Wikipedia is the world’s leading encyclopedia. Unfortunately, Africa is under-represented on the platform and the people at Wikipedia want to change that. One way they are doing this is a photography competition to get more photographs from around the continent onto the platform.
Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA – What are the ways in which African leaders can harness the power of girls in Africa? How can we use this power to transform Africa’s future? The ONE Campaign wants to hear your ideas.
The Mastercard Foundation is calling for submissions of artwork to be licensed for reproduction in print and digital publications, that will communicate the dynamism and diversity of African youth.
PPC Zimbabwe is inviting architects, fashion designers and other artists to use cement in their work as part of a new Imaginarium Awards. The competition was launched in Harare recently by the company’s chief architect, Daniel van de Merwe (Pictured above. PIC: Leading Architecture & Design).
The Zimbabwe German Society, in partnership with British Council Zimbabwe, has launched an open call for projects aimed at supporting excitingly engaging creative ideas in Zimbabwe using the #zwIDea small grants initiative.
WIELS Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels, Belgium has started a residency collaboration with Mophradat and Africalia for artists respectively from the Arab world and African countries, from January 2018.
Harare’s Tsoko Gallery is calling for submissions from visual artists for a series of exhibitions themed ‘Monkey Business.’
Entries for the Emerging Writer’s Prize in Fiction should be a single prose work not exceeding 7,500 words. Entrants may submit more than once, but each new entry must be accompanied by a separate $20 entry fee.
The Cesar Egido Serrano Foundation has announced the commencement of submissions for the 2017 edition of the intensely competitive “The Museum of Words” International Flash Fiction Competition.
ICAF (Iwaya Community Art Festival) Lagos 2017 invites five artists (local and/or international) to participate in the first Artist-In-Residence (AIR) programme, which is a month’s residency in Iwaya community in November, to exhibit their work(s) during the Iwaya Community Art Festival in December (6th – 10th), 2017.