAC should submit the following:

a)         A letter containing full names and all contact details of the nominee. The letter must also provide reasons for the nomination and explaining suitability for appointment;

20 Feb 2015
 
The Department invites all Sports, Arts, Culture and Recreation organisations to take part in the presentation of Grants-in-Aid funding in their respective  regions.
 
The Department is raising awareness of grants funding for arts and sport, every year in November we advertise grants for organisations and companies to apply for  funding for development and projects.
 
Organisations will be taken through the process of funding and compliant documents.
 
18 Feb 2015

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in partnership with the Association of Transformation in Film and Television (ATFT) will lead a delegation of 20 emerging South African filmmakers to the Rio Content Market in Brazil. This is the second time both the DTI and ATFT attend the market; this year also partnering with the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), Gauteng Film Commission (GFC) and Destination Marketing, Investment and TradePromotion Agency for the Western Cape (WESGRO). The Rio Content Market has been scheduled to take place from the 25th until the 27th of February 2015.

16 Feb 2015

On 30 January 2015 the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) launched its sixth call for funding requests and its new On-line Application Platform.

Since 2010, the IFCD is providing around USD 5.3 million in funding for 78 projects in 48 developing countries, covering a wide range of areas.

13 Feb 2015

The big reveal: Design Indaba 2015 Emerging Creatives

Forty young designers, five days of pure inspiration and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

09 Feb 2015

Director-General: Arts and Culture (5-year contract appointment)

29 Jan 2015

The 65th annual Berlin International Film Festival is scheduled to be held from 5 to 15 February 2015. The festival is the largest public film festival in the world and around 400 films will be shown. Among those films are 7 South African supportedfilms, which will screen in various sections of the film festival.

22 Jan 2015

The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF), an agency of the Department of Arts and Culture, will once again host and facilitate South African film industry presence at the 68th Cannes International Film Festival. The festival is scheduled to take place from the 13th - 24th May 2015.

The NFVF is putting together a festival catalogue of projects from the 2014/15 period seeking either completion finance or sales agents for publication. Along with other activities, the NFVF will also host a Sales Event aimed at presenting projects to international buyers and agents.

Independent filmmakers with projects that have fully developed projects(final polish scripts) or completed projects that are ready for sale are invited to submit synopses of projects for NFVF to consider for inclusion in the catalogue and/or pitch at the sales event. Filmmakers must email the following information (application form is not required):

19 Jan 2015

Edinburgh Art Festival is pleased to announce its open call for submissions for the 12th edition of the festival, which will run from 30 July to 30 August 2015.

If you have a project that you’d like to bring to the UK’s largest annual festival of visual art, we’d like to hear from you. Find out more below and, whether you're applying or not, stay tuned for programme announcements and more later in the year.
 

16 Jan 2015

Applications are now open for arts organisations in the North West to become part of Business and Arts South Africa’s 2015 BASA Basics programme.

The six-month long programme is part of BASA’s three-tiered Education Programme.  Started in 2014, the initiative is an integral part of BASA’s commitment to developing innovative educational programmes that seek to ensure the relevance and sustainability of the arts in society. 

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