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Design Indaba in partnership with Google Arts & Culture launched an online project called ‘Colours of Africa’. The project brings online and showcases 60 specially-curated artworks produced by over 60 unique African creatives chosen by Design Indaba – each invited to contribute a work that captures the ‘colour’ and character of their home country. The project involves creatives from almost every discipline imaginable, from architecture, illustration, painting and ceramics through to writing, engineering, the performing arts and visual communications.
The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) invites you to submit an abstract or proposal for consideration for the SACO’s 4th international conference #SacoConf2022 to be held on 9 and 10 November 2022 in Pretoria/ Tshwane, South Africa under the theme ‘Creative economy reset: Structuring the creative and cultural industries for a sustainable and inclusive future.’
The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) launched the pilot phase of the Revenue Streams for African Musicians (RSFAM) project in South Africa in 2020 with a view to reporting on the revenue streams that work for music creators in South Africa.
South African music and arts organisations are partnership to host a fundraising concert for KwaZulu-Natal’s flood victims in Durban on 18 June.
Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa, has launched the South African Hip-Hop Museum, with the intention to preserve the hip-hop culture.
As one of the key drivers that contribute to economic growth and job creation in the country, the art, culture and heritage sectors are committed to driving substantial job creation. To fight youth unemployment in South Africa, the National Arts Council of South Africa (NAC) has embarked on a campaign to raise awareness about various career opportunities in the art industry.