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BASA announces arts projects receiving Supporting Grants

May 27, 2010

Business and Arts South Africa has announced the organisations and individuals who are to receive supporting grants in the first cycle of 2010.

Congratulations to you all!

The organisations are as follows:

– Big Time Dance Troupe for their project “Queen E and her Entourage”, sponsored by Ellies (Pty) Ltd;
– Rotary Club of Kloof for their project “Art and Music in the Hills”, sponsored by TBWA Hunt Lascaris – Durban;
– New Music SA for their project “eMusic Indaba”, sponsored by SAMRO;
– Cosmos Productions for their project “Theatre for Change Tour”, sponsored by Protea Hotels;
– Africa Ignite for their project “Showcasing KwaZulu-Natal – proud art, craft and heritage at the King Shaka International Airport”, sponsored by Airport Company South Africa Limited;
– Aid to Artisans South Africa Trust (ATASA) for their project “South Africa Handcraft Exhibition” featuring the women artists of the Ndebele, sponsored by Nando’s Chickenland (Pty) Ltd;
– Tshwane Leadership Foundation for their project “Feast of the Clowns”, sponsored by City Property Administration (Pty) Ltd;
– Ifa Lethu Foundation for their project “Home and Away – A return to the South”, sponsored by G&D Apparel;
– Field Band Foundation for their project “Field Band Foundation: Marketing and Raising Awareness”, sponsored by Ogilvy (Pty) Ltd Durban;
– Johannesburg Art Gallery for their project “My Private Universe”, sponsored by Stokvel Cellular (Pty) Ltd;
– Baxter Theatre Centre for their project “Remix Dance Company: Loveaffair”, sponsored by Red Lake Trading 10 (Pty) Ltd;
– Kearsney College for their project “Kearsney Choir Tour to World Olympics Game” (July 2010 – Return upbeat festival August 2010), sponsored by The Jonsson Group (Pty) Ltd;
– University of the Witwatersrand for their project “Drama for Life”, sponsored by German Technical Co-operation (GTZ);
– Dr Fred Scott (an individual) for his project “Eleven Soccer and Art South Africa 2010”, sponsored by Commerzbank South Africa; and
– Buntuzim Media Production for their project “Maboneng – Alexandra Multi-Arts Experience”, sponsored by Santam Ltd.

Business and Arts South Africa is an internationally recognised South African development agency. It incorporates the arts into, and contributes to, companies’ commercial success. The suite of integrated programmes allows the agency to encourage mutually beneficial partnerships between business and the arts. For more information, click here.

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