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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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Basa Awards 2021 entries openEntries are open for the 24th Annual Basa (Business and Arts South Africa) Awards partnered by Hollard. 5 May 2021 Read more

Applications now open for Basa supporting grantsBusiness and Arts South Africa NPC (Basa) invites arts projects that have received business sponsorship to apply for a supporting grant. 29 Apr 2021 Read more

Basa Assembly draws creative and business sectors togetherComplex conversations and the stirrings of systemic change were the hallmarks of the inaugural Business and Arts South Africa (Basa) Assembly held from 24-26 March 2021 and presented in partnership with British Council Southern Africa Arts. The fully digital, free event comprised a series of discussions, podcasts, presentations and live panels to address the urgent challenges facing a beleaguered arts sector. It remains online for further exploration at 30 Mar 2021 Read more

Day 2 of Basa Assembly gives voice to our artistsDay two of Basa Assembly gave our local artists the opportunity to offer their perspective on the creative economy, particularly how the current landscape of the sector may limit the critical scope needed for sustainability. 29 Mar 2021 Read more

Basa launches ArtsTrack No. 9 with a curated series of conversationsFocusing both on current cultural policy and cultural investment, Basa kicks off Day 1 of its two-day digital programme with a series of debates and discussions focused on the current cultural landscape and the responsibility on both business and the arts to effect decisive changes for growth in and for both sectors. It will also see the release of Basa's bi-annual research project ArtsTrack No. 9, which tracks consumer engagement within the arts and culture sectors. 26 Mar 2021 Read more

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