Bursaries By Study Field : Performing Arts
Scholarships are for learners currently in grade 12 and to individuals under the age of 25 who have successfully completed grade 12 and are not currently registered for study towards an undergraduate degree. Young people intending on studying towards a performing arts or visual arts degree at a South African tertiary institution are invited to apply. Performing arts applicants are required to audition in the singing, dance, acting and/or musical theatre categories after completing the online registration form. Visual arts applicants are required to submit a portfolio of works as part of the online application process.
20 May 2020
Funded by Nedbank Arts Affinity and the Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Rights Organisation (DALRO), the ACT Development Grants are available to assist arts *professionals or professional organisations with artistic or professional development projects. Funding cycles are discipline-specific and accept applications twice a year. We encourage applications for interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary work with the nominated discipline as a core component. We are interested in the ways that new media and new forms of arts are developing alongside well as how traditional arts are developing.
17 May 2020
1820 Settlers National Monument Fort Selwyn Drive Grahamstown
Available to school-leavers who will enter upon a first degree course majoring in English, in the year following their application. Tenable at any South African University/Teachers Training College.
31 Oct 2019
1820 Settlers National Monument, Fort Selwyn Drive, Grahamstown
For postgraduate study in the performing Arts, Ballet, Speech and Drama, Music and Fine Art. Candidates will be selected on academic merit, qualities of character, motivation and field of study.
31 Oct 2019
66 Margaret Mcingana Street (Cnr Gwigwi Mrwebi) Johannesburg
The National Arts Council hereby invites applications for arts projects. Individual artists and organisations active in the disciplines of theatre, dance, music, visual arts, craft and literature are invited to submit their applications for project funding. Individuals and registered arts organisations can apply for funding for various programmes. Read about this on the website link below.
19 Apr 2020
66 Margaret Mcingana Street (Cnr Gwigwi Mrwebi) Johannesburg South Africa
The NAC is a national agency mandated by the Department of Arts and Culture, with the responsibility of developing South Africa’s creative industry by awarding grants to individuals and organisations in the arts. The bursaries are allocated to undergraduate students studying in the arts at a university or university of technology. Students do not apply to the NAC directly. Money is allocated to the tertiary institutions which provide arts tuition according to guidelines and criteria provided by the NAC. The NAC operates by inviting applicants to submit their project proposals and applications for bursaries once per annum, in which an independent panel of experts in each of the seven arts disciplines adjudicates on each application and makes recommendations to council.
09 Sep 2019
The SAAWG administers a number of partial bursaries and Fellowship awards for South African female student who are completing undergraduate studies. The awards include the following: Loris P Martin Scholarship: For a female studying for a Diploma / Degree in Nursing; or Diploma / Degree in Occupational Therapy; or Diploma / Degree in Dressmaking / Tailoring / Design. Annual Value: R1 300.00.
Audrey Warton Henley Scholarship Fund: For a female studying for a Diploma / Degree in Fine Arts; or Diploma / Degree in Drama / Theatrical Studies Annual Value: R1 300.00
Edna Machanick Award (2 Awards): For a female who is studying for a Diploma / Degree in any discipline / field. (Preferably different geographical area each year.) Annual Value:`R2 300.00. SAAWG Friendship Bursary: For a female who is studying for a Diploma / Degree in any discipline / field. Annual Value: R2500.00.
31 Mar 2020