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Bringing together a selection of artworks from the permanent collections of Iziko South African National Gallery (ISANG) and the New Church Museum, Our Lady reflects on the evolving canon of artistic representations of women spanning more than 170 years.
It’s Summer in Cape Town and it gets hot, hot, hot! #BeatTheHeat and celebrate summer with Iziko Museums of South Africa. Include a cool museum in your holiday exploration itinerary. Take your pick of one or all of the 11 natural history, art and social history museums in the Iziko portfolio. These museums are bound to offer fascinating and inspiring summer memories.
Iziko Museums of South Africa’s Education and Public Programmes Department, in partnership with Learn to Earn (LtE) - a not for profit skills development organisation - will showcase the work of the Learn to Earn’s 2016 Graphic Design Students.
A poignant exhibition aiming to memorialize the forgotten history of the South African slave trade will open at the Iziko Slave Lodge on 21 October 2016. My Naam is Februarie: Identities Rooted in Slavery will open to the public today, after an intimate opening ceremony last night.
The unique exhibition, Home Truths: Domestic Interiors from South African Collections, curated by Emeritus Professor Michael Godby, closes on 23 October 2016 at the Iziko South African National Gallery.
Today, Iziko Museums of South Africa and the United States Embassy to South Africa announced a $500,000 (R7million) funding program through the U.S. Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP), the largest AFCP grant ever issued in South Africa.
BirdLife South Africa and Iziko Museums of South Africa will once again host the annual Oceans of Life photographic exhibition, which opens at the Iziko South African Museum on the 7 October 2016.
Iziko Museums of South Africa will host an exhibition by the Standard Bank Young Artist for Visual Arts 2016: Mohau Modisakeng. The show titled “LEFA LA NTATE” will open at theIziko South Africa National Gallery on 20 October 2016.
Heritage Day, 24 September, offers all South Africans an opportunity to reflect and celebrate our history and heritage. Iziko Museums of South Africa’s annual In_Herit Festival provides an excellent opportunity to connect and reflect during Heritage Month.
Heritage Day, 24 September, offers us an opportunity to reflect and celebrate our history and heritage. South Africa boasts eleven official languages and a great diversity of peoples, cultures and religions. Heritage Day also offers us an opportunity to engage and explore the heritage of others.
at Iziko Museums of South Africa on Heritage Day.
Heritage Day, 24 September, offers us an opportunity to reflect and celebrate our history and heritage. Iziko Museums of South Africa’s annual in_Herit Festival provides an excellent occasion to connect and reflect on Heritage Day.
Iziko Museums of South Africa in partnership with the HCI foundation and Business & Art South Africa, in collaboration with the Institute for Creative Arts (formerly known as GIPCA) presents the annual in_Herit Festival 2016. The in_Herit Festival offers free entry to all Iziko museums from 19 – 25 September.