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Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) is an internationally recognised South African development agency which integrates the Arts into, and contributes to, Corporate's commercial success. With a suite of integrated programmes BASA encourages mutually beneficial partnerships between business and the arts.
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#Basa25 Awards entries openThe Annual Basa Awards, partnered by Hollard, has recognised and celebrated over 300 business and arts partnerships to date. After two years online, the Basa Awards are planning a return to a live event and entries are now open. 11 May 2022 Read more

View Basa Supporting Grants webinarBasa held an online workshop to provide greater clarity on the application process and eligibility criteria of the Supporting Grants programme. The webinar was live-streamed on the Basa Facebook page on 12 April 2022 and was facilitated by Basa head of Research, Madeleine Lambert. Interested parties who were unable to attend the webinar live are encouraged to visit Basa's Facebook page, where a recording of the entire proceedings has been saved for post-viewing. 20 Apr 2022 Read more

Basa Supporting Grants webinarBusiness and Arts South Africa (BASA) will be broadening the scope of its assistance to Supporting Grant applicants with an online workshop aimed at providing greater clarity on the entire life cycle of the submission process. The workshop, to be held on 12 April 2022 and facilitated by BASA head of research, Madeleine Lambert, intends to provide greater clarity to eligible applicants keen to put their names forward as candidates for consideration. 11 Apr 2022 Read more

#Basa25 Celebration Programme announcedTrue to its unique DNA, Business and Arts South Africa (Basa) has unveiled an innovative, year-long programme to mark its quarter of a century anniversary year. The compelling line-up of new initiatives, intermingled with Basa staples, aims to extend the organisation's indelible legacy as a nexus for business, culture and creativity for a further 25 years and beyond. 15 Feb 2022 Read more

Call out: Cultural Producers Programme applicationsSupported by the British Council Cultural Economy programme, and partnered by Common Purpose South Africa, Business and Arts South Africa (Basa) is launching a new Cultural Producers Programme for which applications are now open. 17 Dec 2021 Read more

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