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South Africa's Minister of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology delivered his budget speech on 24 May, and the budget for arts and culture increased this year by a whopping 36%. So why are arts practitioners and observers hugely disappointed?
The second edition of the 'South African Handbook on Arts and Culture' was launched in April, in response to numerous local and international requests for an updated version.
South Africa's National Arts Council Chair Doreen Nteta recently chaired IFACCA's latest board meeting in Singapore. She explains here that in relation to funding the arts, the South African experience isn't very different from that of other countries.
Mandla Mabila es un artista visual que está causando una conmoción en el campo de las artes de Sudáfrica mediante su provocativa y poderosa obra.
South Africa's National Arts Council has completed its first funding session for 2002, simultaneously announcing and introducing its new Advisory Panellists.
Following a trend set by the South African Broadcasting Corporation in its 'Tips for Trevor' campaign, which sought advice from the public regarding the budget for the Finance Minister Trevor Manuel, the National Arts Council's CEO, Doreen Nteta, has invited stakeholders and other interested parties to participate in her 'Tips for Doreen' campaign.