The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) and UJ Arts Culture invite submissions from Arts, Culture and Heritage practitioners and organisations, for inclusion in the second annual publication of the SA Arts Culture Listing.
Published annually in conjunction with the ACT | UJ Arts Culture Conference, this directory for the professional arts and culture community contains contact details and information on arts, culture and heritage organisations, facilities and related companies or institutions across South Africa, as an essential reference for all arts and culture professionals and stakeholders. The updated SA Arts Culture Listing will be made available in print as dedicated sections of the Conference programme and also online as a downloadable PDF on the ACT website. Arts industry stakeholders that are engaged in Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Music, Dance, Film and Photography, Heritage, Arts Training, Community Art, Literature and South African arts and culture Festivals and agencies that engage in sponsorship of arts, culture and heritage are strongly encouraged to submit their details for inclusion in the directory.
The closing date for submissions is 28 June 2013. Interested parties should follow this link to submit their details, to be a part of this valuable industry initiative.
Organisations that are already listed need not resubmit their details, but updates can be emailed to email@example.com.
This year’s conference is set to take place from 6 – 8 August at the UJ Arts Centre at the University of Johannesburg. It has attracted participation and support from a number of influential players in the arts and culture space, including the European Union (EU), British Council, the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) network, Arterial Network South Africa and the Visual Arts Network of South Africa (VANSA).
A partnership with the Cultural Development Trust will see the conference include an expo component for the first time. The organisers further wish to acknowledge partners SAfm, Mail Guardian, Classicfeel magazine and Pink Room Productions; and the invaluable support of Santam, Business and Arts South Africa (BASA), the SAMRO Foundation and Distell Foundation.
Author: Fiona Gordon