South African Cultural Observatory

Careers & Scholarships

SACO Scholarship

Scholarship applications are now closed. If you have not received any communication by 28 February 2017, please consider the application unsuccessful. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications received after the deadline via email will not be considered. The awarding of scholarships are at the discretion of the SACO Scholarship Panel.

DAC Bursary

The Department of Arts and Culture invites applications for bursaries from students who wish to pursue studies in heritage related programmes. The bursary will fund undergraduate studies only. The bursary is available for strictly outstanding academic performers.

For more information and application details click here Bursary Application Bursary Advertisement

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SA Cultural Observatory hires database coordinatorSA Cultural Observatory hires database coordinator

THE South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) has appointed Jan-Carel Van Der Linde as the SACO Database Coordinator, to head up the SACO’s database management. Database management is a critical output of the SACO, which is tasked with mapping the entirety of South Africa’s cultural and creative industries (CCIs) and arts, culture and heritage sectors, creating a viable cultural information system and developing a CCI Index as a monitoring tool for industry performance.

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WHAT better way to chill out on a Sunday morning than in the tranquil urban space of IT Corner in Melville while listening to the ambient light classical sounds of Gauteng Opera with guest artists from Coert’s Studio. During interval, you can enjoy a tasty brunch with family and friends. Gauteng Opera and Coert’s Studio present Classic Chill on Sunday, 26 March at 11:00.

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Upcoming Events

SACO2017 – South African Cultural Observatory 2nd National Conference

Date:24 May 2017 - 25 May 2017
Venue:The Forum Turbine Hall
Where:Johannesburg

Platteland Preview Arts Festival

Date:30 Jun 2017 - 02 Jul 2017
Venue:
Where:Smithfield
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