2012-2013 National Deaf Arts Education Tour	FTH:K is a dynamic theatre company that works in the field of Visual Theatre. Without a dependency on any one language, its work crosses over cultural and linguistic divides and calls on audiences to ‘Listen With Your Eyes’. The National Deaf Arts Education Tour enables FTH:K to reach out to Deaf people within South Africa as a whole, rather than simply the community within its home province.

2012-2013 National Deaf Arts Education Tour FTH:K is a dynamic theatre company that works in the field of Visual Theatre. Without a dependency on any one language, its work crosses over cultural and linguistic divides and calls on audiences to ‘Listen With Your Eyes’. The National Deaf Arts Education Tour enables FTH:K to reach out to Deaf people within South Africa as a whole, rather than simply the community within its home province.

2011-2012 MDG Studio Project   The mission of the MDG (Mangaung Drama and Dance Group) is to give disadvantaged youth the opportunity for personal growth through drama and dance. Through the Studio programme, talented disadvantaged youth receive regular coaching from a specialist teacher, an opportunity they could not otherwise access due to financial constraints.

2011-2012 MDG Studio Project The mission of the MDG (Mangaung Drama and Dance Group) is to give disadvantaged youth the opportunity for personal growth through drama and dance. Through the Studio programme, talented disadvantaged youth receive regular coaching from a specialist teacher, an opportunity they could not otherwise access due to financial constraints.

2016 Arts Education Meets Therapy is a 1 month project which aims to develop youth members within the rural communities through the different art disciplines. The project was be conducted in the Free State Province. We wanted to be able to cover the different disciplines profusely and to compile as much information as possible in order to know what needs to be done to tackle all 9 provinces with ease.

2016 Arts Education Meets Therapy is a 1 month project which aims to develop youth members within the rural communities through the different art disciplines. The project was be conducted in the Free State Province. We wanted to be able to cover the different disciplines profusely and to compile as much information as possible in order to know what needs to be done to tackle all 9 provinces with ease.

2015 Platteland Preview Festival Marketing serves as a Halfway House for artists and their productions or exhibitions on the way their way to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. The aim is to showcase and promote visual and performing arts in the central rural part of South Africa. ACT’s grant contributed to the marketing aspect of the project

2015 Platteland Preview Festival Marketing serves as a Halfway House for artists and their productions or exhibitions on the way their way to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. The aim is to showcase and promote visual and performing arts in the central rural part of South Africa. ACT’s grant contributed to the marketing aspect of the project

2013-2014 Bloemfontein City Orchestra Trust. Joining forces with a massed choir consisting of the Drakensberg Boys Choir as well as community-based and other contemporary choirs in Bloemfontein, the Bloemfontein City Orchestra (BCO) formed the basis of a spectacular yet audience-friendly work, The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins. Performances included two performances in Bloemfontein on the 9th and 10th of May, as well as a performance in the Drakensberg, at the home of the DBC

2013-2014 Bloemfontein City Orchestra Trust. Joining forces with a massed choir consisting of the Drakensberg Boys Choir as well as community-based and other contemporary choirs in Bloemfontein, the Bloemfontein City Orchestra (BCO) formed the basis of a spectacular yet audience-friendly work, The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins. Performances included two performances in Bloemfontein on the 9th and 10th of May, as well as a performance in the Drakensberg, at the home of the DBC

2013-2014 A primary role for Batsumi Arts Academy is to celebrate art in its diverse manifestations and act as an agent of community well-being and development in the Fezile Dabi District Municipality, formerly known as the Northern Free State. The Batsumi Arts Gallery was supported by ACT with a grant towards hosting a series of Visual Arts workshops resulting in an exhibition for the local as well as neighbouring communities. ACT covered the fees of a professional arts consultants

2013-2014 A primary role for Batsumi Arts Academy is to celebrate art in its diverse manifestations and act as an agent of community well-being and development in the Fezile Dabi District Municipality, formerly known as the Northern Free State. The Batsumi Arts Gallery was supported by ACT with a grant towards hosting a series of Visual Arts workshops resulting in an exhibition for the local as well as neighbouring communities. ACT covered the fees of a professional arts consultants

2013-2014 Prophecy	A group of prominent emerging young artists from the Free State curated a contemporary exhibition, which will traveled to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. ‘Prophecy’ is a multi–media, visual arts exhibition focusing on communication across borders. The ACT Development grant was utilized for printing of brochures, flyers and posters as well as the transportation of the artworks to and from Grahamstown.

The Grahamstown National Arts Festival is South Africa’s biggest arts and culture festival, offering music, dance,opera, and performance art

2012-2013 Selective Unveiling	is a collaborative exhibition by Elrie Joubert and Brian Collier initiated by the Friends Academy in New York. The exhibition explores the different approaches used when working with miniature natural objects as an exploration of art. The work is focused on the influence the different environments, Free State and New York City, have on adopted methodologies. The grant from ACT supports the South African component of the exhibition.

2012-2013 Selective Unveiling is a collaborative exhibition by Elrie Joubert and Brian Collier initiated by the Friends Academy in New York. The exhibition explores the different approaches used when working with miniature natural objects as an exploration of art. The work is focused on the influence the different environments, Free State and New York City, have on adopted methodologies. The grant from ACT supports the South African component of the exhibition.

2012-2013 National Outreach Performances. Moving Into Dance Mophatong celebrates 21 years of its full-time training programme. As part of programme’s outreach activities MIDM presented 15 performances from their repertoire and the company facilitated dance and chorography workshops. Performances and workshops supported by the ACT Development Programme reached rural areas in Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Free State, North West, Northern Cape and the Eastern Cape.

MID is a trailblazing, internationally acclaimed dance company and training centre which has produced award winning dancers, choreographer and teachers.

2011-2012 Botshabelo Youth Partnership. This project will work together with the community library to introduce creative writing, literary magazines and story-telling to the community. Story tellers as well as local writers will be invited to participate. ACT’s support enables this project to give local and qualified writers a platform to educate students, youth and library users about different writing techniques and writing in African languages.

2011-2012 Botshabelo Youth Partnership. This project will work together with the community library to introduce creative writing, literary magazines and story-telling to the community. Story tellers as well as local writers will be invited to participate. ACT’s support enables this project to give local and qualified writers a platform to educate students, youth and library users about different writing techniques and writing in African languages.


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