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Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, or collectively BRICS, on Wednesday signed a declaration to accelerate cooperation in cultural areas.
This year marks the 20-year anniversary of the South African liaison office for Pro Helvetia, the Swiss arts council. This anniversary coincides with their office anniversaries in Cairo (30 years) and New Delhi (20 years).
The National Arts Council (NAC) launched its new strategic approach to funding today at an inspiring event held at Constitution Hill. The event was attended by arts stakeholders, influencers and various thought leaders.
IFLA Secretary General Gerald Leitner will address African ministers responsible for public libraries at a conference in Durban, South Africa, on 5-6 July. He will underline how, with the right recognition and support, libraries can be key partners for development.
The PACE team welcomes you with open arms to Bloemfontein, South Africa for the 1st Pan-African Creative Exchange (PACE), Africa’s meeting point for interdisciplinary (performing) arts showcasing, networking and critical discourse.
The first of the curated and open-call, competitively selected participants have been selected for the inaugural Pan-African Creative Exchange (PACE) at the Vrystaat Arts Festival, (Kunste Fees, Tsa-Botjhaba) in Bloemfontein, Mangaung, South Africa, from July 6 to 9. Booking is now open.