Download PESP3 Art Creating Application Forms

Apply to create art for a period of two (2) months under the PESP3 2022/2023 Art Creating Programme consisting of two sub-programmes;

  • Sub-programme 1: Art Creating – Individual Artists
  • Sub-programme 2: Art Creating – Public Art

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture has made Presidential Employment Stimulus Programme (PESP3) Funding available to the cultural and creative industry. The aim is to expand the creative industry and contributing to economic recovery and reconstruction. Due to the successful implementation of the first PESP in 2020, the National Museum, with coordination by the Art Bank of South Africa, will again implement the Commissioning Programme in 2022.

 

PROGRAMME CONTENT

Sub-programme 1: Art Creating – Individual Artists

This program will employ visual artists to each create art works for the National Museum. Once an artist is selected for the programme, the artwork(s) created will belong to the National Museum after payment of the tranches.

Created works will be submitted to the ArtbankSA Acquisitions Committee to be considered for inclusion in the ArtbankSA Contemporary Visual Art Collection.

Monthly stipend for artists: Various (Depends on Artist Category)

Category A: R5 700 (for a maximum period of two months) 

Download PESP3 Category A form PDF

Download PESP3 Category A form WORD

 

Category B: R7 500 (for a maximum period of two months)

Download PESP3 Category B form PDF

Download PESP3 Category B form WORD

 

Category C: R10 000 (for a maximum period of two months)

Download PESP3 Category C form PDF

Download PESP3 Category C form WORD

 

Sub-programme 2: Art creating – Public Art

This program will employ visual artists to create public art. Artists in this program may work in groups and collaborate on creating one or more large scale artworks that could become local attractions.

Monthly stipend for artists: R5 700 (for a maximum period of two months)

Download PESP3 Public Art form PDF

Download PESP3 Public Art form WORD