Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Auditions and Jobs and Arts Projects, Calls for Proposals - GoetheOnMain 2015, Infecting the City 2015



Castings 

The Lion King Auditions
Dance auditions included this time!
Word Of Mouth Pictures, Disney Theatrical Productions official casting company in South Africa, once again calls on all singers and professionally trained dancers for open call auditions.

Singers between the age of 18 and 30, No previous experience necessary.
DURBAN - JULY 12th - Venue: Playhouse Company
JOBURG - JULY 19th - Venue: Bassline, Newtown

Dance Auditions
(Strictly those who have been trained in Morden and Ballet dance only)
JOBURG - JULY 19th - Venue: TBA
DURBAN - SEPTEMBER 06th - Venue: TBA
CAPE TOWN - SEPTEMBER 10th - Venue: Artscape


Station Manager
Cape Town TV (CTV) is a non-profit, free-to-air community television station licensed to serve
the greater Cape Town metropolitan area. CTV is committed to providing community access to
the powerful medium of television as a tool to promote human rights and social justice.
CTV is looking for a passionate, committed individual to lead the organisation in the next
phase of its development towards the achievement of its long term goals. The candidate
should have a keen understanding of the role of community media as a tool for social change
and be comfortable working in an NGO environment.

Applicants are required to submit a curriculum vitae including three contactable referees and 
a letter of motivation (no longer than one page) on or before 13 July 2014 to 
jobs@capetowntv.org


The NAC has limited funding available to support 6-8 Special Projects of national significance that strengthen the arts and meets the enhanced strategic goals of the NAC for the period 2014-2018.
Closing date: 31 July 2014
Outcomes date: 30 September 2014
To this end we are inviting project proposals from organisations that have capacity and a proven track record in implementing large projects or programmes that grow or transform the sector in one of the following areas:
  1. Capacity development for arts organisations poised for growth to support the creation of job opportunities
  2. Women in literature, performing or visual arts
  3. People in the arts living with disabilities
  4. New work for and/or with youth that develop and extend audiences
Special consideration will be given to projects that have a mentoring component.
Prospective recipients of funding should have the capacity to utilise the funding
with integrity and comply with the principles and practices of sound governance, 
within the required timelines.
Conditions for funding:
  • All relevant sections of the application form must be filled in completely
  • All requested documentation must be submitted with the application form
  • Applications must be submitted on or before 31 July 2014.
Please note that late and incomplete applications will not be considered at all 
and no exceptions will be made. Application forms are available here:

Open call for proposals: GoetheOnMain 2015
Non-commercial, artist-run project space / project ideas for exhibitions, workshops, events and performances can be handed in until 15 August 2014.
The Goethe-Institut is known worldwide for promoting intercultural engagement through fostering dialogue and exchange in the arts. GoetheonMain was developed by the Goethe-Institut South Africa and launched in May 2009 at Arts on Main in Johannesburg as a non-commercial, artist-run project space – an exceptional free platform in a city where cultural spaces are either commercially or governmentally managed. The multi-disciplinary GoetheonMain has since hosted a wide range of exhibitions, workshops, events and performances; including visual art, literature, film, music, dance and theatre projects



Infecting The City - Call for submissions 2015
The Africa Centre is calling for proposals for Infecting The City Public Arts Festival that will be held from the 9th – 14th March 2015.
Infecting The City unfolds on the streets and various other public spaces in the Central Business District of Cape Town. The Festival provides an unusual opportunity for art, music, dance and performance to leave the confines of theatres and galleries to engage with or disrupt Cape Town’s daily activities. The Festival's programme challenges audiences, pushes boundaries, shifts perspectives and helps to make sense of the public spaces we occupy.
After its most successful year in 2014 with 54 productions, 440 participating artists, and 32,000 audience members, this call is for works from two categories: New Works and Restaged Works. Visual, performing artists and practitioners from other disciplines are invited to submit. The work can be a full ensemble piece, intervention, live performance, installation, video, totally interactive or some other form newly imagined. All works should translate to or work within a public environment, and actively engage intentional and incidental audiences alike.

For more details about the call, time frames and process http://www.infectingthecity.com/2014/cape-town/call-for-applications-2015/

The deadline for this submission is the 15th August 2014 at 17h00. The short list will be released in mid-September 2014. 


This Edition by +Fred Felton 


2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the good information, i also sw something similar to this with greate benefits at All South African Bursaries

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  2. Thanks for stopping by. Appreciate it :)

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