Secondary Programme

See below for performance and activity programme for Museum Night Cape Town on the 21st of February 2019.
Programme items are presented in the order of their starting times. To view this programme by site, please refer to the primary programme page

5.00 PM –

Iziko South African National Gallery

ATRIUM

DJ Cross Colours (Vinyl Digz) - on the decks until 9.45PM

ATRIUM

Drawing session - Materials will be provided. Until 9.00PM

A4 Arts Foundation

1ST FLOOR

F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions) - A performance by Emma-Jane Pieters, Murray Hines, Basetsana Motloung, Grace Matetoa and Tebatso Molapo

2ND FLOOR

Teaching Teacher - Drawing workshop, 2nd floor

5.30 PM –

Iziko South African National Gallery

Various Rooms

UmHa: I am here to report a crime - A performance directed by Chuma Sopotela, the 2018 Standard Bank Young Artist for Performance Art

The performative intervention in the Gallery will explore movement, sound and ritual, and draws on elements of drama therapy, African spiritual healing and contemporary literatures dealing with these issues to focus on trauma and healing amongst women.

Created By Chuma Sopotela and Cast
Cast: Zanele Siko, Asanda Rilityana and Babalwa Makwethu
Choreography: Lusanda Dayimani
Costume: Chuma Mtshixa

6:00 PM –

Iziko South African Museum

THE COELACANTH EXHIBITION

Celebrate 80 years of the living Coelacanth with Prof. Mike Bruton

MINDSPACE

Hunter Gatherer Food Culture Workshops: PT 1: Hunters

H20 EXHIBITION

Face Painting and Balloon Modelling

THE WHALE WELL

South African Jazz: Mitchell’s Plain Music Academy

Iziko South African National Gallery

Pop-up Photo Studio - Lauren Theunissen assisted by Shanice da Silva

6:15 PM –

Iziko South African Museum

TH BARRY THEATRE

Nature and culture at Robben Island: a marriage made in heaven with Dr Moleboheng Mohapi from RIM

Iziko Slave Lodge

COURTYARD

In conversation with Vanessa Ludwig, Lucy Campbell and Dr. Yvette Abrahams on Slavery, Resilience and the Making of the ‘Strong Woman’ Narrative

6:30 PM –

Iziko South African National Gallery

Room 5

Monique Pelser, a featured artist in Not the Usual Suspects exhibition, performs an unspeakable story which investigates power at the site of her installation I can’t Breath.

7:00 PM –

Iziko South African Museum

TH Barry Theatre

Uniqueness of the Cape Floral Region and the effects of fires in our rare floral heritage – Dr Anina Coetzee from UCT

South African Jewish Museum

Music performances until 9pm

7:30 PM –

Iziko South African National Gallery

Various Rooms

UmHa: I am here to report a crime - A performance directed by Chuma Sopotela, the 2018 Standard Bank Young Artist for Performance Art

The performative intervention in the Gallery will explore movement, sound and ritual, and draws on elements of drama therapy, African spiritual healing and contemporary literatures dealing with these issues to focus on trauma and healing amongst women.

Created By Chuma Sopotela and Cast
Cast: Zanele Siko, Asanda Rilityana and Babalwa Makwethu
Choreography: Lusanda Dayimani
Costume: Chuma Mtshixa

Iziko South African Museum

Whale well

South African Jazz: Mitchell’s Plain Music Academy

Iziko Slave Lodge

Courtyard

Poetry by Diane Ferrus

S.A. Sendinggestig Museum

Main hall

Recital by the Faith Fellowship Quartet

Old Granary Building

Courtyard

Music performance CPYO string quartet

7:45 PM –

Iziko South African Museum

Th barry theatre talks programme

The Impact That Shook the World – Traces of Cosmic Catastrophe in the Vredefort Dome with Prof Roger Gibson from Wits

8:00 PM –

Iziko South African Museum

MINDSPACE

Hunter Gatherer Food Culture Workshops: PT 2: Gatherers – Dr Wallace Vosloo and Team

Whale well

DJ Jarred

8:30 PM –

Iziko South African Museum

TH BARRY THEATRE

How to date a Caveman – Discoveries made at the Cradle of Humankind - Dr Robyn Pickering

9:30 PM –

Iziko South African National Gallery

Various Rooms

UmHa: I am here to report a crime - A performance directed by Chuma Sopotela, the 2018 Standard Bank Young Artist for Performance Art

The performative intervention in the Gallery will explore movement, sound and ritual, and draws on elements of drama therapy, African spiritual healing and contemporary literatures dealing with these issues to focus on trauma and healing amongst women.

Created By Chuma Sopotela and Cast
Cast: Zanele Siko, Asanda Rilityana and Babalwa Makwethu
Choreography: Lusanda Dayimani
Costume: Chuma Mtshixa