Submission of Art Work for the National Eisteddfod Young Artist Awards Competition 2020 - Deadline postponed!

Due to the NATIONAL LOCK DOWN, the deadline for the submission of Art Works entered for the 2020 National Eisteddfod Young Artist Award Competition has been postponed to 22 APRIL 2020. Address for submission of art works: Block 3, Suite 15, Bergzicht Office Park, Corner of Christiaan de Wet and Rooibok Road, Allen's Nek (opposite Clearwater Mall and Harley Davidson).

Young Performer Awards Competition 2020

Young Performer Awards Competition 2020

Provides a competitive platform for all top achievers in the National Eisteddfod or similar events in 2019 with prizes up to the value of R50,000.

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How does one participate in the National Eisteddfod?

How does one participate in the National Eisteddfod?

People doesn't always know WHERE to start! They are unsure about where to begin or what is required.
This section will guide you!

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National Eisteddfod of South Africa 2020

National Eisteddfod of South Africa 2020

A Platform of Choice for many young performers! A comprehensive Prospectus provides for classical & contemporary music, speech and drama in all official languages, dance, creative and fine arts, as well as learners with different abilities.

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About us

The National Eisteddfod of South Africa® presents opportunities to young South African talent in all communities for participation and showcasing their talents in music, dance, theatre and fine arts.  The National Eisteddfod of South Africa serves as a springboard to prepare learners for a career in the performing arts.Read More…  

National Eisteddfod

The annual National Eisteddfod of South Africa® is presented in various regions during August – October.  Regional National Eisteddfod events consists of adjudicated sessions where any performers can participate in the following categories:

  • Speech and drama
  • Dance
  • Classical and crossover music (vocal and instrumental)
  • Contemporary music (vocal and instrumental)
  • Fine art
  • Learners with different abilities

National Eisteddfod events are aimed at developing young performers through the adjudication and a mentoring process that involve both teacher and parent. This experience allows teachers and parents the opportunity to guide participants to deal with success and failure within a safe and child-centered environment.

Regional eisteddfod events are presented within rural and urban communities in various provinces in South Africa and even accross our borders.  Participants that receive diploma awards for their performances  in the regional National Eisteddfod events, qualify to be invited to compete in the annual Young Performer Awards Competition that is proudly presented annually by the National Eisteddfod Academy.

For more information on how to participate in the annual National Eisteddfod events click here.

 

Showcase events

The National Eisteddfod’s showcase events are presented in various regions and celebrate the top performers on a regional level.  A selection of top achievers in each region of the National Eisteddfod are invited to perform at a formal Showcase. Various item, category and other regional top achievers are also acknowledged at these events with special certificates and awards.

These showcase events are a highlight in the National Eisteddfod of South Africa’s annual calendar.  We often enjoy sold-out theatres where our young performers are celebrated by family and general public.

To see when the next Showcase event is in your area download our annual programme here...

Young Performer Awards Competition

The NEA Young Performer Awards competition is known as the most prestigious event of its kind in South Africa.  This competition expect skills, knowledge and understanding that are exceptionally high.  With prizes up to the value of R 50 000 annually, “cute” is simply not enough. The Young Performer Awards Competition is presented over four elimination rounds.

Read more about this competition  here…

 

Young Artist Award Competition

The Young Artist Award Competition, launched in 2013 provides an opportunity for top achievers in the Creative Arts.

Adjudication: 

A panel of adjudicators will adjudicate all art entries according to the school grade of participants. All participants will receive feedback and a certificate to confirm that they have participated in this competition.

The adjudicators will select the best art work in each grade and will then select a winner in each of the following categories: Entry Level (Gr. 0 – 3), Junior (Gr. 4 – 7) & Senior (Grade 8 – Open Section). The names of these winners are annually announced at the Final Round of the National Eisteddfod Young Performer Awards.

Read more about the Young Artist Awards Competition here


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Some changes and updated information will be introduced in Prospectus 2020 soon, however the core information will remain unchanged and therefore Prospectus 2019 can still be used as a source document.