Red in the Rainbow
South African Museum
Moses Tladi UNEARTHED
South African National Gallery
An interesting live lecture on the current night sky is presented every Saturday and Sunday. You will receive a star map and be shown where to find the constellations and planets that are visible this month.
Saturday -...Continue reading
BirdLife South Africa’s Oceans of Life photo exhibition highlights the beauty of the world beneath the waves, while forcing you to think about the impacts humans are having on the ocean.
The exhibition consists of the...Continue reading
Moses Tladi, born in 1903 in the remote Sekhukhuneland, is regarded as the first black artist to have exhibited formally in South Africa and was certainly the first black artist to exhibit at the South African National...Continue reading
Karoo Disclosure is a collaborative art installation that investigates the highly contentious issue of fracking.
The installation will include all of the many elements that made up the official Karoo Indy Film Festival...Continue reading
The visual poetry and politics of humanity is the enduring interest of photographer Jodi Bieber, and in a country like South Africa – with its violent history of apartheid, its ambivalent transition to democracy and its...Continue reading
Venue: Iziko Slave Lodge
Date: 25 July 2015 to end June 2016
Red in the Rainbow is an exhibition based on Lynn Carneson’s book, Red in the Rainbow: The Life and Times of Fred and Sarah Carneson. The exhibition, which...Continue reading
Works from the South African National Gallery Permanent Collection
Twenty-two oils, the proofs of Irma Stern’s first German publication, numerous gouaches and works on paper from the Permanent Collection of the Iziko...Continue reading
Venue: Iziko Slave Lodge
Until end December 2015
“Labels” comprises record covers, disks and images relating to music, and functions as a historical record of South Africa’s musical past, reflecting on famous as well...Continue reading
This real life documentary about community explores the ever-changing social and cultural meaning of the Bo-Kaap. Told through conversational narratives, images and sound, this video installation challenges stereotypes,...Continue reading
With current habitat and forage resources (flowers producing nectar and pollen) for honeybees dwindling, we need to protect and maintain existing bee-friendly vegetation and plant more bee-friendly plants. This exhibition...Continue reading
Music played a vital role during the struggle against apartheid. The melodies, carried in the hearts of people, served as calls to action, inspired, encouraged and motivated. Freedom songs provide a window into the...Continue reading