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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.
ASSITEJ South Africa announces a call for performances for Cradle of Creativity, a biennial international festival of theatre for young audiences. Cradle of Creativity will take place at the Baxter Theatre Centre, in Cape Town, from 20 to 25 August 2019.
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa officially opened a R14.7 million library in Tshing in Ventersdorp in the North West on Thursday.
In terms of Section 10 of the National Arts Council Act, as Amended, the Council is required to establish Human Resource Committee (HRC) as a sub-committee to the Council. The Human Resource Committee is established in terms of the aforementioned Act.
The National Arts Council finds itself at a critical juncture in reinventing itself to remain relevant in an ever-changing art, culture and heritage sector. The NAC has remained committed to supporting the objectives of the Department of Arts and Culture.