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The Ithuba Arts Fund seeks to provide a platform for groundbreaking, Jo'burg-based creative practitioners

The city of Johannesburg, stories that exist within it, the rhythm of its many moving parts… Artists are invited to respond to the metropolis however they need to and in their preferred medium. The Ithuba Arts Fund is primarily interested in the visual arts, though some performance will be considered. All submissions are to be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Submissions are accepted from individuals, groups, or collectives. Submissions may be in any medium, though visual arts are preferred and more than one work may be submitted.

Arts & Culture - Theatre Dance Performing Arts

  • 2021-EmpireBuilders Website
    Theatre / Dance / Performing Arts

    The Kwasha Theatre Company brings Boris Vian’s ‘The Empire Builders’ to life

    An immersive audio experience that will be available for audiences to enjoy from home for the month of February 2021. Sit comfortably (whether you find yourself in a chair, a couch, a bed , in a park, a library, at home, in South Africa or elsewhere), plug in to your headphones, connect on… Read more
  • Vincent PR
    Theatre / Dance / Performing Arts

    Cut, a collaborative dance short film

    The French Institute of South Africa (IFAS) is proud to announce the launch of an original contemporary dance performance, Cut, by South African choreographer Vincent Mantsoe in partnership with the Market Theatre. Cut is a 13-minute online work by Mantsoe created in remote collaboration with… Read more
  • 2019-Rhinoceros-mailchimp
    Theatre / Dance / Performing Arts

    Eugène Ionesco’s Rhinoceros debuts at the Market Theatre

    The French Institute of South Africa and the Market Theatre Laboratory, with the support of Mazars, are pleased to present Kwasha! Theatre Company's latest production, Rhinoceros, written by celebrated French-Romanian playwright Eugène Ionesco, and directed by The Theatre Duo. The play is taking… Read more

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