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Art causes people to look a little closer. To look closer at the social issues, at other people and their emotions, at the environment that surround them, and the everyday objects and life forms around them. It helps them see what is there but not easily perceived. The artist brings out that which cannot be seen or felt easily. When society sees and feels clearly on these things, it provides opportunities for change in thought or appreciation of the message behind the art.
 
 
PERFORMING ARTS
 
Performing arts are art forms in which artists use their voices and/or the movements of their bodies, often in relation to other objects, to convey artistic expression. Performing arts include a variety of disciplines but all are intended to be performed in front of a live audience.
 
Theatre is the branch of performing arts; concerned with acting out stories in front of an audience, using a combination of speech, gesture, music, dance, sound and spectacle. Any one or more of these elements is performing arts. Theatre takes such forms as plays, musicals, opera, ballet, illusion, mime, classical Indian dance, improvisational theatre, stand-up comedy, pantomime, and non-conventional or contemporary forms like postmodern theatre, post-dramatic theatre, or performance art.
 
The Performing Arts presupposes collaborative modes of production and a collective form of reception. Performing Arts usually involves contributions from playwrights, directors, choreographers, conductors, a cast of actors, singers or dancers, and a technical production team that includes a scenic or set designer, lighting designer, costume designer, sound designer, stage manager, stage hands and production manager. Depending on the production, this team may also include a composer, video designer or fight director.
 
 
THE ARTS TALENT POCKET ADVISOR
 
The Arts TALENT Advisor is a FREE Listing and Showcase EXCLUSIVELY for all South African ARTISTS working within the Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Audio Visual Arts, Commercial Arts and Applied Arts.
 
Julius Eichbaum - flamboyant businessman, publisher, cultural activist and opera-lover - (primarily known for his publication of the journal Scenaria and his sharp and critical editorials and articles on arts and culture in South Africa), once said to me that artists see themselves as more important than soap powder. And that is the problem. He argued that if a brand of soap powder is not on the shelf, nobody will buy it.
 
Arts.eAfrica.info is an extensive “shopping mall” with various “shops” representing all facets of the arts in South Africa. Our motto is, “Get listed to be found”. Represent yourself. Sell yourself. Read more
 
 
THE ARTS SUPPLIERS POCKET ADVISOR
 
Our "Tap-to-Dial" or "Link" Pocket Advisor PREFERED SUPPLIERS LISTS are handy CONTACT LISTS that you, your clients or buyers can view or download to their Cell Phones, Tablets or PCs. The Pocket Advisor PREFERED SUPPLIERS LISTS automatically updates new entries the moment you open it. See yourself on the “A” LIST! Read more
 
 
BLOGS
 
Building Your Personal Brand in the Performing Arts: Blogging Can Help!
 
Building your brand in the Performing Arts is extremely important to your success.  There are countless ways to effectively build your brand in the Entertainment Industry by using social networking, showcasing your talents on Youtube and by uploading your profile on Arts.eAfrica.info (for FREE).  These are fantastic outlets to help you build your brand and show the world who you are! 
 
Another great way to build your brand is BLOGGING.  Starting a discussion or participating in a BLOG on Arts.eAfrica.info is a great option to help you connect with other people and build your brand and social presence in the Entertainment Industry.
 
Blogging about your experiences as, say, a performer, can also be very helpful to others considering a career in the Entertainment Industry. Read more
 
 
BLOG TOPICS
 
The driving force behind Arts.eAfrica.info is a variety of Website Public Blogs and Private Forums regarding our industry to evaluate and discuss the ‘state’ of the arts in South Africa. You can participate or introduce a topic to discuss, review, complain or RAVE! Our VIRAL BLOG is fully integrated with Facebook, Twitter and Linked In that enable you to share your Blog stories with friends and colleagues with just one click. To participate in a BLOG is free to use by Registered Users only and include the general public once they have registered.
 
 
To view the current topics on our list of BLOGS for the Performing Arts
 
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INDEX
 
ACTING............... AGENCIES...............
 
CHOIRS............... CHOREOGRAPHERS.........
 
COMPOSERS............ COSTUMES...............
 
DANCE:CLASSICAL...... DANCE:CONTEMPORARY.....
 
DANCE:CULTURAL....... DÉCOR..................
 
DIRECTORS (Stage).... EVENTS.................
 
FESTIVALS............ GOSPEL MUSIC...........
 
HIP-HOP.............. MC’S...................
 
MUSICIANS:CLASSICAL.. MUSICIANS:CONTEMPORARY 
 
MUSICAL THEATRE...... PLAYWRIGHTS............
 
PRESENTERS........... PRODUCTIONS............
 
PROPS................ SCHOOL PRODUCTIONS.....
 
SINGING:CLASSICAL.... SINGING:CONTEMPORARY...
 
STAND-UP COMEDY...... TECHNICAL SERVICES.....
 
TRAINING.............
 
 
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