Zeitz MOCAA continues to reach out and in this new virtual age in COVID-19 times, keeps in touch with an interesting programme of events. The Zeitz MOCAA July Diary is a case of #MuseumFromHome in action!
“After temporarily closing the doors of Zeitz MOCAA to the public in March this year, we have not stopped working, thinking, talking, and connecting (virtually)”, writes Storm Janse Van Rensburg, Senior Curator at Zeitz MOCAA. “We are taking the time given to us to do a deep interrogation of the work we do, to understand better what kind of institution we want to be, and how we will achieve this. Our challenges, as a new institution, remain, and have starkly sharpened as we face loss of income, and a radically changing social and economic environment.” [Read his full report here.]
Dates For Your Zeitz MOCAA July Diary
- Join Wangechi Mutu in Head to Head talk
Hear the artist Wangechi Mutu and Zeitz MOCAA board advisor in conversation with Koyo Kouoh, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the museum.
Living between Kenya and the USA, Mutu is an award-winning artist whose work spans over two decades.
You can watch this talk and previous talks HERE
- Music, DIY cocktails and more with WOZA at home
This Saturday evening, we bring you WOZA at home.
Wherever you are, join Zeitz MOCAA for an online mix of music, creative workshops, cocktail-making and art-led conversation.
Pay what you can with their different ticket options. Full proceeds go to bringing the love of art to children.
- Online Open Studio brings fun for the family
Get the family together for Online Open Studio, a fun art-making session guided by our art educators.
This month, make 3D artworks inspired by mixed media artists Nicholas Hlobo and Jill Joubert.
Look out for new videos on our YouTube channel on Saturday 11 and 25 July.
WHERE: Zeitz MOCAA in the comfort of your own home #MuseumFromHome
HOW: See links above