Education and Public Programmes – News
Iziko Museums has a jam-packed programme for national Women’s Day and promises visitors a contemplative and reflective experience. The day long programme includes the screening of documentaries celebrating the achievements of women and also highlighting some of their struggles and challenges.
Iziko Museums, promises to be abuzz with excitement and activity on Heritage Day, 24 September 2011. The programme observes the national heritage week theme: “Celebrating Heroes and Heroines of the Liberation Struggle in South Africa.” The celebration, jam-packed with thought provoking discussions, electrifying performances, film screenings and tours, kicks off in the Amphitheatre at the Iziko South African Museum at 10am.
Iziko Museums from 19 – 25 September 2011
Heritage Week (19-25 September) is an exciting time at Iziko Museums. ‘See things differently’ and gain fresh perspective on our diverse cultural heritage. The national Heritage Week theme: “Celebrating Heroes and Heroines of the Liberation Struggle in South Africa”, has informed the creation of a dynamic and multifaceted programme.
An exhibition making programme began on Saturday 11 June dealing with the theme of stereotyping and restoring memories using the photographic exhibitions of :
The Indian in Drum Magazine In The 1950sand Ranjith Kally: Through the Lens of Durban's Veteran Photographer.