Public Programmes

The Public Programmes offered at Iziko encourage inclusionary discussions and inter-generational dialogues. The programmes provide an opportunity for members of the public to participate in events and activities that are meaningful and educational. We utilize the following commemorative events to create a space of engagement, wonder and surprise for diverse audiences.

Human Rights Day Programme

Amphitheatre, Iziko South African Museum, 25 Queen Victoria St.

Time

Artist

Comments

11h00 to 11h30

Rebirth

Gospel

11h30 to 12h30

Community Artists

Mixed

12h30 to 13h00

Chad Saaiman

Pop/R&B

13h00 to 13h30

Gugulethu Tenors

Opera/Classical

13h30 to 14h45

Cape Cultural Collective

Mixed/Folk

14h45 to 15h30

Speeches:

National, Provincial and Local Government representatives

Plus dedications by religious leaders: Christian, Muslim, Jew, Hindu and African Traditional

15h30 to 15h45

Alen the Singing Car Guard

Pop

15h45 to 16h15

Karin Kortje

Pop/R&B

16h15 to 17h00

The Black Ties

Pop/R&B

17h00 to 17h15

Ex-hosa

African / Hip hop

17h15 to 18h00

Tucan Tucan

Jazz/African

18h00 to 18h15

Youngsta

Hip hop

18h15 to 19h00

Glenn Robertson Jazz Band

Jazz/Pop