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CTAF shines a light on Cape Town’s emerging visual artists.
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CTAF shines a light on Cape Town’s emerging visual artists.

Cape Town, South Africa – October 23, 2023 – The Cape Town Arts Festival, formerly the Cape Town Festival (CTAF), is back and all set to celebrate the dynamic fusion between arts, culture, and community with showstopping talent, taking place on Saturday, December 9, and Sunday, December 10, against the backdrop of the Castle of Good Hope, a historical gem nestled in the heart of the Mother City

Cape Town Arts Festival Returns in 2023: Shining Bigger, Better, and More Vibrant than Ever
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Cape Town Arts Festival Returns in 2023: Shining Bigger, Better, and More Vibrant than Ever

Cape Town, South Africa – October 23, 2023 – The Cape Town Arts Festival, formerly the Cape Town Festival (CTAF), is back and all set to celebrate the dynamic fusion between arts, culture, and community with showstopping talent, taking place on Saturday, December 9, and Sunday, December 10, against the backdrop of the Castle of Good Hope, a historical gem nestled in the heart of the Mother City

Call for Applications for Visa For Music 2023
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Call for Applications for Visa For Music 2023

Visa For Music Morocco 2023 in collaboration with the National Arts Council of South Africa invites South African musicians to apply to be part of the 10th edition of the Visa for Music festival. The music festival will be held from 22 to 25  November 2023 in Rabat, Morocco. This is the 10th edition of...

Cape Town Festival takes to the streets to re-imagine the role of buskers
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Cape Town Festival takes to the streets to re-imagine the role of buskers

PRESS RELEASE Former CT Festival CEO, Yusuf Ganief, returns as Executive Chairperson, to revive the Cape Town Festival to support struggling artists, battling for survival under the economic pressures caused by the Covid Pandemic. Together with partners, The Castle of Good Hope, Ariva Arts Foundation, and Western Cape Department of Arts and Culture, Mr. Ganief...

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