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Mandela Day 2017

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NELSON MANDELA BAY ART MUSEUM TO HOLD BUMPER SCHOOL CHILDREN PROGRAMME


The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum will be hosting art workshops for children during the July school holidays to celebrate Mandela Month.

 

The exhibition, THE ART MUSEUM IS A MEETING PLACE, pays tribute to the role of the Art Museum as a conduit for people, art and ideas to meet.  The exhibition shows how artists use their talent to tell stories about the world around them.

 

What is your story and how can you inspire people around you

 

Join us, as we will be using the art on display and Mandela’s favourite stories as inspiration to make our unique art work.  It will be a chance for you to experiment with a range of art materials.

 

 

Wednesday, 12 July 7- 11yrs          Story telling and soft pastel drawing

 

Thursday, 13 July                  12- 15yrs        Drawing - making stories

 

Friday, 14 July                       7 - 15 yrs        Painting with paper inclusions

 

Wednesday, 19 July 7- 9 yrs           Drawing faces

 

Thursday, 20 July                  12 -15 yrs       Charcoal and acrylic painting   

 

Friday, 21July                        Family             Create fond memories - paper family quilt

 

Please note:

 

Time: 9h00-12h00 on dates above

Age: 7 – 14 years old          

Price: R30 cash, per child, per day.

 

All materials will be provided.

 

Please bring along an apron or old clothes and your own packed lunches.

Booking is essential as only a limited number of children can be accommodated.

 

For more information and to book your seat please telephone the Art Museum on 041 506 2000.

Issued by Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Communications Office. 

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