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Sunday, July 10, 2016


Deadline for applications: August 10, 2016

(This information is published in full on the Arts & Culture Trust’s blog – see

The Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative (FATC), funded by the National Lotteries Commission of South Africa (NLCSA), announces the availability of 12-month contract opportunities for professional dancers, dance interns and trainees.

FATC, one of South Africa’s leading dance companies and a recognized champion of art for social transformation, is now based at the Ebhudlweni Art Centre in Emakhazeni, Mpumalanga. Qualified candidates who would like to be part of the visionary work carried out by The Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative from its pioneering rural Arts Centre are invited to apply for these positions, available for the 2016 to 2017 period.

FATC has a vibrant and internationally acclaimed artistic programme, which sees the company regularly performing on significant national and international platforms. It is also very active in pursuing its commitment to training and development programmes. From its base in rural Mpumalanga, FATC offers an array of programmes that include: an extensive Rural Outreach programme, that teaches dance to children and youth in Mpumalanga and further afield in other provinces; a Youth Artists Leadership Programme; and an Artists-In-Residence programme for young professional dance artists.

FATC also curates the My Body My Space Public Art Festival in Mpumalanga and runs annual Summer and Winter School programmes for young people and young professionals at the Ebhudlweni Art Centre. Successful candidates will play a vital role in implementing FATC’s extensive artistic and outreach programmes.

The deadline for applications is August 10, 2016. For more information email