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The Brain – 3 August 2023
AfrikaBurn is offering two young artists working in visual arts mediums, an opportunity of space and time to pursue research and creative work, with the financial support of a stipend for a four-month period. As the pilots of this inaugural process, the selected Artists will assist in developing the AfrikaBurn Arts Residency programme itself, with the AfrikaBurn team, as a work-based research and learning experience.
Coordinated by Art Bank of South Africa, and funded through the Presidential Employment Stimulus Programme, the work-based learning programme is hosted at AfrikaBurn’s headquarters, at the Junction Hotel, Salt River, with a maximum two-week residency at Quaggafontein Farm, located in the Tankwa Karoo, two hours north of Ceres, in the Western Cape…