Art

Lalela Project: Volunteers

Lalela Project provides educational arts to youth living in extreme poverty across South Africa and Africa. We are at the forefront of Arts education in South Africa and we are looking for passionate and innovative artists / art educators to join the organisation's growing team and inspire the youth we work with.

Lalela Project provides educational arts to youth affected by extreme poverty sparking creative thinking and awakening the entrepreneurial spirit.

Project Playground: Creative Arts Facilitators / Educaters

Project Playground (PPG) is a nonprofit organisation based in Cape Town. Its overall objective is to see a safe world where all children grow up with faith in their future and a possibility to affect their own lives by providing better future prospects through a meaningful spare time.

Project Playground seeks to appoint following Facilitators/Educators, based in PPG Gugulethu, Cape Town:

Butterfly Art Project: Operations Manager

The Butterfly Art Project (BAP) is a nonprofit organisation established in 2010 and working in Vrygrond, Cape Town. BAP offers art lessons, art therapy and educational programmes to children and adults in the Vrygrond community. BAP has a core group of staff and volunteers working in various roles.

BAP seeks to appoint a Operations Manager, based in Cape Town.

The Operations Manager will assist with the overall running of the project work, implementing the aims of BAP, in conjunction with the Director. The successful candidate will start work in January 2015.

Butterfly Art Project: Art Department Manager/Art Teacher

The Butterfly Art Project (BAP) is a nonprofit organisation established in 2010 and working in Vrygrond, Cape Town. BAP offers art lessons, art therapy and educational programmes to children and adults in the Vrygrond community. BAP has a core group of staff and volunteers working in various roles.

BAP seeks to appoint an Art Teacher to run its Art department, based at the Capricorn Primary School situated in Vrygrond/Capricorn.

Starting date: January 2015.

Responsibilities:

Lalela Project: Chief Operating Officer

Lalela Project provides educational arts to youth living in extreme poverty across South Africa and Africa.
 
Lalela Project seeks to appoint a Chief Operating Officer (COO), based in Cape Town.

The COO who will be responsible, along with the CEO, for strategic and operational management of Lalela Project. At least 7 years management experience as well as a university degree is required. Experience in the NGO field is advantageous. Cape Town based (no relocation allowance).

Responsibilities:

Resonance Bazar: Centre Coordinator - Indigenous Knowledge Systems

Resonance Bazar is a nonprofit company, working at the intersections between culture, art, technology and nature; incubating platforms and processes for experimental and exploratory production and distribution of pan-african content, knowledges and cultural expressions. Our projects and programmes take into account both local, regional and global experiences, and inclusive practices of everyday realism.

Resonance Bazar seeks to appoint a Centre Coordinator for the Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) Documentation Centre, based at Joule City’s Research Hub in Cape Town.

UNIMA South Africa: Executive Director

UNIMA, the South African Association of Puppetry and Visual Performance is a nonprofit organisation that works to develop South African puppetry through encouraging the exposure to puppeteers, international trends and the development of local skills.

UNIMA South Africa seeks to appoint an Executive Director, based in Cape Town.

The position is accountable and responsible for the strategic planning, management and leadership of the organisation and reports to the Board of Directors of UNIMA South Africa.

Responsibilities: 

General administration

African Arts Institute: Facilitators - Business of Arts Master Classes

The African Arts Institute (AFAI) is a Cape Town-based non-governmental organisation (NGO). Its overall objective is to promote participatory democracy, respect for fundamental human rights and freedoms and equitable social and human development in African countries by affirming the cultural dimension of development.

AFAI seeks to appoint five facilitators for its Business of Arts Master Classes, based in Cape Town.

African Arts Institute: Internship – French Speaking

The African Arts Institute (AFAI) is a NGO that works to promote participatory democracy, respect for fundamental human rights and freedoms and equitable social and human development in African countries by affirming the cultural dimension of development.

AFAI seeks to recruit a French speaking Intern, based in Cape Town.

The internship is aimed at young, dynamic local and foreign students who are in need of gaining some NGO work experience in an African context on a largely volunteer basis.

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