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Namibian Heritage Week 2020 Grants

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1. What is Namibian Heritage Week?Heritage Week is an opportunity for Namibians to showcase our heritage. The week encourages all Namibians to celebrate and commit themselves to protect our wonderful natural and cultural resources. Namibia’s major heritage institutions have joined together as a team to organize Namibian Heritage Week. As an umbrella organisation for museums country wide, the Museums Association of...

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MAN Member Internet Access Survey - Please Complete

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As the world is evolving, we are trying to find ways to continue engaging you on new and different platforms. Due to funding constraints and the uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic, we are also looking at innovative ways in which to have the AGM this year. We have therefore set up this quick questionnaire to ascertain the best way to engage...

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Building a Dream: Making a Museum of Namibian Fashion

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Museums are the custodians of our cultural heritage. The Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) believes that one of the important reasons why we should preserve artifacts is because their meaning and design can inspire young Namibians working in the creative industries. It was for this reason that MAN recently held a stakeholders’ workshop to discuss the concept of establishing a `Museum...

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Logo Design Competition - Museum of Namibian Fashion

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Can you design a vibrant, unique logo which reflects Namibia’s rich fashion heritage? Win a two-night stay for two people sharing (sponsored by Gondwana Collection Namibia) and a Safari Sweater & Card Holder (sponsored by Couture by Kim).*Terms and condition apply To enter:Submit a high-resolution design with a watermark in jpeg format via email to museums@iway.na The top five short-listed designs...

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ResiliArt Namibia Online Debate - 28 May 2020

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ResiliArt Namibia, a collaborative partnership between the Directorate of Arts, Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture,  Turipamwe Design, Joe Vision Production, the EU and the UNESCO Windhoek Office will host the third of three Panels on the impact of COVID-19 on the heritage, arts and culture sector. The ResiliArt debates address pressing issues affecting the livelihoods of cultural professionals, including the...

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ResiliArt Namibia Online Debate - 26 May 2020

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ResiliArt Namibia, a collaborative partnership between the Directorate of Arts, Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture,  Turipamwe Design, Joe Vision Production, the EU and the UNESCO Windhoek Office will host the first of three Panels on the impact of COVID-19 on the heritage, arts and culture sector.

The ResiliArt debates address pressing issues affecting the livelihoods of cultural professionals, including the social and economic rights of artists, copyright protection, digitization of content and freedom of expression. The need to ensure that these issues are given the place they deserve in the political and social discussions that will shape the world after the crisis.

Please use the link below to join the debate and share your insights on a collaborative and resilient way forward!

You can join the session on Zoom with the following details Zoom Meeting Details Webinar ID: 935 7915 8548 Password: 317088

Session 2
Date: Tuesday 26th May 2020
Time: 14h00 -16h00

You can download the programme for all three sessions here ResiliArt Namibia Debate Programme

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ResiliArt Namibia Online Debate - 20 May 2020

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ResiliArt Namibia, a collaborative partnership between the Directorate of Arts, Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture,  Turipamwe Design, Joe Vision Production, the EU and the UNESCO Windhoek Office will host the first of three Panels on the impact of COVID-19 on the heritage, arts and culture sector. The ResiliArt debates address pressing issues affecting the livelihoods of cultural professionals, including the...

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Stand Together at Tsumeb Cultural Village

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The exhibition will be at the Helvi Mpingana Kondombolo Cultural Village in Tsumeb from Friday 21st of February until Saturday the 04th of April 2020. The catalogues will also be available at the cultural village and available for download at https://www.museums.com.na/journal-and-publications. Opening Times: Monday – Friday 09h00 - 16h00Saturdays 09h00 - 13h00 Bookings for Guided Tours: +264811482391

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