Monday September 19, 2011

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Heritage week at Iziko Museums

Iziko will launch its Heritage Week programme on 19 September with lunchtime film screenings, public talks, outreach activities and *FREE Entry for all to Iziko Museums (*excluding the Castle of Good Hope and Planetarium, which offers free entry on the 24th). Live spider displays in the ‘Creepy Crawley Corner’ and demonstrations by the Cape Weavers Guild provide something for everyone.

Jiving with Madiba

The exhibition traces the life of Nelson Mandela from Prisoner to President to Pensioner. Art Times calls  this exhibition “visually stunning and historically important”, it is truly an inspiring romp through the first two decades of the New South Africa, as serialised in our media, by our greatest cartoonist, Jonathan Shapiro.

Visitors of all ages are leaving the exhibit touched by the contributions of Mandela and Shapiro, so different in their talent and yet both hugely influential in the shaping of the New South Africa.

The South African Jewish Museum was opened by Nelson Mandela and according to Lonely Planet “is one of the most imaginatively designed and interesting of the city’s museums”!
The museum is open Sunday-Thursday 10-5, Fridays10-2 and Closed on Saturday.
Entrance is R15, Children are free! For information call 021-465-1546.
Open on Sundays, National Women’s Day (9 August) and all Public Holidays!

  • Location: South African Jewish Museum 88 Hatfield Street
  • Time: Sun-Thu 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-2pm
  • Organiser Contact: 021 465 1546
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Living Maths Art Competition Grade 1 -12

Living Maths, in association with the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) and the South Africa Astronomical Observatory (SAAO), present a wonderful Art Competition for learners from grades 1-12.
In celebration of World Space Week (4-7 October 2011) and the fact that the 62nd IAC is taking place in Africa for the first time, this competition has been devised to give learners a chance to bring the South African Space industry into the public eye. 3 categories (Junior (gr 1-3), Intermediate (gr 4-7) and Senior (gr 8-12). For more info see http://www.livingmaths.com