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  • CALL FOR TRAIN-THE-TRAINER SESSION PARTICIPANTS (2012-09-03)

    The GoDown Arts Centre will host this training session.It is aimed at training trainers in the use of Arterial Network toolkits, and for these trainers to return to their respective countries and/or organisations, to train others.Candidates from the countries listed here are eligible to apply for five-day training hosted by The GoDown Arts Centre in Nairobi from 1st October– 5th October 2012The course is limited to 15 participants.

  • UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme 2013 (2012-09-03)

    The UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme has the pleasure to announce the 2013 call for applications. The Programme promotes the mobility of young artists through art residencies abroad.

  • Kunststiftung Baden-Wuerttemberg fellowships 2013 (2012-09-03)

    The Kunststiftung Baden-Wuerttemberg is announcing an open call for applications for fellowships in the fields of fine art, music, literature and art criticism for 2013. Artists under the age of 35 who live in or were born in Baden-Wuerttemberg may apply. Fellowship awards of up to 10,000 EUR are made each year to individual grantees. In the year 2012 a total of twenty-four fellowships were awarded. Selection is made by specialized juries in each field.

  • Sida-sponsored training programme for Strategic Business Mangement (2012-09-03)

    The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) offers, as part of its bilateral development assistance, Advanced International Training Programmes. These programmes are of strategic importance to social and economic development in the participants’ countries.

  • WOMEX – Thessaloniki, Greece / 17 – 21 Oct 2012 (2012-09-07)

    WOMEX is "The most important international professional market of world music of every kind. This international fair brings together professionals from the worlds of folk, roots, ethnic and traditional music and also includes concerts, conferences and documentary films. It contributes to networking as an effective means of promoting music and culture of all kinds across frontiers."

  • Life in My City Photo Africa Contest (2012-09-11)

    Photo Africa is an international photo contest for African photographers under 35 years of age, living and working in Africa. Submitted works are expected to portray interesting current living conditions in the African city as seen through the lens of photographer, bearing in mind that one of the aims of the Life In My City Art Festival is to provide a platform for young artists to make meaningful statements about their environment.

  • Vacancy UNESCO (2012-09-12)

    The recently revitalized International Fund for the Promotion of Culture, is recruiting an Executive Officer (P3, PA, two years). The incumbent will be responsible for the implementation of the decisions of the Administrative Council of the Fund and the day-to-day management of the programme.

  • Swaziland now! (2012-09-12)

  • AFAI to host UNESCO pool of experts in Cape Town during October (2012-09-12)

    The African Arts Institute (AFAI) is proud to announce its partnership with UNESCO, for a capacity-building initiative aimed at strengthening the African cultural sector.

  • AFRIFESTNET Job Opportunity: Project Manager/ Chief Editor (2012-09-12)

    AFRIFESTNET, the African Festival Network launched in Accra on 20 April 2012, is developing a “Festival Best Practices Toolkit” for festivals on the African continent. This toolkit will be used by festivals and/or cultural events’ managers and their teams to improve their festivals by learning from the experience and expertise of others. AFRIFESTNET requires Project Manager/Chief Editor position to coordinate and oversee the realization of this toolkit. Deadline to send your application: 20 September 2012

  • AFRIFESTNET Call for festivals impact studies (2012-09-12)

    AFRIFESTNET, the African Festival Network launched in Accra on 20 April 2012 invites members to submit festival impact studies that cover social, economic or other impact. AFRIFESTNET aims to publish a booklet of 7 to 10 studies describing the impact of festivals at local, national, regional or continental level to be used for advocacy purposes.

  • Joule City - open plan multi-disciplinary studio/office space available (2012-09-12)

  • ARTERIAL NETWORK AT UNESCO SEMINAR (2012-09-20)

    Arterial Network was represented at the UNESCO seminar

  • DRAMA FOR LIFE - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS (2012-09-26)