Past Events

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Join us as we celebrate Namibian Women Creative with Michelle Isaak.

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Life according to James Barnor offers an interdisciplinary view of the pivotal themes of his work. The exhibition aims to go beyond a rhetorical categorization of 40 years of photography and draws inspiration in particular from James Barnor's final photographs in Ghana in the 70's and 80's. Relatively unexplored, until now, they have emerged as symbols of the accomplishments of his work, characterized by a lightness, a freedom and joie de vivre that are shared by the subject in his photographs.

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We will close off the World Water Day festivities with an exhibition - "Water Security Around the World", A living library, and a Water dance show performed by The [ ] Project company

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B2Gold discovered Kapena while he was sketching in a shopping mall and decided to assist him to advance his career in visual arts. Kapena now draws with pencil and charcoal on paper, creating spectacular life-like images and long lasting memories of and for Namibians from all walks of life.

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The Franco Namibian Culture Centre, joined by the Arts Training School of Mr. Frans Nambinga and the Art School Barbara Böhlke present the exhibition "Art for Joy".

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The University of Namibia’s Visual Arts Section showcase their graduate exhibition.

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An exhibition aimed at raising awareness of about Namibian wildlife.

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A yearly celebration to engage artists, and activists as part of Muafangejo Season.

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A novel take on how deeply poaching should affect us as human beings by Vaughn Riekert.

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Kambezunda Ngavee opens his solo scultpture exhibition at the FNCC.

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Alpheus Mvula exhibits his latest works in the first FNCC outdoor exhibition of 2018.

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Mona Vayda, painter, photographer and writer is a selftaught multidisciplinary artist.

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Annie Olivier, a farm-girl from the Kalahari knows the magnificence of nature and the landscapes her art aims to reflect.

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Sakeus Nghitungumbala's artwork represents the "young black girls" in Namibia.

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Birgitta Volz's work challenges the logical mind.

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EHRA presents its first fundraising exhibition "Saving Desert Elephants through Art".

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Alex Bracht is an experimented painter with years of experiences.

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Discover this tremendous exhibition named Wakpon: museum off the wall.

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“Wired” is a multi-media art installation by Erik Schnack and Madryn Cosburn.

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Artist Rozanne Visagie will show her passion for art through her works in this exhibition.

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