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The Right to Speak Project to Launch at 25th Time of the Writer Festival.

The 25th Time of the Writer Festival is the official host to the launch of the Right To Speak project in South Africa. ...

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Media Release: Stand Foundation, Theatre and Dance Alliance and South African Dance Alliance joint fundraiser production.

Fred Abrahamse and Marcel Meyer – through their company A&M Productions – will be premiering their new work, Contested Bodies...

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Vuyani Dance Theatre production of Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Bolero fundraiser

The STAND Foundation, Theatre and Dance Alliance (TADA) and the South African Dance Alliance (SADA) in association with the Vuyani...

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THEATRE AND DANCE ENTITIES: OPERATIONS MANAGER CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The Theatre and Dance Alliance (TADA), South African Dance Alliance (SADA) and Sustaining Theatre and Dance (STAND) Foundation seek to appoint...

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STAND Foundation contracted by the Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport

STAND Foundation has been contracted by Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport to conduct research into community arts...

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Board

Since the start of 2021, three members of STAND’s Board have resigned.  Ricardo Peach left to take up a post...

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Patrons

STAND Foundation’s list of patrons has extended in the last while as testimony to the work that STAND is doing...

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STAND Committee meets physically for the first time

After months of Zoom meetings, the 10-person STAND Foundation Committee met physically in Stellenbosch for the first time on Sunday...

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STAND Foundation JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience’s Choreographic Mentorship Project

The first 2020 project to be supported by the newly launched Sustaining Theatre and Dance (STAND) Foundation is a partnership...

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Webinar: International cultural collaboration in a world of inequality

International cultural relations have historically been shaped by global inequalities in thedistribution of political, economic, military and cultural power.  While...

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STAND Research Projects

STAND Foundation hereby calls for applications from individuals to conduct research into three separate areas: A list of all the...

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Bafana Republic and Other Satires Sketch Challenge

Wits University Press has published a collection of sketches by Mike van Graan from his 6 satirical revues: the three...

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STAND to release its discussion document

STAND Foundation will release its Discussion Document on a Vision for nurturing, promoting and celebrating contemporary South African theatre and...

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STAND together for Theatre and Dance

STAND (Sustaining Theatre and Dance Foundation) launches on 1 September. You are invited to participate.   Gregory Maqoma, Chairperson of...

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22nd (Digital) JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience 2020

“As Durban and South Africa’s benchmark dance festival JOMBA!, hits its 22nd year, it is clear that we will not...

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SA kunste verloor een van sy grootste ondersteuners

Lynette Marais, vir dekades die ruggraat van die nasionale kunstefees in Makhanda (Grahamstad), is gister ná ’n kort siekbed dood...

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COVID-19: Can the show go on?

André du Preez, Bongiwe Ngidi, Bethan Martel, Kukhanya Simelane, Katlego Chale and Sinalo Mkhize in Little Red Riding Hood and...

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Theatre in a COVID-19 World: The rise of new formats

As live play performances and readings crowd virtual platforms, theatre is going through a ‘dramatic’ shift from stage to screen....

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IADMS’s Response to COVID-19

Helping Dancers Help Themselves Resources for COVID-19 IADMS has always worked to facilitate an international network of communication between dance...

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Dance in the Time of COVID 19: A Conversation with International Artists & Choreographers

In the time of COVID-19, how are artists around the world discussing the future of the arts in their countries?...

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