Corner of Bertha & Jorissen Streets
Wednesday – Sunday
10:00 – 16:00 Visit Website
Wits Art Museum is home to an extraordinary collection of African art, including contemporary and historical art from South Africa and art from West and Central Africa.
The Museum is one of Johannesburg’s premier tourist attractions, along with the Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill. It is part of the Wits University Cultural Precinct, just three blocks from Nelson Mandela Bridge.
Writing Art's Histories: Exhibition Classroom
An exhibition of artworks that form the basis of a postgraduate programme in History of Art. The course aims to introduce students to the many ways that art's histories can be told. Students develop original research based on objects in WAM's collection.
Alfred Thoba: A Step Becomes a Statement
A retrospective exhibition of the work by Alfred Thoba, a South African Artist with a distinctive style and vision that has cemented his unique legacy. The show spans four decades and represents an in-depth and overdue look at a painter, whose work chronicles major milestones in South Africa's political history and his own personal journey.
Cnr Bertha and Stiemens streets
155 Jan Smuts Avenue
Cnr Melle and De Korte Streets
142 Jan Smuts Avenue
163 Jan Smuts Avenue
19 Keyes Avenue
138 Jan Smuts Avenue
Corner of Juta of De Beer Streets
2 Bolton Road