Aspiring young singers, composers, instrumentalists, and songwriters from transitioning or developing countries are welcome to apply for the Goethe Talents Scholarship program 2023 in Berlin, Germany, which will take place from August 24 to September 4.
The FMR Bursary is a means to provide an opportunity for the students performing Jazz and Classical music to apply for funding.
The bursary awarded must be used for opting for tertiary studies in any field.
Through this bursary program, NAC aims to nourish and encourage the talent of students, art technicians, art practitioners, art administrators, and others in the art industry. Through their bursary, NAC ensures that the country can preserve a strong pool of talents.
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Gert-Johan Coetzee, affiliated with North West School of Design, invites students to apply for the Fashion Design Scholarship for the 2023 academic year.
The scholarship is for students who want to study fashion design at the North West School of Design located in Klerksdorp. Students will obtain a wide range of skills including fashion illustration, garment making, drafting pattern and manipulation, fashion retail, and computer-aided design.
ACT Nyoloha Scholarships are now being offered for the academic year 2023 by the Arts & Culture Trust. Sponsored by Sun City, Nedbank, and Sun International, the scholarship is fully paid and will award to students studying in any South African art school
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Inscape has set up a scholarship programme to help students with financial assistance. Established as the Inscape Scholarship Programme in 2014, it was so far awarded more than R 11 million in scholarship funding. The scholarships are meant for students who want to pursue their education at Inscape.
Since there is a shortage of talented and skilled individuals within the South African film industry, the KZNFC bursary program was established in the year 2014 to address this problem and assist interested individuals. The bursary is aimed at covering the expenses of one academic year at a time. To avail funds for the subsequent year, students should reapply.
Students with weak financial backgrounds who are passionate about making a career in the film industry can apply for the FSA bursary program. The program is based at Film School Africa College in Somerset West Cape Town.