40 Long Street
18:00 - 21:00
The SA Sendinggestig Museum, also known as the Slave Church, has a rich collection on the history of the South African mission society and its impact on slavery and indigenous people.
Exhibitions at the museum carry themes of the history of the SA Sendinggestig congregation, the building and Christian missionary work.
Join every First Thursdays from 18:00 – 20:00
In June 2019, the City of Cape Town hosted a four week pilot training programme titled “From Studio to Exhibition”, the programme was structured around a series of workshops, excursions and finally an exhibition of the artists work.
This is Me: A right of passage forms an extension of the learning opportunity for participants. The exhibition has given participants an opportunity to show-case their work and what they have learnt while participating in the programme.
This exhibition brings together various artistic personalities at particular stages in their careers. They share at least two essential characteristics: they have not yet been introduced to the world of art galleries and their works evoke the question of identity.
The exhibition examines who we are in a modern and ambiguous Africa. The question we are exploring is one of cultural diversity and that of origin, place of memories and heritage.
Date: 5 September 2019
Venue: SA Sendinggestig Museum, 40 Long Street, Cape Town
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