On Heritage Day, 24 September 2011 there will be tons of activates at the Iziko Museums:
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.
Traditional dance performances, ghoema entertainers, magic shows, drumming sessions, poetry, music and more, will be hosted at the ‘hearth of our heritage.’ See the performance, Woza Cape Town, a collaborative production of poetry, dance and song, presented by The Dance Project, which highlights the significance of the South African struggle and historical sites like District Six.There will also be Public Discussions like:
* “Forgotten Freedom Fighters: The San Struggle for Freedom Past and Present” by Dr Sven Ouzman (Curator of Pre-Colonial Archaeology, Iziko Museums).
* “The Image in the Liberation of South Africa: A look at the holdings of the Iziko South African National Gallery” by Robyn Cedras (Collections Manager, Iziko Museums).
For a detailed programme of events, log onto www.iziko.org.za For booking and enquiries contact Wandile Goozen Kasibe on 021 481 3804/13 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Iziko Museum Web site: http://www.iziko.org.zaSource: http://www.artlink.co.za/news_article.htm?contentID=28157