Museums Association of Namibia
The Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) is an umbrella organisation that represents all Namibian museums. As a representative body it supports museums in various ways such as in the field of training, funding and the networking of professionals.
The Museums Association of Namibia in collaboration with the Embassy of Finland in Namibia and the Climate Change Exhibition Working Group, would like to invite you to the Official Launch of the “Changing Climate, Changing Namibia” Mobile Exhibition
Date: Thursday 27th April, 2017
Venue: Habitat Research & Development Centre
RSVP: Ndapewoshali Ashipala
Tel: +264 61 302230
* Refreshments will be served *
Friday 18th of November 6pm
at the Katutura Community Art Centre.
The 2016 season runs from 3 to 7 October and is framed as an intersectional dialogue of art, archivism and activism.
The National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) in collaboration with the Arts Association Heritage Trust (AAHT) and the John Muafangejo Art Centre (JMAC) is pleased to host 'Muafangejo: Memory and Activism', an exhibition of works by the late Namibian printmaker, John Ndevasia Muafangejo. This exhibition forms part of the John Muafangejo Season, a new project initiated by JMAC which aims to honour the remarkable legacy of John Muafangejo through a programme of community engagement activities with local and guest practitioners from the Southern African region.
As part of this season, the exhibition, 'Muafangejo: Memory and Activism' is on show at the NAGN in the Foyer from 3 October to 5 November 2016. Additionally, the NAGN will house a JMAC ARTiculation Session on 5 October 2016 around the theme ‘Muafangejo as memory for protest today’.
Venue: FNCC Main Gallery
Place: Walvis Bay municipality Mall
“Fairy circles, tiger bush, grass islands, heuweltjies in arid regions: an update of hypothesis and evidence”
Wednesday, 14th September 2016 at 19h30:
presentation by Dr. Norbert Jürgens:
After we held the Namibian premiere in 2015 of
Yaba Badoe's finely directed and crafted documentary about world acclaimed Ghanaian writer Ama Ata Aidoo,
AfricAvenir once again presents "The Art of Ama Ata Aidoo" this month on Wednesday, 14/09 at the FNCC, 18h30.
See more information in the attached press release.