Heritage goes on display at Iziko

A free painting workshop allowed visitors to express themselves.PHOTOS: Nigel pamplin/ Iziko
A free painting workshop allowed visitors to express themselves.PHOTOS: Nigel pamplin/ Iziko

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums.

People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September). Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent. Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums.

People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved.

Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent.

Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

Iziko Musuems of South Africa kicked off the in_Herit Festival with a jam-packed programme for Heritage Day yesterday (Monday 24 September).

Marine biology, micro fossils and insect displays brought the “behind-the-scenes-science” to the fore.

Guided tours of the Groot Constantia Manor House, Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum, Castle of Good Hope and Iziko South African Museum, provided a new perspective.

A drumming session; cartoon workshop, jewellery making, mock-fossil dig, fossil casting and painting allowed visitors to get involved. Music and dance performances by community cultural performers the Marimba Jam Trio Group, Rainbow Academy and Our Future Dance Group, showcased local talent. Open to the public was also the iMadiba installation, an artistic recreation of Madiba’s Robben Island cell, and the focal point of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Tata Madiba: Father of our democracy, Father of our Nation.

The in_Herit Festival continues this week (until Sunday 30 September) with free entry to selected museums. People’ Post is the media partner of the in_Herit Festival.

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