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Workshops: Funding for Cultural Organisations for 2005/2006

This document sets out the workshops times and application deadlines for applications for funding from the Western Cape Cultural Commission for 2005/2006.
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Cultural organisations in the Western Cape, excluding Festivals, working in the performing, visual or literary arts, natural sciences, humanities, cultural-history or youths cultural awareness and involvement may apply for project funding from the Western Cape Cultural Commission.

Information sessions will be held at the following venues to assist prospective applicants:

Mitchells Plain Stephen Reagon Hall 30 March 18:00
Lwandle Lwandle Community Hall 31 March 18:00
Wellington St Albans Primary School 9 April 10:00
Beaufort West Multi Purpose Centre 12 April 18:00
Thembalethu Multi Purpose Centre 7 April 18:00
Riversdale Multi Purpose Centre 6 April 18:00
Caledon Caledon Museum 5 April 18:00
Vredenburg Louwville Community Hall 5 April 18:00
Atlantis Protea Park Primary School 6 April 18:00
Khayelitsha Khayelitsha Resource Centre 30 March 18:00
Zoar Zoar Sports Stadium 5 April 18:00
Barrydale Municipality ,Old Council Chamber 6 April 18:00
Van Rhynsdorp Maskamsig Community Hall 7 April 18:00

For more information, please contact the office at
tel: 021 483 9713/21
fax: 021 483 9711
Email :

Western Cape Cultural Commission,
Private Bag X9067,
Cape Town, 8000.

The closing date for applications for 2005 / 2006 is Friday 29 April 2005 at 16h00.

No late applications will be considered and the decision of the western cape cultural commission is final.

All applications are to be posted or delivered to:

Private Bag x9067
Cape Town

Protea Assurance Building
Greenmarket Square
Cape Town.

The content on this page was last updated on 15 March 2014